Pew Research: African Americans find haven in Islamic heritage

According to a recent Pew Research report, which concluded its findings last month, most black Americans though identify with Christianity, many of them follow Islam and reconvert to the faith of their ancestors from various religions, Post And Courier reported on February 17.

Lady Fatima al-Zahraa exhibition was held in Lucknow, India

The Shia community in India established the fourth annual Fatimid exhibition, which embodies the life of Lady Fatima al-Zahra, peace be upon her, and the injustice and aggression she suffered under the reign of the enemies of Ahl al-Bayt, peace be upon them, in the city of Lucknow of Uttar Pradesh.

International day of elimination of violence against women

Nonviolence Incorporation, dependent to Grand Ayatollah Shirazi released a statement to advocate a united will to support the rights of women, which are endorsed by international conventions and religious scriptures, coinciding with February 6th, the International Day of Elimination of Violence Against Women.

Twitter storm planned to seek justice for slain Saudi child

A hashtag has debuted on Twitter, seeking justice for Zakariya Bader al-Jabir, a six-year-old Saudi child who was brutally beheaded in front of his mother while on pilgrimage to the holy city of Medina in the kingdom.

Free Muslim meets congressman Seth Moulton

Director of Non-Voilence Organization Free Muslim Association’s Center for De-Radicalization & Extremism Prevention attended an interactive event hosted by the Brookings Institution regarding the United States’ Defense Policy.

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