Kicked off last year, a Philadelphia project created to raise awareness about Muslim women's issues has been offering a space for Muslim women to address their issues while raising awareness about stereotypes toward them.
Britain's teachers’ union has demanded the withdrawal of government’s Prevent strategy to identify children at risk of radicalization, saying it was stigmatizing Muslim students who were left afraid of discussing controversial issues in class.
In a show of unity against terrorism, Belgian Muslim religious leaders have joined other faith groups in a cathedral service attended by Brussels bombing survivors and rescuers to mourn those killed in last week attack.
Building bridges among different communities, the Muslim community in Memphis has hosted MusliMeMfest to strengthen the relationship between the diverse peoples of Memphis and Shelby County and spread more information on Islamic culture.
A Spanish far-right group has posted images on social media showing its members lighting flares in an area across Madrid mosque, in a clear threat to the safety of the Muslim community.
Muslim women participating in a peace vigil to pay tributes to victims of Brussels attack have been deliberately targeted and intimidated by far-right protesters who were making Nazi salutes.
Because of the continual shift to a more culturally plural society, diversity and inclusion is increasingly significant in the United States, where qualified nurses who can administer care with cultural sensitivity are especially important to the growing Muslim populations in the United States.
Paying back to their new chosen homes, a big number of refugees have volunteered to help save communities from dangerous bushfires, in an area facing a shortage of fire-fighting volunteers.
Offering hot meals to thousands of refugees in the Turkish border town of Kilis, the Presidency of Religious Affairs has inaugurated a mobile kitchen and bakery as part of its new campaign to help refugees.
For centuries, two Muslim families in Palestine have been taking care of Christians' most sacred site in Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem), setting an example of peaceful coexistence in the city of peace.
Canadian Muslims celebrated the achievements of community members at the inaugural MAX Gala, the Muslim Awards for Excellence, held on March 24 at Toronto’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
Affected by ongoing hateful rhetoric in US presidential primaries, a leading Islamic charity which has been providing help to disaster-stricken areas in the US over the past five year, is being met by suspicion from people rejecting its help in flood-hit Louisiana.