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Muslims to fast Ramadan twice in 2030.?

Muslims will observe Ramadan two times in year 2030, some astronomers have predicted. They say the fasting month will fall…

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Nowruz 2022: History, significance, celebration of Iranian New Year

Nowruz or Navroz, the Iranian New Year that marks the beginning of the spring season, is celebrated with great fervour…

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Dr. Hamid Choi first to translate Quran and Sahih Al-Bukhari in Korean Language

Dr. Hamid Choi Yong Kil hafizhahulloh, a native Korean Muslim who translated the Qur’an and Sahih Bokhari into Korean for…

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Tablighi Jamaat and its misguidance leads to terrorism: MIA Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia’s Friday preachers will warn against Tablighi Jamaat group and its misguidance that leads to terrorism, as per the…

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Today Wasim Rizvi will leave Islam and become a Hindu

Wasim Rizvi, the former chairman of the Shia Central Waqf Board, who came under the target of Muslim fundamentalists, is…

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Sects Within A Sect: Mufti Ayub Disallowed To Deliver A Sermon In Chrar-e-Sharif

Mosque Authorities In Chrar-e-Sharif recently objected to a scheduled sermon by valley’s famous religious cleric Maulana Mufti Ayub who is…

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Taslima Nasrin Writes Insulting Lines Against Prophet (PBUH) In Her tweet On Milad

Taslima Nasrin posted a controversial tweet on the prophet’s birthday that sparked thousands of responses, some in her favour and…

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What is Mawlid al-Nabi? The Islamic celebration explained

On 19 October, tens of millions of Muslims across the world marked the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad in a…

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“Neither a Man Nor a Woman,” Mushtaq Veeri Takes a Jibe At Reshma

Umran Hussain Mushtaq Veeri, a renowned religious scholar in his latest sermon lashed out at Kashmir’s transgender singer, Abdul Rashid,…

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Social Distancing Abolished In Haramain Sharifain

The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques is abolishing the requirement of Social Distancing in Masjid…

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