When the European Commission unveiled its plan for binding refugee resettlement quotas in April 2015, few had expected the governments of ex-communist Member States — which have no Middle Eastern or African immigrant communities to speak of — to warmly embrace the scheme.
Saudi Arabia's Prince Alwaleed has pledged to donate his entire $32 billion to charity and philanthropist projects.
The Muslim community in Malawi has rolled off a project to translate the Holy Qur’an into Yao, a language spoken among 99% of Muslims in the secular, but diverse southern Africa nation and in neighboring countries.
The featuring of a veiled doll with a message equating Muslims with terrorists and extremists is inviting the outrage of the Muslim community in the United States, in the latest sign of rising Islamophobia in the country.
A Texas Muslim student, who wanted to impress his teachers with his homemade clock, was arrested by Dallas police after his school claimed that he tried to make a bomb.
A hijabi senior Muslim student at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, has been crowned Ms. Rutgers in 2015, inspiring Muslim students who don the Islamic veil to prove themselves.
India has opened its first glass mosque and the biggest in the northeast Meghalaya state that is expected to draw hundreds of tourists to the marvelous worshipping house
Cricket Australia have agreed to allow Muslim player Fawad Ahmed to compete without wearing the logo of a beer sponsor on his playing shirt due to his Muslim faith.
Preparing for world cup, a New Zealand rugby Muslim star has said that Islam has made him a new man after a successful spell playing union where he won the World Cup with the All Blacks.
As the Kelantan government prepares to apply hudud law in the north-east Malaysian state, medical specialists involvement in the implementation of the law, such as hand amputation for those convicted of theft, is dividing the country’s medical associations, amid threats of axing doctors who perform them.
Showing true compassion of Islam, Kashmiri Muslims rushed to help Hindu pilgrims after flash floods removed their camps, when they were heading to Amarnath shrine, saving their lives.