Oscar Quine interviews Amir Khan: The two-time Muslim world champion boxer in The Independent.
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The Imam was unable to recite Quran while leading the congregation due to Chaim Weiss blasting Israeli music in front of the mosque from his car.
Video footage of a Shiv Sena MP forcing a fasting Muslim worker to eat at a state guest house triggered outrage in Parliament and social media on Wednesday.
A Dubai-based Sikh welfare group is going all out to foster a sense of community during Ramadan by reaching out to thousands of Muslims in the UAE and India.
Exiled Uighur groups and human rights activists say the government’s repressive policies in East Turkestan, including controls on Islam, have provoked unrest, a claim Beijing denies.
Many forget that the first Muslims to celebrate Ramadan in America were African slaves.
The Collectif contre l’Islamophobie en France draws our attention to reports that Christophe Lavigne, a sergeant in the French airforce with far-right links, will not now be prosecuted.
Anti-Shariah activists have a new target in their sights: Crayola.
Channel 4 to air prayer call during Ramadan. The Sun responds with an unsurprising but oh-so unnecessary frontpage splash.
Uighur students under 18 are banned from fasting during Ramadan or taking part in religious activities.
Among my greatest lessons from the Quran was to be reminded to have faith, seek the truth, praise God, pray, forgive, be kind, be peaceful and take care of people who are most vulnerable — those who are oppressed and often forgotten.
As the first of an estimated 1,500 Muslims began to arrive at Cpl. Allan E. Kivlehan Park in New Dorp, Staten Island, early Sunday morning to celebrated Id al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan, they discovered uncooked bacon scattered on the ground.
There’s a crime wave targeting houses of worship, most of them Muslim. Is something sinister at work?