TORONTO – Leaders across Canada are celebrating with Canadian Muslims `Eid Al-Adha which marks the end of hajj, sending greetings and sharing good wishes. “Eid al-Adha is a time to reflect on lessons of sacrifice and to show compassion to those in need,” said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a statement cited by Daily Hive. …
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TORONTO – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has welcomed the holy month of Ramadan with a special message to Muslims in his country and around the world. “Over the coming month [Ramadan], families and friends will gather in mosques and homes, fast during the daytime, and, in the evening, break their fast with iftar and …
TORONTO – The Canadian Council of Imams celebrated 28 years of service to the community at its third annual dinner held on Monday, May 7, in Mississauga. “I would like to offer my thanks to Allah for such a memorable occasion and to show our gratitude to our imams, our masajids, and centers, our wider …
Wading into the debate on Quebec’s burqa ban, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stressed values of religious freedoms, adding that governments should not tell women what to wear.
As thousands of Rohingya Muslims risk death, slavery to escape Burma, Pope Francis has shared prayers for the persecuted minority, condemning atrocities committed by Burma.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined Muslims in the city of Saskatoon to celebrate `Eid and told the audience that Canadians must stand together against racism and Islamophobia.
TORONTO – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has congratulated Muslims on the arrival of `Eid Al-Fitr, praising the richness of the Canadian community’s diversity.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the Muslim Welfare Centre in Toronto on Thursday and took part in their Project Ramadan initiative that assembles food baskets that is distributed to the needy in the city.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated Muslims on the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan, praising Canadian Muslims contributions in making the country great.
Malala Yousafzai, the inspirational Pakistani education activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner who survived a Taliban bullet in 2012, was granted honorary citizenship on Wednesday by the Canadian government.