Leader of the Australian Muslim community have urged unity to combat rising fears of their faith as well as Islamophobic "attack on Islam".
Protesting French ban on burkini, some thirty beach-goers in Brittany, northern France, took to the sea fully clothed on Sunday, after a video emerged showing a veil-wearing Muslim woman being asked to leave the beach in Nice.
As Canadian Muslims enjoyed the events of the annual MuslimFest in Mississauga, their kids were beaming with excitement in a drawing workshop in which they explored their Muslim superheroes.
As world Muslims anticipate `Eid Al-Adha, the coincidence that one of their most important holidays could fall on Sept. 11 is fretting many American Muslims, who have been experiencing increasing hate recently.
Defending women's right to wear what they want, an Auckland-based swimwear designer has included burkinis for the first time in New Zealand Fashion week, as tensions increase surrounding the Muslim-friendly swimwear.
`Eid Al Adha is expected to start on Sunday, September 11, the Fiqh Council of North America (FQNA) has announced, citing astronomical calculations and awaiting the final confirmation of Sunday’s sighting of Dhul-Hijjah moon.
Amid increasing anti-Muslim hostility in France, a video showing a restaurateur in a Paris suburb apparently refusing to serve two Muslim women has sparked anger in France and calls for protest.
A Minnesota church is hosting a fundraising event to help their Muslim neighbors re-open their mosque which was destroyed in fire in 2013.
A leading American Muslim organization has hosted an open day in the park to offer students preparing to get back to school on Monday new supplies, the event planned to break barriers and stereotypes.
Manchester United and Belgian national team star Marouane Fellaini has been hailed after rushing to the aid of a supporter who was crushed during the team's celebrations in Saturday's match.
Following the suit of their sisters in the US and UK, Danish Muslim women held the first woman-led Friday prayer this week in Copenhagen, a move declared to challenge the so-called "patriarchal structures within religious institutions."