As the number of Mogadishu bombing casualities increases, shocking details are revealing about the victims who were killed in the deadliest assault the country has ever witnessed.
Imams and Scholars have condemned the latest Somalia attack, which was described as the worst attack in the country to date with at least 276 deaths.
Responding to a devastating attack that killed and injured hundreds of people in Somalia’s Mogadishu, a UK-based charity has launched a fundraising campaign to support victims of the tragedy.
As Muslims around the globe observe Ramadan, hundreds of thousands of families in the Horn of Africa face a growing risk of mass deaths from starvation due to a disastrous combination of droughts, and entrenched conflict. While families share Ramadan blessings with their loved ones, millions continue to live in the region in unbearable circumstances; …
More than 23 million people are facing the risk of famine in Yemen and Somalia, according to figures by the United Nations. Aid agencies estimate that a total of 6.8 million people in Yemen are deemed to be in a state of emergency – one step from famine on the five-point integrated food security phase classification (IPC), …
As Somalia suffers from another famine, the internet is coming together to help the people in the Somali peninsula, thanks to a campaign started by snapchat celebrity Jerome Jarre.
Two Somali and Pakistani Muslim couples have offered a lesson on true Islamic manners, choosing to donate the money dedicated to their lavish wedding ceremonies to charities and needy people.
As a severe drought deepens in Somalia, millions of people are left at the risk of famine in the war-torn country. Somali authorities declared that at least 110 people have died of hunger over a two-day span in one region because of the drought. Humanitarian agencies reports have also alluded to the worrying similarities, especially the …
Twin daughters of Somali refugees are working to fulfill their life dream of becoming doctors in Salt Lake, Utah, while standing at the front line to speak out for refugees amid rising hostility in the US.
Coming to Canada 14 years ago as a refugee, Canadian Muslim MP Ahmed Hussen was elected on Tuesday, January 10, as the country’s first cabinet minister born in Somalia.