Scores of Muslim youth have volunteered on Christmas night to protect Christians in Nigeria’s north-western state of Kaduna during the late night mass, an effort appreciated by the church pastors.
As the expansions of the Grand Mosque are about to be completed, Saudi Hajj Ministry announced that pilgrim quotas for each country will increase starting from next hajj season, stressing that 2015 has witness the last cut in the number of pilgrims.
A ban on using loudspeakers during Muslims’ adhan, or call to prayers, has been raising controversies among Mumbai Muslim leaders amid arguments that mosques are using illegal loudspeakers.
In a gesture of goodwill, a leading British Muslim organization has released Christmas cards, congratulating the public on the festive season and assuring them that Muslims do not want to ban Christmas.
Fulfilling the religious needs of its Muslim minority, the southern Italian island of Sicily will build a grand mosque to help Muslims perform their prayers.
When Jason Leger went to a rally against Islam outside Phoenix mosque, he did not imagine he would walk out as a new man with new thoughts about the religion he hates most.
A new census found that Islam is the fastest-growing religion in Britain and Wales.
The Brazil 2014 World Cup kicked off earlier this week with an abundance of Muslim players dotting the football landscape. Being an integral part of football, Muslim players starring in their different teams from across the globe in the month-long tournament are expected to draw much attention of spectators with special performance.
As Brazil prepares to host FIFA World Cup football tournament that would run from June 12 to July 13, 2014, dozens of Muslim players have been listed to take part in this summer's international games.
French international footballer who plays in the English Premier League and the France national team has expressed concerns over growing Islamophobia and anti-Muslim sentiments in France, warning that it has become more difficult to be a Muslim in France.
With drumbeats getting louder for Brazil World Cup, international teams are putting their final touches on their squads to compete for the most coveted tournament in the world. Shining in their teams, dozens of Muslim players have been listed to take part in this summer's international games.