UK Muslims mark Successful Charity Day

Hundreds of Muslims throughout the UK carried out community activities, from litter picking to visiting hospitals and making food packages, to mark Sadaqa Day, or charity day which was first organized in 2015.

ISIS plans to target Shia shrines in India

The ISIS-inspired module, that was busted recently, has revealed that several plans had been hatched to target Shia shrines in India, investigations have found.

Tennessee Festival showcases Muslim diversity

In a bid to foster and strengthen the relationships between the diverse communities of Memphis, American Muslims organized a special festival, which introduced Islam and Muslim culture to the public.

Muslims slam European Court Hijab ruling

Muslim groups and organizations worldwide have slammed Tuesday’s ruling by the European Court of Justice, which allows employers to ban the wearing of visible religious symbols, such as headscarves and other religious signs, warning that it will normalize anti-Muslim discrimination. 

Social Network


Name (*)

Invalid Input
Email (*)

Invalid Input