Thinking of getting married in France? Think again you might be expected to wave the French flag.
Ramadan will start on or around the evening of April 13 and will be observed by hundreds of millions of Muslims worldwide.
France appears set to make the lives of Muslim women harder with additional laws on what they are allowed to wear.
The proposal, part of an “anti-separatism” bill introduced by President Emmanuel Macron that targets the Muslim community, follows an amendment that will ban girls under age of 18 from wearing a hijab in public spaces.
A royal procession thousands of years in the making.
The persecuted Muslim group doesn’t have a Rohingya translation of Islam’s holiest book.
Compared to four years ago, Zakat funds increased in record numbers last year, helping more than two million refugees across the world, according to UNHCR.
Emmanual Macron’s government ramps up anti-Muslim rhetoric as presidential elections approach.
In the latest salvo against the country's minorities, Denmark will cap the number of "non-Western" people in neighbourhoods.
When the Austrian government carried out raids on the Muslim community towards the end of last year, children bore the brunt of it. Now they are living with the psychological fallout.
The decision is the latest move affecting the Indian Ocean island nation's minority Muslims that make up about 9 per cent of the country's 22 million population.
A broad coalition of human rights organisations call on the EU president to ensure that France respects the rule of law when dealing with its Muslim population.
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