Ramadan in KSA: The Musaharati Tradition
Arab News Despite the march of modern technology, old Ramadan traditions continue to die hard for Muslims in the Kingdom’sRead more.
Muslim World League Launches Global Forum for Moderate Islam
SPA MAKKAH: The Muslim World League (MWL) on Monday will organize an international conference for moderate Islam under the patronageRead more.
Mass Iftar at Bangladesh Mosque Shows True Ramadan Spirit
Shehab Sumon DHAKA: As the Asr prayer comes to an end, Andorkillah Shahi Mosque in Chattogram develops a festive moodRead more.
Hajj Ministry: More than 7.46m Umrah Visas Issued so Far
Arab News RIYADH: The number of Umrah visas issued this year has reached 7,463,259, of which 6,964,943 pilgrims have arrivedRead more.
Detroit’s Islamic Center Organizes ‘Iftar Tent’ to Offer Free Meals
Laila Alhusini DETROIT, US: For many American Muslims, iftar is more than just the breaking of the fast at sunsetRead more.
Egypt’s Street Iftar Comes with a Community Flavor
Arab News CAIRO: Hardly a street in Egypt is without its iftar table as families organize “mercy meals” for friends, relativesRead more.
Children’s Author Judith Kerr, Who Wrote ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’, Dies
AFP LONDON: British writer and illustrator Judith Kerr, whose death at 95 was announced on Thursday, captivated young readers aroundRead more.
Oman Author Jokha Alharthi Wins Booker International Prize
AP LONDON: Omani author Jokha Alharthi won the prestigious Man Booker International Prize on Tuesday for “Celestial Bodies,” the storyRead more.
Taste of Kindness: Buddhist Monks Serve Iftar at a Dhaka Monastery
Arab News DHAKA: As the clock strikes 6 p.m., Shudhhanondo Mohathero hurries to the kitchen to alert his army of 15Read more.