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02:07, 05 May 2016 Thursday
Art & Culture

11:41, 02 April 2016 Saturday
Possible second Viking settlement discovered in Canada

Potential Vikings site in North America spotted from space

09:57, 03 March 2016 Thursday
World's oldest library in Morocco to reopen in May

The ancient al-Qarawiyyin Library in Fez, founded in 859 by a woman, is the oldest working library in the world, holding ancient manuscripts that date as far back as 12 centuries and will reopen in May after a major renovation.

10:45, 26 February 2016 Friday
Simon amp Schuster to include Muslim themed imprint

The absence of Muslim characters in children's books will take a new turn with publishing house Simon & Schuster to include a

09:54, 25 February 2016 Thursday
Oldest medieval Muslim graves in Europe found

Three Muslim graves have recently been discovered in Nimes, France and the rituali burial show cultural diversity in early medieval France.

11:19, 18 February 2016 Thursday
Muslim artists' tile work graces Buenos Aires metro station

Independencia metro station becomes home to 900-year-old Andalusia motifs

13:05, 10 February 2016 Wednesday
New York Public Library digital collections revives Turkish photos

The New York Public Library’s Digital Collections has recently made more than 187,000 digitized, public-domain items more easily accessible in the highest resolution available.

12:06, 10 February 2016 Wednesday
The Hijab wearing Barbie

A new Barbie doll for mini Hijab fashion has taken social media off spectacularly with pictures of the doll with full-length dresses, veils and flowing abayas were posted by 24-year-old medical science student Haneefa Adam.

16:42, 08 February 2016 Monday
Strange Days' show set to kick off

The show comprises the pieces of an idea that represents the desire of every individual living and working in a city

09:01, 08 February 2016 Monday
Locals ride cart over frozen lake in Turkey

Lake Cildir in Turkey has an elevation of 1,900ft and is surrounded by a mountainous region

09:02, 05 February 2016 Friday
The Muslims who saved Jews from the Holocaust

A campaign has been launched in order to recognize people from various backgrounds who have supported each other irrespective of cultural and religious backgrounds. Abdol Hossein Sardari is one such Muslim who risked his life to rescue thousands of Jews during the Holocaust

10:37, 02 February 2016 Tuesday
4 000 yr old Minoan shipwreck found in Turkish waters

A 4,000 year old shipwreck belonging to the Minoan civilization has been found in Turkish waters along with 20 submerged harbors and architectural remains, 25 berthages and over 400 anchors dating from the Bronze Age to the Ottoman period.

14:50, 30 January 2016 Saturday
Stolen Picasso painting recovered in Istanbul

Month-long sting leads to police recovering Woman Dressing her Hair, stolen from collector in New York

12:31, 30 January 2016 Saturday
Rebirth of Tuareg women-only musical tradition in Algeria

In ancient belief, men playing a single-stringed violin are cursed, with the instrument making a comeback amongst the Tuareg women in Algeria

10:32, 28 January 2016 Thursday
Iran signs co-op document with Louvre museum

Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Louvre, one of the world’s largest museums

20:58, 27 January 2016 Wednesday
A Chinese Emperor's poem about Prophet Muhammad

Hong Wu a Chinese Emperor in the fourteenth century who built mosques as well as having an army inclusive of several Muslim generals

08:12, 19 January 2016 Tuesday
Istanbul imam opens mosque door for homeless cats

With the onset of winter in Istanbul, stray animals more than ever need a warm place to stay. Imam Mustafa Efe has ordered the administration staff of his mosque to keep their doors open to keep them warm.

16:22, 17 January 2016 Sunday
Particles could unravel secrets of Egypt pyramids

An international team of researchers have said on Sunday that analysis will soon begin on cosmic particles collected inside Egypt's Bent Pyramid that could provide insight as to how it they were built.

07:51, 01 January 2016 Friday
The amazing survival of the Baltic Muslims

The Baltic Muslims have been in Lithuania for more than 600 years growing despite the religious strife of the Middle Ages when the Moors were being driven out of Spain



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