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Irish Technology Institute to Mark World Hijab Day - About Islam

Irish Technology Institute to Mark World Hijab Day

A Technology institute in Waterford, south-east of Ireland, will be hosting a special cultural event to mark the World Hijab Day next February 1, inviting students to don the hijab and chat with successful Muslim women who wear the Islamic attire.

Dublin Imam Urges Irish Families to Host Refugees - About Islam

Dublin Imam Urges Irish Families to Host Refugees

The imam of Dublin mosque urged the Irish families on Friday, January 13, to help the newly-arrived Syrian refugees to integrate in the society, a few hours before a special welcome event at the Islamic center.

Muslims Top Education Levels in Ireland - About Islam

Muslims Top Education Levels in Ireland

A new research has found that Muslims in Ireland are better educated than general population, achieving the highest average of years of schooling in the European country.

Irish Muslims Want Government Engagement - About Islam

Irish Muslims Want Government Engagement

Leaders of the Irish Muslim community have urged the government to become more engaged in their fight against radicalization, rising concerns over recent deportation pledges by the Irish Minister for Justice and Equality.

No Adhan on Irish TV During Ramadan - About Islam

No Adhan on Irish TV During Ramadan

The Irish national television (RTÉ) has turned down calls by a prominent Muslim scholar in Ireland to broadcast a call to prayer at iftar time during the holy fasting month of Ramadan.

Irish Muslims Overcome Sectarianism - About Islam

Irish Muslims Overcome Sectarianism

Worshipping Allah side by side, the Muslim community in Northern Ireland has overcome ethnic and sectarian divisions, offering a role model to Muslims worldwide.

Claimed ISIL Flyers Spread Hate: Irish Muslims - About Islam

Claimed ISIL Flyers Spread Hate: Irish Muslims

The distribution of leaflets misquoting the Qur’an in church newsletters has triggered criticism from Irish Muslim leaders, who condemned them as a “deliberate attempt” to spread anti-Muslim hatred.



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