The first mosque to be built in Japan which continues to serve as such today is Kobe Mosque
A Syrian graffiti artist residing in northwestern Idlib city of Syria paid tribute to the legendary football player Maradona
A British archaeologist from the University of Reading believes that a crypt under an ancient church in Nazareth could have been the childhood home of Jesus Christ
Pro-Iranian militias in Iraq raid a massage parlour in Baghdad
A migrant rescue team found 2 wedding rings in a rucksack which was floating in a half-sunken migrant boat, which had capsized killing 5 people The rings were engraved with the names Ahmed and Doudou
Palestinians are morning footballer star Diego Armando Maradona. The legendary icon who many consider to be the greatest player to ever play the game, died yesterday in Buenos Aires,...
Sudan’s former Prime Minister Sadiq Al-Mahdi and head of the opposition National Umma Party has died from a coronavirus infection at the age of 84
The UAE has stopped issuing new visas to citizens of 13 mostly Muslim-majority countries
France has banned the Grey Wolves accusing the Turkish ultranationalist group of ‘extremely violent’ actions and threats
Kuwait's debt crisis caused by the coronavirus is threatening its economic stability
Our interview with co-chair of the Palestinian History Tapestry Jan Chalmers
For the first time a Palestinian-American woman will serve as a senior member of the White House staff
Matt Hancock made the statement during an interview with LBC radio yesterday morning, without providing further detail on the government’s plan for the Christmas period.
Emma Stone’s 2015 Oscar gown by Lebanese designer Elie Saab will be auctioned off in aid of Beirut
A video is circulating on social media of lavish dog quarters being built inside one of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s palaces
Qatar's public prosecutor has filed criminal charges against an unspecified number of police officers working at Qatar's Hamad airport after women said they were invasively searched there last month....
In a webinar, Professor Rashid Khalidi described the experience of the Palestinian as the 'assault of an indigenous population that was the victim of an attack by a colonial project, backed at every stage by great powers'
There are so many dough recipes out there and everyone swears by theirs. I have a few recipes I like to rotate, but this one is fail-proof and super quick.
A human rights group has accused Austrian security authorities of committing 'politically-motivated' human rights violations against Muslims
The new bill approved by the National Assembly must pass a second reading in the Council of the Nation before offenders who are convicted could be sentenced to death
Farmers harvest citrus fruit in Gaza, on 19 November 2020
Jordan will open a consulate in Western Sahara, Morocco
The BDS movement has condemned the statements of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in which he described the movement as 'anti-Semitic'
There is mounting pressure on world leaders to boycott the upcoming G20 Summit, which is to be held later this month in Saudi Arabia, over the kingdom’s detention and alleged “torture” of women activists
The Lebanon army drops 'stay at home' leaflets amidst the coronavirus pandemic
The US embassy in Baghdad was targeted by rocket fire which injured five civilians and killed one child
Our interview with the Director of Seville Mosque Foundation, Ibrahim Hernandez
Oxfam slams arms sales to Saudi Arabia by G20 members which are seen to be fuelling the conflict in Yemen
Bahrain's first official government delegation to Israel set off on the first Gulf Air commercial flight to Tel Aviv
Lebanese have taken to social media with the Arabic hashtag #Not_Cooking_on_Sunday, after caretaker Interior Minister Mohammed Fahmi suggested woman should start preparing food when a ban on deliveries came into force as part of the coronavirus lockdown
A branch of the military tasked with counterterrorism, counterinsurgency and special reconnaissance, has been harvesting data from the popular Muslim Pro app.
Iraq hanged 21 convicted terrorists and murderers on Monday, an interior ministry statement said, the latest in a series of mass executions it has carried out since defeating Daesh in 2017