Indonesia Sees $1.6 Billion Windfall from Halal Labeling

Indonesia is set to make halal labeling mandatory for consumer products and services this year with the government assuming greater control of the certifying process from the Muslim-majority nation’s Islamic cleric council.

Martyrdom anniversary of Lady Fatima al-Zahra marked in India

Under the sponsorship of the office of the Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Sadiq al-Husseini al-Shirazi, may Allah prolong his life, in the city of Lucknow in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India witnessed the commemoration of Fatimiya days.

Tyre burnt inside heritage mosque; FIR filed, ASI probes

Police registered A First Information Report FIR against unknown persons on Tuesday after a tyre was burnt inside the premises of Jama Masjid, one of the 114 monuments listed by the Baroda Heritage Trust, in Champaner, India.

Dutch former anti-Muslim MP converts to Islam

A Dutch former far-right MP and right-hand man of anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders has set tongues wagging in the Netherlands after revealing he has converted and become a Muslim, news reports said Tuesday.

World Hijab Day marked in Ireland

Muslim women living in Ireland marked the seventh World Hijab Day, which aims to challenge stereotypes and shatter boundaries.

SRW publishes its monthly report

Shia Rights Watch International Organization published its latest monthly report of the anti-Shia movements between December 25 and January 25, 2019.

UN urges Myanmar to enact Annan's counsel on Rohingya

The United Nations (UN) has urged Myanmar to implement the recommendations of a panel on the Rohingya crisis that was led by a former UN head, the late Kofi Annan, including ensuring freedom of movement and access to education for children from the persecuted Muslim minority.

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