When around forty anti-Muslim protesters crushed the gates of Islam Expo in the Belgium city of Antwerp a young Muslim woman decided to take action to reject their hostility, taking off her camera to take peace selfies.
Fleeing war and fire in their homeland, a group of Syrian refugees in Fredericton, Alberta, are raising money to help victims of the fire in Fort McMurray.
Pope Francis has urged France to respect the right of Muslim women to profess their faith and wear the hijab same as Christians are allowed to wear the cross.
Worshipping Allah side by side, the Muslim community in Northern Ireland has overcome ethnic and sectarian divisions, offering a role model to Muslims worldwide.
Two American Muslim women have opened the country's first Islamic modest fashion store in a Florida mall, brining Islamic fashion closer to Orlando's diverse community.
– In a move expected to increase the number of Muslim students in British universities, the UK government has approved new charitable Shari’ah-complaint loans for Muslim students to increase diversity in campuses.
After the release of a White House video that President Barack Obama was looking for a job after the end of his presidency next January, a Dubai lawyer has offered the American President a job at his law firm to familiarize him with the tolerance of Islam.
A new animation movie telling the story of Prophet Muhammad’s companion Bilal ibn Rabah (may Allah be pleased with him) will be released in cinemas next September, in the first-ever animation movie produced by Arab artists.
An internal review by the BBC Corporation has found that the content broadcasted is too Christian, suggesting giving more airtime to Muslim, Hindu and Sikh faiths.
Aiming to diminish anti-Muslim attitudes in America, Austin churches are taking part of a new banner campaign to show support to their Muslim neighbors and promote mutual understanding between people of different faiths.
Celebrating Britain's multiculturalism, Scottish Muslim politician Humza Yousaf elected to Scottish parliament has delivered his oath of allegiance in Urdu while wearing a kilt.
Performing a song reviving war-time deportations of ethnic Tatars from Ukraine's Crimea peninsula by Soviet dictator Stalin, Ukrainian Muslim Jamala won the Eurovision Song Contest to be met with celebrations across the country.