A ban imposed by Ministry of Communications and Information Technology on 19 Islamic websites in Indonesia has sparked uproar in the world’s most populous Muslim state, and this has led to a campaig
A new fatwa by the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) that criminalizes homosexuality in the world's most populous Muslim state, has drawn mixed reactions, with rights activists seeing it “discriminator
A Uighur Muslim was sentenced to six years in prison by a Kashgar court for growing beard, in a ruling condemned by Xinjiang Muslims as “absurd”.
Living in Australia for one year without a job, an American Muslim journalist warned that unemployment crisis Muslim youth face has been forcing many to radical groups, where they are offered work as
Shocking the devoted Muslim nation, the horrific incident of mob-lynching of an innocent young woman in Kabul over false accusation of burning the Qur’an has raised psychiatrist concerns on the need
A Muslim woman was left shaking in the train after a man attacked her verbally and physically before leaving the station, leaving her traumatized and terrified.
Angry Afghani protesters rallied on Monday, March 23, to condemn the killing of a woman by an angry mob in front of police in the Afghan capital last week for allegedly burning a copy of the Qur’an,
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