Ramadan marks the time that Prophet Mohammed started receiving revelations from the Muslim holy book, the Quran.
The Month of Mercy and Giving is a month of both activism and devotion.
In the vicinity of deserts, where food and water sources were scarce, the first Muslims in Medina learned to fast all day long under Prophet Muhammad’s guidance.
Uttar Pradesh chief Yogi Adityanath is a radical Hindu cleric who could one day lead the world’s second-most populous country with an iron fist.
With the pandemic slowing down, this year Muslims are likely to return to their Ramadan rituals such as long communal prayers and iftars.
The British-Sudanese author's writing deeply resonates with diasporic Muslims, particularly Muslim women who feature in her books as central characters.
The framing of mental health and psychology in terms of national security cannot be divorced from the wider discussions on race or the increasing management of mental health services through the state apparatus.
UN-adopted resolution was introduced by Pakistan and marks the day when an Australian gunman killed 51 Muslim worshippers and wounded 40 others in 2019 New Zealand terror attacks.
A university in the German metropolis Munich had asked two Muslim students to remove their headscarves during an online exam despite law protecting religious freedom, the move sparked an outcry.
A landmark report details the sweeping executive powers that have led to Muslim civil society being systematically monitored, investigated and sanctioned by the French state.
Sarah Asmeta, a 30-year-old French-Syrian lawyer, who challenged the rule set by the Bar Council of Lille, says she is contemplating taking her fight to the European Court of Human Rights.
Tensions rise in India as the Karnataka state officials seek to ban women from wearing the hijab in schools.
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