The centuries-old monument that became a symbol of Istanbul after the Ottoman conquest in 1453 was restored and has started serving the public as a mosque again since July 24, 2020.
Multiple claims by far-right Hindu groups over at least six religious sites in India has triggered fears of a re-run of the Babri Masjid incident across the country.
At least 33 people have been killed and 43 others wounded in the blast in a Sunni mosque in the city.
With the pandemic slowing down, this year Muslims are likely to return to their Ramadan rituals such as long communal prayers and iftars.
The court’s decision was a step against the “unfair” closure of mosques in France recently, said Sefen Guez Guez, lawyer of the association of the Al Farouk Mosque.
The number of new mosques built in different countries does not balance the world's rising Muslim population.
At least 15 people wounded in an explosion at a mosque in Spin Ghar district of Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province.
We look at how people in major cities around the world are celebrating the religious holiday that draws a line under a month of fasting and special prayers.
Against a regular drumbeat of anti-Muslim rhetoric by the country's political class, Muslims increasingly bear the brunt as places of worship become unsafe.
Muslims in several parts of India turn mosques and Islamic schools into Covid-19 care facilities to aid patients as the country's healthcare system is overwhelmed with rising cases.
A group of far-right activists attacked and defaced a mosque in Limassol, Greek Cyprus, drawing a cross, and writing 'death to all Turks' on its walls.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern apologises after report says country’s security apparatus inappropriately focused on Muslims at the time when a white supremacist attacked two Christchurch mosques, killing 51 worshipers.
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