Now UK general election is upon us. British voters are going to polling stations on Thursday, May 7, for what is being described as the most unpredictable poll yet. With regard to making a right de
Three young American Muslim students were killed in Chapel Hill a few days ago, leaving the Muslim community shocked with the brutal execution-style murder.
On Sunday, February 1, thousands of Muslim and non-Muslim women from around the world will wear hijab to mark what is internationally known as World Hijab Day. The event, planned for the second consec
Seeing the Charlie Hebdo attack as a betrayal of Islamic faith, leaders from Muslim countries and organizations have joined worldwide condemnation of the attack, saying the attackers should not be ass
In October, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai shared the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize with the Indian Children’s right activist Kailash Satyarthi. Becoming the youngest Nobel laureate at 17, Malala said
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After a year full of developments on various levels from religion to politics, curtains are drawn to a close on 2014. During this year, many articles have stolen the spotlight and gripped the attentio
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