Around 20 shanties including mosques have been gutted by the fire while the blaze spread to more than one hundred tents in the country's southern district of Cox's Bazar, according to Ukhia News.
This year celebrations for the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan will be muted as lockdowns remain in place for many countries and the risk of new waves of coronavirus remains high.
Experts say Islamic guidelines on epidemics, going back to the time of the Prophet Muhammad, can help people cope with Covid-19.
In countries like India and Israel Muslims are being scapegoated for the spread of Covid-19.
Ramadan instructs Muslims across the world to help each other, and this year it couldn't come any sooner.
The World Health Organization says either cremation or burial are appropriate means to deal with victims of the Covid-19 pandemic, but Sri Lanka insists on only one.
Uniting to support communities and help contain the coronavirus, these Muslims from all walks of life are offering support across the world.
WhatsApp rumours about impending cremations spread like wildfire among British Muslims, but community groups are making clear they have no basis in reality.
With its roots in colonial rule, anti-Muslim rhetoric is being used by French politicians to tap up potential voters.
Mosques, targeted by far-right Hindu mobs in riot-hit neighbourhoods of capital New Delhi, opened for weekly Friday prayers, as police arrested over 500 in connection with religious violence.
Thousands of people gathered for vigils across Germany after an attack that came amid mounting concern about far-right extremism.
Some 70 people were involved in the initial brawl on the outskirts of the Masanchi village, close to the Kazakh-Kyrgyz border.
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