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Call for ensuring security of Rohingya Muslim refugees
A top Malaysian official said here on Monday that the security of Rohingya Muslim refugees, who have fled a brutal military crackdown in Myanmar's Muslim-majority Rakhine State, should be guaranteed before returning their country.
Muslims mull emergency meetings on Trump's move against al-Quds
Jordan has initiated a diplomatic campaign to mobilize Arab and Muslim states against an expected US move to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel's capital.
Anti-Trump rally at US embassy in London over anti-Muslim videos
UK protesters have gathered outside the US embassy in London to denounce US President Donald Trump’s recent move to re-tweet anti-Muslim videos of a British far-right leader.
Larijani condoles with Egypt over terrorist incident
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has extended condolences to his Egyptian counterpart over the terrorist blast which killed scores of Muslim worshippers in El Arish.
Myanmar, Bangladesh sign deal to repatriate Rohingya Muslim refugees
Bangladesh said it has agreed with Myanmar on repatriating hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees back to Myanmar amid widespread expressions of distrust of the process among the displaced.
Unity among Muslims, message of Iqbal Lahori: Iran envoy
The ambassador of Iran to Pakistan said that great thinker and poet of sub-continent Allama Muhammad Iqbal Lahori (1877-1938) in his work has always stressed upon the importance of unity among Muslims.
Egypt's cassation court rejects Muslim Brotherhood leader's appeal
The leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie, has lost his appeal against a life sentence over his alleged role in protests following the 2013 ouster of the country’s first democratically-elected president, Mohamed Morsi.
Paris suburb tries to stop Muslim street prayers (Video)
Tensions have erupted as residents and the mayor of a Paris suburb on Friday tried to block Muslims from praying in the street, in a dispute that reflects nationwide problems with mosque shortages.
If only Stephen Paddock were a Muslim
By Thomas L. Friedman*
UK man charged after Muslim teenager stabbed at mosque
Hasan, who is 15, is in critical condition after the alleged attack outside a Shia mosque in Birmingham.
Egypt court convicts 15 Muslim Brotherhood members
A court in Egypt has sentenced eight members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to life in prison and handed down a three-year jail sentence to seven others.
UN agency warns Rohingya Muslim refugees 'at mercy' of traffickers
The International Organization for Migration (IOM), a subsidiary agency of the United Nations, has warned about the plight of Rohingya Muslim refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar, saying they are "at the mercy" of human traffickers in Bangladesh and other areas.
Muslim nations denounce Myanmar’s persecution of Rohingya Muslims
A Nobel laureate and several Muslim nations have strongly denounced and staged protests against Myanmar's government over persecution of Muslim Rohingya minority in the western state of Rakhine.
The Muslim Hajj pilgrimage in numbers
The Islamic Hajj pilgrimage draws people from around the world to Saudi Arabia each year. The crowds, squeezed shoulder to shoulder in prayer five times a day, fill the city of Mecca and surrounding areas to perform a number of physically demanding and intricate rites.
More than 2m Muslims converge on Mecca for Hajj (video)
More than two million Muslims from around the world will start the Hajj pilgrimage at Islam's holiest sites on Wednesday, a religious duty and an epic multi-stage journey.

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