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It’s been five months since the day I converted to Islam. I don’t think I am always a good Muslim but I am trying, writes Nurain Banton.
One week after the fatal shootings in two mosques, where at least 50 people were killed, women in Christchurch demonstrate their support for Muslims.
What the Sharia-compliant pizza and games night taught me about myself and romance.
The "women in mosques" campaign has continued to blight not only the treatment of Muslim women in South Africa, but raises critical concerns about the untold harm that Muslims inflict upon Islam, writes Nuraan Davids.
The niqab, burka and abaya – we fill you in on the intimate world of Islamic attire.
Police in Saudi Arabia have arrested a young woman who wore a miniskirt in public and who had posted the video online, sparking an outcry.
Jakarta's Christian governor will spend two years in jail after being found guilty of blasphemy, in a shock decision that has stoked concerns over rising religious intolerance.
Zeenat Mowzer shares the challenges of following the Islamic dress code as a fashion-conscious Muslim woman in a modern society.
Developing the Islamic bond market in sub-Saharan Africa can benefit the region's funding requirements, says S&P Global Ratings.
Pakistan reported 306 polio cases last year, but many parents refuse to allow their children to be vaccinated against the disease.
Nearly 2.5 million Muslim hajj pilgrims converged on Mount Arafat in Saudi Arabia marshalled by tens of thousands of stewards in a bid to prevent any repetition of previous years' deadly stampedes.
Masih Alinejad comes from Iran but lives in exile. She rose to prominence thanks to her online campaigns 'My Stealthy Freedom' and 'White Wednesdays.' Her protest against Iran's compulsory hijab rule has won her followers from around the world.
Around 1.6 million Muslims from around the world are beginning the five-day hajj pilgrimage. Here's a look at the pilgrimage and what it means for Muslims.
Is Islam really here to empower women, or to oppress us? Here's what the Qur'an really says about women's rights in Islam.
All Muslims are required to perform Hajj once in their life, if health and finances permit this. It is not only the largest annual gathering of Muslims, but the largest pilgrimage in the world, writes Mohamed Saeed.
US President Donald Trump will give a major speech on the Islamic faith during his upcoming visit to Saudi Arabia.
Six people died and eight were injured after gunmen opened fire at a Quebec City mosque on Sunday. The mosque had been a target of hate before. Despite this, Quebec residents were shocked by the incident. Watch.
Anger among South Africa's Muslim community is mounting following a proposed Hajj and Umrah visa fee implementation by Saudi Arabian authorities.
Muslims are under threat and Saffiya Ismail has had enough with being labelled a terrorist.
Islamic law considers violation of the human body to be sinful. We take a look at what this means regarding blood and organ donation.
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