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Dates: Ramadan traditions at Muslim iftar worldwide

The majority of Muslims break their fast with dates in different countries of the world because of its high nutritional value which is suitable for fasting and is considered one of the Sunnah (traditions) of the Prophet. You will find that Muslims buy dates in abundance before the month of Ramadan so that it is …

Amal Ibrahim

Michigan’s Rashida Tlaib set to become first Muslim woman in Congress

Democratic candidate Rashida Tlaib is about to make history by becoming the first Muslim woman elected to Congress. She said that although people “can’t pronounce my name, they remember the thing that I do for them.”Former state lawmaker Rashida Tlaib is set to become the first Muslim woman elected to the US Congress after winning …

Deutsche Welle

Catholic Church condemns Croatian play featuring Jesus Christ Muslim rape scene

The play features a hijab-clad woman being raped by Jesus after pulling a national flag from her genitals. The Catholic Church says it was inundated with complaints from its disgusted members.A controversial play which depicts Jesus Christ raping a Muslim woman drew strong condemnation from Croatia’s Catholic Church on Saturday. A theater festival in the …

Deutsche Welle

Social life in Al-Ahmar‚Äôs Granada: a free visa to travel with time and live a real fairytale in Andalusia‚ÄĒArab-Muslim Spain

If you would like to live a fairytale in the Arab-Muslim Granada, you only have to include ‚ÄúSocial life in Granada during Al-Ahmar‚Äôs era‚ÄĚ. The book is written by Emirati Ahmed Thani Al-Dousri, for which he achieved the PhD from the Moroccan University of Mohamed Al-Khames. Granada was the last Islamic city in Andalusia, and …

Maya Nawar

Trump’s Muslim travel ban plunges airlines into chaos

Global airlines have been caught largely off guard by new US rules barring entry for people from seven Muslim-majority countries, upsetting carriers’ crew rosters and triggering fears for the industry’s business.The world’s largest long-haul carrier, Emirates, announced on Monday that it had made “necessary adjustments” to its crewing in order to comply with the latest …

Deutsche Welle

Part II: Could integration prevent radicalisation of Muslim youth?

The largest mosque umbrella organisation in Germany, the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (known as¬†DITIB), has had its ups and downs since its foundation in 1984 in Germany as a branch of the Turkish Religious Affairs Directorate. While¬†DITIB remains closely interlinked¬†with the Turkish religious authority¬†Diyanet¬†in terms of finance, staff, and organisation, it claims to manage …

Hakim Khatib

Part I: Could integration prevent radicalisation of Muslim youth?

Radicalisation is a phenomenon that has been striking not only in parts of Asia and Africa but also in the heart of Europe. While the number of Muslims in Germany is estimated by¬†4.7¬†million (5.8%), 70% of the almost 900,000 asylum-seekers¬†have arrived in recent years are believed to be Muslims. It is undeniable that there is …

Hakim Khatib

Pentathlon has its roots in Muslim culture: Schormann

The 2016 Junior World Modern Pentathlon Championships concluded its events at the Cairo International Stadium on 18 September, where Klaus Schormann, president of the International Union of Modern Pentathlon (UIPM), was present. On this occasion, Daily News Egypt sat down for an interview with Schormann. Can you tell us about your journey in sports? When …

Maya Nawar

Why France again?

To date, France has suffered seven terrorist attacks in which 140 people have been killed. Political scientist and France expert Ronja Kempin explains why France is so often targeted.

Deutsche Welle

Saudi Arabia rebuffs Iran’s accusations over hajj stampede

Saudi officials have dismissed Iran’s criticism of the deadly hajj stampede, in which several hundred Muslim pilgrims died. Previously, Iran vowed international legal action against its regional rivals. The Iranians “should know better than to play politics with a tragedy”, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir told reporters on Saturday. Riyadh has ordered an investigation into …

Deutsche Welle

Opinion: Europe’s grand challenge – Africa’s future

Africa’s population will be five times Europe’s by mid-century. Will the continent become a permanent source of desperate migrants, or a fabulous investment opportunity? Europe needs to engage, massively. The wave of migrants coming into Europe at the moment has a proximate cause – sectarian war and chaos in the Middle East – but it …

Deutsche Welle

Notes from America: Ramadan – a personal reflection

By Ahmed Tharwat The Muslim holy month of Ramadan began last week. This fasting month is observed by millions of Muslims around the world, unless you are in China, where anti-fasting cops resort to force feeding observing Muslims in public.¬† The number of hours that Muslims must fast will vary based on where they live. …

Daily News Egypt