Al Areef began teaching children the Quran with the goal of memorisation, and teaching its language and concepts.
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The challenge of peace.
“We are waking up people’s consciences.”
A Hindu woman who saved lives of 10 Muslims in this village in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district during the recent clashes in which five people died is being hailed as a hero, officials said.
Hope in the face of violence and fear.
What happened to a shared history many still fondly recall, where are we now and what are the prospects for the future?
Three members of a right-wing religious Jewish group have been charged in Jerusalem District Court.
Samantha Elauf was turned down for a job because of her hijab; Observant Jews face same discrimination, says Nathan Lewin, who filed court brief.
A former member of Britain First has denounced the organisation and visited a mosque to apologise to the Muslim community he says they demonise.
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.
Two Pine Belt pastors joined worship services at the Islamic Center of Hattiesburg on Friday in an act of solidarity and to express condolences for a shooting that took place at the Center in March.
Ayatollah Abdol-Hamid Masoumi-Tehrani has gifted to the Bahais of the world an illuminated work of calligraphy from the writings of Bahaullah.
Students from Richmond Jewish Day School and Az-Zahrra Islamic Academy served food in the Downtown Eastside today, honouring a three-year-old tradition known as “Random Act of Kindness Week.”