Art & Culture

Ramadan in KSA: The Musaharati Tradition
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’s
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Muslim World League Launches Global Forum for Moderate Islam
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 patronage
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Mass Iftar at Bangladesh Mosque Shows True Ramadan Spirit
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 mood
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Hajj Ministry: More than 7.46m Umrah Visas Issued so Far
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 arrived
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Detroit’s Islamic Center Organizes ‘Iftar Tent’ to Offer Free Meals
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 sunset
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Egypt’s Street Iftar Comes with a Community Flavor
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, relatives
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Children’s Author Judith Kerr, Who Wrote ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’, Dies
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 around
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Oman Author Jokha Alharthi Wins Booker International Prize
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 story
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Taste of Kindness: Buddhist Monks Serve Iftar at a Dhaka Monastery
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 15
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Reflections on Ramadan
Reflections on Ramadan
Ridwaan Jadwat The first time I experienced Ramadan in Saudi Arabia was in 2000, when I arrived in Riyadh to begin
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