Suicide Bombers Attack Borno Mosque, One Dead, Many Injured

Despite the efforts to curb the activities of Boko Haram terrorist in the northeastern Nigeria, two suicide bombers stormed a mosque in Sulimanti ward of Maiduguri, the Borno state capital this morning. Many were reportedly injured but a bomber was the only death casualty at the scene of the incident, report says.

Fire in Myanmar camp for displaced Muslims injures dozens

A fire broke out on Tuesday in a camp for internally displaced Muslims in Myanmar's Rakhine State, destroying shelters where about 2,000 people had lived and injuring about 14 of them, the United Nations said.

Nigerian army frees 400 Boko Haram hostages

The Nigerian army said on Monday it had rescued another 400 hostages from Boko Haram hideouts in the country's northeast as troops intensified clearance operations across areas reportedly still inhabited by militants. 

CBSE appeal against Hijab order quashed

The Indian high court on Friday dismissed an appeal filed by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) challenging its single judge's order granting permission to Muslim girls to wear the hijab, a customary religious dress, while appearing for All India Pre-Medical Test-2016.

Muslims Fight Hunger in Alabama

In a bid to change the wrong narrative on Islam, American Muslim groups will join hands later this week to help the needy in Alabama, volunteering for National Soup Kitchen Day.

Muslim theology faculties develop an ‘Islam for Germany

While Germany’s politicians are loudly debating whether Islam is compatible with democracy, five of its state universities are quietly developing pioneering new Islamic theology faculties to try to ensure that it is.

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