Elderly Palestinian Repairs Quran Copies Voluntarily

Hisham Barzeq is a 68-year-old Palestinian man who has a small room in one of the mosques in Gaza where he repairs damaged copies of the Holy Quran for free.

Canadian City Funds Anti-Hate Initiatives Following Afzaal Family Tragedy

A new initiative to stamp out hate and Islamophobia in an Ontario city has received a warm welcome from Muslim community advocates, who still mourn the loss of four Muslims who were killed by a driver...

Three Killed As Tensions Continue in Ethiopia over Mosque Demolitions

Tensions continue in Ethiopia over a controversial plan to demolish mosques in the country, with three people killed in the latest clashes on Friday.

Groups Demand White House Apology Following Muslim Mayor’s Disinvitation

The White House faced a demand for an apology from a coalition of over 40 advocacy groups after it abruptly canceled the invitation of a Muslim American mayor to an Eid event.
Sheikh Qassim Underlines Bahraini Nation’s Steadfastness

Sheikh Qassim Underlines Bahraini Nation’s Steadfastness

Top Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim reacted to the recent execution of two Bahraini youths in Saudi Arabia, saying such moves could not undermine the Bahraini nation’s resolve.
03 Jun 2023, 11:59
Religious Activities
Millions of Muslims Flock to Saudi Arabia for Hajj

Millions of Muslims Flock to Saudi Arabia for Hajj

Mecca, the holiest city in Islam, welcomes millions of Muslims who embark on the annual Hajj pilgrimage, a sacred obligation for every Muslim who has the means and the health to do so.
03 Jun 2023, 13:19