World Bulletin / News Desk
The first German Muslim woman with Palestinian roots, Sawsan Chebli started her role as deputy spokeswoman for the German Foreign Ministry on Monday.
During the government press conference in Berlin, Chebli introduced herself and explained that her work as a deputy spokeswoman had officially begun.
Chebli said that she worked for 6 years at the parliament of Germany (Bundestag) but she had little experience as a press spokeswoman. She said that she was happy with her new post and underlined, "I hope that someday, that religion or ethnicity will be not in the foreground and will be perceived as normal."
It is expected that Chebli will be deputy spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry for four years.
A letter condemning attacks on Muslims is published on internet.
Turkey's Department of Religious Affairs head Mehmet Gormez said Turkey is planning to establish the university as a supprtive choice not an alternative to Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt.
The victim had her head bashed into the wall of the train a number times by an unknown woman who was shouting abuse before being pushed off the train.
Russian police said that they arrested 30 people involved in the incident on the grounds that they attacked the police.
Husain Abdullah was flagged for 'unsportsmanlike conduct' for performing the Islamic prostration as a touchdown celebration.
Behavior that spoils the pilgrimage atmosphere will be totally prevented, Saudi Interior Minister Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz said.
Lindsey Van Gele said she converted to Islam when she married Belgian footballer Mamoutou N’Diaye, who is originally from Mali.
Qatar women’s basketball team returned home from South Korea after being told they could not wear head scarves while competing.
Meetings between the religious leaders of Cyprus have become a regular opportunity to encourage dialogue between the two major religious groups on the island - Muslims and Christians - as the the Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot governments seek to resolve the Cyprus dispute.
Calling the ISIL group's interpretation of Islam illegitimate and perverse, the letter issued in Arabic and English slams their use of torture, slavery, forced conversions, the denial of rights for women and children, and the killing of innocents as tactics in war.
Airports have become a flashpoint of the increased security, and many Muslims say they are being singled out for lengthy and extensive searches. Four mosques had received bomb threats in recent days, and Muslim woman attacked on streets
The players refused to remove their headscarves, saying it violated their religious beliefs and they wanted to send a strong message to the sport's governing federation that the ban was unfair.
The mosques are not just offering information about Islam to non-Muslims, but also to Muslims as well, allowing them to familiarize themselves better with the true teachings of their religion.
The documents which belong to the family of Egyptian architect Fahmy Moemen Bey, who was commissioned to design the expansion of the mosque, had been kept for 60 years.
Germany’s Muslim community held rallies in 2,000 mosques across country in protest against ISIL and growing racist attacks.