Facing accusations of lethargy and cold reporting on the atrocities of the Boko Haram, the Nigerian media has been urged to make professionalism and patriotism their priorities in the reporting of the
As HIV and AIDS continue to wreak havoc in Malawi, the Muslim community in the country has rolled of a micro—finance project to empower Muslim women living with the pandemic in the highly impoverish
Kenya Muslim leaders have stepped up their awareness campaigns to teach the public about Islam and Muslims to respond to increasing curiosity about their faith among the citizens of the African countr
Celebrating the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), thousands of South African Muslims gathered to mark Maulid with massage of peace and love.
Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa denounced on Tuesday Charlie Hebdo’s plans to publish other offensive cartoons depicting Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), rejecting them as unjustified provocation for 1.
As dozens of world leaders rushed to show support to France after Charlie Hebdo attacks which left twelve people killed, a deadly massacre of 2000 people in Nigeria by Boko Haram has almost passed unn
In a disturbing bloody escalation, a leading human rights group has warned that hundreds of bodies have reportedly remained in the bush in Nigeria, after being killed in the “deadliest massacre” i
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