Facing mass arrests coupled with state-sponsored torture, thousands of Rohingya Muslims have fled Burma on flimsy wooden boats, heading to neighboring countries, escaping a catalogue of human rights v
The controversy of touching and patting dogs in Malaysia has been further exacerbated after photos of dogs wearing “turbans” and “cloaks” went viral on social media, sparking anger among schol
Welcoming a new Hijri year, India Muslims have been dreaming of a better world where peace prevails across Muslim countries and terror tag falsely attached to their faith fades away.
Seeing new anti-terror laws as further alienating Muslim youth, Brisbane’s newest mosque president has lamented that young Muslims no longer feel part of Australia, highlighting efforts by mosque le
Aiming to dispel negative misconceptions about Islam and Muslims in Australia, several mosques are planning the first National Mosque Open Day later this month to show the true image of Islam.
Facing rising criticism, a Malaysian official in the northeast Malay heartland state of Kelantan has defended the proposed law that jails or fines a Muslim who skip Friday prayer for three consecutive
The Malaysian authorities have launched a probe into an event inviting Malaysians to touch and pat a dog, after it raised condemnations from religious scholars in the Muslim-majority country, viewing
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