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Saudi female officers allowed to guard Islam’s holiest sites for first time

Inspired by her late father's career, Mona has decided to join the military and the first group of Saudi women soldiers to work in...

Taliban in ‘defence status’ during Afghan Eid holiday

The Taliban said Wednesday they would fight only to defend themselves over the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, but stopped short of declaring a...

Sharjah Islamic Bank’s net profit up 15% in first half

Sharjah Islamic Bank on Saturday announced an increase in its operating profit before provisions by 25.6 per cent, amounting to Dh417.3 million for the...

Islam’s Holiest City Offers Visitors Ample History through Sites, Exhibits

Besides being Islam’s holiest city, Makkah offers visitors a variety of historically captivating sites tied to the birth of the Islamic faith. Devout pilgrims...

King, Queen call on Muslims to be patient in celebrating Aidiladha

Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah and Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah has expressed hope that the...

Defining moderate Islam: Muslims and Evangelicals forge an alliance

A major Muslim and Evangelical organization joined forces this week to significantly advance hitherto state-backed ceremonial inter-faith dialogues that seldom go beyond platitudes and...

India bans sacrificial animal slaughter on Muslim festival in Kashmir

Local administration invokes animal welfare laws, banning slaughter, transport of sacrificial animals. Slaughter of cows, calves and camels on Muslim festival Eid al-Adha has been...

Muslims in Miramichi invite people to tour mosque, ask questions about Islam

The Miramichi Islamic Centre will open its doors to everyone tonight for a full tour of the city mosque. The event is being held by the Miramichi Regional...

Muslims Warn New Hijab Sacking Law Could Spark Islamophobia

The European Court of Justice – the EU’s highest court – ruled that businesses were allowed to require employees to remove items of religious...

Employers Can Ban Muslim Veils at Work, Top EU Court Rules

Right-wing politicians across the European Union are cheering the Thursday morning decision against religious insignia. The EU’s top court ruled on Thursday that companies can ban their...

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