Over $140K raised for Syrian refugee after picture goes viral

Over $140,000 has been raised after a picture of a Syrian refugee seemingly trying to sell pens on a street in Beirut with his...

Israelis plan to hold beer festival at historic Muslim cemetery in Jerusalem

Illegal Israeli settlers plan on holding a beer festival at Jerusalem’s most prominent and historic Muslim cemetery. The iTravelJerusalem-Beer Festival 2015 will be held at...

Israeli baby-killer remanded for belonging to militant Jewish group

Israel has remanded the Jewish extremist suspected of burning alive 18-month old Ali Dawabsha for following an alleged "crackdown" against militant Jews. On Tuesday, authorities...

Newly married Turkish couple feed 4,000 Syrian refugees on wedding day

A newly married Turkish couple fed 4,000 Syrian refugees on their wedding day in the southern city of Kilis. Fethullah Üzümcüoğlu and Esra Polat, who...

Thousands mourn Palestinian infant burned to death by Israeli settlers

Thousands of Palestinians have participated in the funeral of the 18-month-old infant, Ali Saad Dawabshe, who was burned to death in an arson attack...

Sami Yusuf music banned by Iranian state TV after Israel visit

The Iranian-born British Muslim singer Sami Yusuf, whose records sell millions in the Middle East, has been banned by state television in Iran because...

President Bashar al-Assad releases “updated” Quranic tafsir

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has ordered the release of a new “revised” version of the Quran with an updated and controversial tafsir, or interpretation,...

Saudi king approves Prophet Mosque’s expansion project

King Salman of Saudi Arabia has approved designs for the Prophet’s Mosque (Masjid al Nabawi) expansion project in Madinah. The plans includes the expansion of...

Snapchat’s “Mecca_live” allows non-Muslims to experience holy city

Thousands have taken to social media to celebrate the holy city of Makkah as Snapchat released a "story" celebrating Ramadan. Snapchat’s Live Story feature, released...

Qatar public sector workers to get 11-day Eid holiday

Qatar’s ministries, government institutions and public entities will get 11 days off for Eid al-Fitr this year, in a move that's likely to benefit...
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