The minority Muslim community in Malawi has said it will oppose any proposed legislation that would limit number of children per family, seen as an attempt to control Muslim population boom in the sou
Joining debates on the Nigerian army’s failure to curb Boko Haram advance, Nigeria’s most senior Muslim leader has accused the army’s handling of the military group as "unfortunate, worrisome an
Kenyan Muslims are battling to ease the upsurge of inter-religious tension in the country, following a recent devastating attack by the Al Shabaab militant group as well as raids and closure of mosque
Electing their president for the first time after 2011 revolution, millions of Tunisians turned out in celebratory atmosphere, with exit polls showing the North African country heading to a runoff.
Millions of Tunisians headed to polling stations early on Sunday, November 23, to cast ballots in the country's first post-revolution presidential elections, amid fears of the old regime reemergence a
As debate to legalize homosexuality rages on, a group of young Malawian Muslims have embarked on a drive to sensitize the country’s young Muslim population on its consequences to humanity and Islam.
As the Kenyan police escalates its crackdown on the mosques of the portal city of Mombasa, several mosques have been deserted after being closed by the security forces, fueling more tension in the coa
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