World Bulletin / News Desk
An orphanage established by a Turkish charity is now home to dozens of Rohingya's Muslim children who had lost their parents in Myanmar's religious violence.
The orphanage, set up by the Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief, is located on the Bangladeshi side of the border with Myanmar, and it shelters nearly 50 orphans.
The children are taught English, math, Bengali, Kor'an and hadith, or Prophet Muhammad's words.
The orphanage consists of a classroom, three dormitories, a cafeteria, and a prayer room.
Children play football in their spare times as little Arakanese take an afternoon nap.
Suhaib Webb is an American Muslim imam who is currently the imam of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center
Largest Muslim body warns against radicalism, addresses tensions mounting before 2017 Jakarta gubernatorial election
Imam of capital's Grand Mosque says 'tiny' community gets little financial support
Smithsonian exhibition includes 47 handwritten Qurans from Turkey
Ishaq intended to travel from France to Makkah on foot.
The story of Sheikh Yusuf, who went to Arabia at a tender young age never to return to his homeland, turning these far lands into his 'own Macassar', has a lot of deep wisdom
Whilst pilgrimage in these times are comfortable, pilgrims in the Ottoman period was nothing less than a three month journey with much sacrifice and one of seven traditional routes used in the journey
Phadungsat Mosque in southern tourist area of Phuket built with Saudi Arabian donation of $35,000
Salahudin Ayyubi was a fighter who was freed in Jerusalem of the crusaders, he was a living example of the tolerant, progressive, and inclusive faith which was so dear to his heart. By showing restraint and peaceful treatment, Salahuddin was upholding the central tenets of Islam such as freedom of religion and protection of non-Muslims.
Talk about Muslims of Gujarat and pictures of genocide of 2002 come to mind. How is that Muslims, who have lived and shaped Gujarati identity for over a millennium, are now living on the fringe of Gujarati society?
Muslims around the world will be marking the first month of the Islamic calendar, also known as Hijri New Year, the second holiest month in the religion's calendar following Ramadan
The story of how this came about is far from simple, and much research needs to be done before its details are completely understood, but the broad outlines are clear.
According to current estimate, there are fewer Muslims of all ages in the U.S. than there are Jews by religion (5.7 million) but more than there are Hindus (2.1 million) and many more than there are Sikhs.
All I have done is try to be a good Muslim, and it’s great to be recognised on such a prestigious list for doing so!
Muslim leaders in Africa call for peace and perseverance on Eid al-Adha amidst war and economic hardships
Fellow Muslims across Asia spent the day slaughtering livestock, giving charity to the poor and visiting relatives on Islam's second-holiest holiday.