Joining other European countries, Latvia has banned niqab, or full-face hijab, in public, in a decision that will affect only three women in the entire country.
Free hijab, henna painting and Arabic writings have offered students in the University of Michigan a special experience to stand in the shoes of their Muslim colleagues, breaking barriers made by politics.
The National Union of Students (NUS) has elected Malia Bouattiaas president for the next academic year, becoming the first Black female Muslim to head the body since its creation in 1922.
The Association of School and College Leaders has issued guidance for British schools on how best to accommodate pupils who are fasting, offering recommendations to help Muslim students who will be observing the holy month of Ramadan during summer exams.
Paris students are invited on Wednesday, April 20, to don the Islamic hijab for a day, in an attempt to end the stigma around Muslim women and their faith.
American actress Lindsay Lohan who was photographed carrying a copy of the Qur’an last year has confirmed that she is studying the religion, showing a newly found passion for Islam and meditation.
Despite rising Islamophobia across Europe, London could have its first Muslim mayor soon as Sadiq Khan leads the mayoral race to become Europe's second Muslim mayor after Rotterdam in the Netherlands elected the first in 2009.
A proposal by Germany's right-wing party to ban minarets and burkas in the country has sparked angry condemnations from Muslims, seeing it as playing into the hands of anti-Muslim extremists.
Muslim student association in Texas A&M University will be hosting a standup comedy in which comedian Azhar Usman will challenge anti-Muslim prejudice through laughter and personal anecdotes.
As Americans vote in New York’s Primary Day on Tuesday, April 19, Democrat presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders campaign released a powerful ad targeted at the state's 100,000 Muslim voters, tugging at the very heart of Islamophobia and hate promoted by Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
A group involving Muslim and Jewish youth from Ottawa schools has hosted a special event to welcome Syrian Muslim refugees to Canada, the first in a series of events aimed at building bridges in the community.