A Muslim cleric who works for Islamic Humanitarian Assistance in CAR said that Muslims in the country wanted to live in peace with their Christian neighbors.
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Representatives of religious groups from the UK visited the Memorial Center Potocari and prayed together for all the victims of the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Last week, Yusuf al-Qaradawi resigned from Al-Azhar's most authoritative body to protest Tayeb's support for the army's July 3 ouster of Morsi.
Residents of the Arab village in Israel have declared a general strike to protest a "price tag" attack on a local mosque.
Fox News incited Islamophobic fears in its reporting on a weekly swim class at a YMCA facility that ensures the privacy of Muslim girls learning to swim, framing it as evidence that "Sharia law is now changing everything."
"As Muslims we acknowledge the sacrifices Mandela has made," Salim Hajat, the imam of Jaame Masjid in Benoni.
A mosque in the Israeli Arab town of Baqa Al-Gharbiya was vandalized with anti-Islamic graffiti before dawn on Sunday.
The Edmonton Police Services has approved a design for a hijab headscarf for female officers of Muslim faith.
Turkey's head of Religious Affairs, Mehmet Gormez, participated in the opening ceremony of the Ayyub Sultan Mosque constructed in Mali's Bomako city.
The Al-Aqsa Mosque has seen increased raids by Jewish settlers recently.
The South African Muslim Network (SAMNET) released a statement following the death of South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela.
The Japanese government in the province of Osaka are teaching merchants how to cater for Muslim tourists.
Rohingya Muslims who flee their homes to escape persecution in Myanmar are being sold to human traffickers in Thailand.
A stabbing incident at Melbourne's Turkish Islamic Cultural Centre left one worshipper dead and two injured.
The EDL surrounded a mosque in Portsmouth after rumors spread that young men from the mosque had gone to fight in Syria.
The experts warned that UK government proposals could lead to attacks on Muslims.
An abattoir in Norway will produce halal reindeer meat for the first time.
Mark Camilleri, a Maltese historian, has accused the government of attempting to hide the island's 600-year Islamic history.
Yusuf Al-Qaradawi has been an outspoken critic of Morsi's ouster and repeatedly chastised Egypt's new military-backed rulers.
Traditional Islamic madrassas (seminaries) in India's West Bengal state have been becoming increasingly popular among local Hindu students.
Antie Jackelen, Sweden’s new and first ever female archbishop, described the source of the abuse as "nationalism and an incredibly great fear and hatred of Islam."