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11:26, 29 September 2016 Thursday
Art & Culture

15:23, 17 September 2016 Saturday
Turkish aid groups share with Myanmar Muslims for Eid

Officials of IHH and Sadakatasi Foundation, which delivered meat to those in need, express concern for Muslims in Rakhine

14:06, 16 September 2016 Friday
Turkish actor Tarik Akan passes away at 66

The tall romantic lead acted in more than 100 movies in the '70s and '80s

09:20, 14 September 2016 Wednesday
Photos taken in 1884 hajj

Some of the photographies taken from the Dutch ambassador Snouck Hurhrinje in 1884 hajj

10:34, 13 September 2016 Tuesday
Myanmar Muslims combat nationalist pressure on Eid

Slaughter of Eid al-Adha celebrated despite pressure from anti-islamic body led by nationalist monks - albeit under wraps

13:47, 11 September 2016 Sunday
Myanmar to build viewpoints to protect famous old city

Accepts Japanese agency plan to protect 100s of monuments in Bagan damaged in recent earthquake from further erosion

08:22, 09 September 2016 Friday
Warith Deen Muhammad The signature name of American Black's quot

Imam W. Deen Mohammed was an African American Muslim who dedicated his life for the establishment of Muslim life in America and for freedom, justice and equality for Muslims, African Americans and all all people

12:00, 07 September 2016 Wednesday
At 145 Indonesian lays claim to 'world's oldest man'

Grandfather says patience, accepting grace of Allah, and not pursuing unachievable goals among secrets to longevity

10:52, 25 August 2016 Thursday
Japan to host Ottoman miniaturist exhibition

Works of 16th century polymath Matrakci Nasuh go on display in Tokyo

09:10, 21 August 2016 Sunday
The Timeless Beauty Of Afghanistan's Blue Mosque

Afghanistan once attracted thousands of tourists before its decades of war began, and here it is easy to see why.

09:52, 19 August 2016 Friday
Five things to know about Mali's holy sites

Mmasons in Timbuktu use traditional techniques to reconstruct precious mausoleums destroyed in a rebel takeover of northern Mali in 2012.

11:12, 16 August 2016 Tuesday
Islam in Japan Before 1900

With the beginning of the era of Japanese Renaissance, known as the era of Meiji, started in 1868, only two countries in Asia enjoyed independence, namely the Ottoman Empire and Japan.

08:23, 05 August 2016 Friday
World's oldest library in Morocco opens

Fatima Al-Fihri, the founder of the worlds oldest library, challenged stereotypes and misconceptions that women were not influential in creating keystone heritage sites and centers for learning in Muslim civilization.

11:04, 30 July 2016 Saturday
Ottoman aid to the Irish during the Great Famine

During the Great Famine in Ireland,160 years ago, the Ottoman Empire sent £1,000 sterling - equal to $1,052,000 today - and 3 shiploads of food to Drogheda, Ireland

10:03, 15 July 2016 Friday
The Muslim explorer who you should have learned in school

We must not forget our heroes!

09:42, 15 July 2016 Friday
Being Muslim and Korean

This is a combination that suprises many.

09:17, 15 July 2016 Friday
Horseback library serves Indonesia's remote readers

Ridwan Sururi has taken on a new way to promote reading to Indonesia's villages by bringing books to readers

15:21, 13 July 2016 Wednesday
Common rhythms and songs unite Greeks and Turks

Turkish and Greek music present many similarities from style to instruments and lyrics

14:42, 09 July 2016 Saturday
Europe's Muslim Heritage exhibition in London

To be held at the London Muslim Center, an exhibition that traces Muslim heritage in Europe will coincide with the 21st anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, the greatest atrocity since the Second World War



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