Brits wake to yet another terrorist incident, where a 48 year old man drove his van into a group of worshippers as they left the Muslim Welfare House (which is around the corner from Finsbury Park Mosque) in London
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As the hope of finding new survivals in London’s Grenfell tower fire diminishes, the number of victims who lost their lives has sharply increased, as estimates say at least 58 people have died and scores remain missing.
The Muslim community in Little Burgundy, Montreal, have set up a community fridge filled with food to provide those in need during the holy month of Ramadan, inviting people of all faiths to take whatever they might need.
A Qatari hotel has sponsored a fast-a-thon charity event in which it invited non-Muslim expats to experience Ramadan and fast for one day, donating QR200 on behalf of participants to help end hunger in Somalia.
Over the past three weeks in Ramadan, Friday has been celebrated as a special occasion when members of Perth Muslims and Christians come together to enjoy food, conversation and socialize at a local church.
Maintaining their 20-year-old tradition of helping homeless, hundreds of Los Angeles area Muslims are coming together on Sunday, June 18, for the 18th annual Humanitarian Day, providing meals to needy and homeless.
A 24-year-old Muslim youth was praised as a hero after he managed to save his disabled mother from Grenfell fire, carrying her down the stairs for 24 floors.
As I ponder during the remaining nights of Ramadan, I wonder if as a society we will ever return to the Prophetic example of gender inclusion in our mosques in a way that gives everyday British Muslim women the option to visit mosques as regularly as female companions of Prophet Muhammad did.
Remembering late Jo Cox, Nottingham Muslims came together on Thursday, June 15, in a public iftar to remember the pro-immigrants MP who was killed in hate crime last year.
A far-right leader protested on Thursday, June 15, about Islam outside a London mosque, as Muslim community and volunteers from Islamic aid groups gathered inside to help the victims of the Grenfell fire.
Attending several Ramadan iftar in the past, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan hosted earlier this week his first iftar dinner at Manoogian Mansion, welcoming families of Syrian and Sudanese refugees to their new home.