Woman in Sandstorm In Sudan

Sudan Sentences a Woman To Be Stoned to Death Based on Islamic Law

On June 26 in Sudan, Maryam Alsyed Tiyrab was convicted and sentenced to execution by stoning on a charge of adultery, a violation of

Act of Kindness Homeless Care Package Muslim Woman Hijabi Homeless Man at the steps of a Church

The Gifts of Islam

1.5 to 2 billion of the world’s people identify as Muslim. That means that nearly 1 out of 4 people in the world believe

Muslim World League’s Historic Multifaith Forum in Saudi Arabia

The Muslim World League held the Forum on Common Values Among Religious Followers, a multifaith event with leaders from around the world in Riyadh,

Halal Pastures

Faith-based Pursuit of Nourishing Food Gives Rise to Sustainable Farm

With the industrial food system common to farming in the United States, from the way slaughterhouses are run to the pesticides used on crop

Seal of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom

United States Commission of International Religious Freedom Publishes a Sobering Report

It’s hard to imagine that in present-day some will be denied the freedom to worship as they please or discuss differences with a particular

Ram Navami

When the Flame Ignites: Islamophobia comes to India

Ram Navami is an Indian festival held yearly in honor of the birth of Lord Ram. It is an anticipated celebration rich in tradition,

Presidential debate

U.S. President Joe Biden Hosts Reception to Celebrate Eid al-Fitr

On May 2 U.S. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden hosted a reception in the East Room—the largest State Room of the

Religious Garments Ban Sparks College Protests in India

Colleges in Karnataka, India, have started banning the use of any religious garment not explicitly called for in their dress code. This prevents Muslim

Religious News From Around the Web February 7, 2022

Blasphemy and Apostasy Punished; Winter Olympics -- Thawing of China's Treatment of Religious Minorities? China May Restrict Religious Expression Following Olympics; Streaming Online a

White House Declares Holocaust Remembrance Week

Religious News From Around the Web January 31, 2022

Concern Over India’s Violations of Religious Freedom; Pope Denounces Misinformation on Vaccines; World Remembers Holocaust; Human Rights Concerns Persist as Winter Olympics Begin; Supreme