The Muslim Lawyers’ Association of Nigeria, MULAN, has described as unlawful the recent refusal by the Nigerian Law School to allow Firdaus Amasa entrance into the venue of the ‘Call to Bar’ ceremony recently in Abuja because she put on...
Nigeria's apex Muslim body on Tuesday threatened the country's law school with nationwide protests for barring a Muslim woman from a call to the bar ceremony because she wore a hijab...
Nike's long-anticipated hijab for athletes is now available for sale, nine months after announcing it was working on the project...
A leading British Muslim group has voiced concerns over school inspecting authority, Ofsted, plans to question young Muslim girls on hijab, saying the proposal challenges the British values of religious freedom...
Representatives of the Muslim Student Union at Missouri Southern on Thursday hosted a Hijab Day in the student lounge, wherein they invited other students to try on a hijab and learn more about why those who practice Islam wear the...
A student organization at the University of Illinois is hosting a week-long group of festivities on the Urbana-Champaign campus in order for students to learn about...
For some it's all about religion and conviction, for others it's tradition, for a lot of women it's a choice.With Islamophobia, hate crimes, and burkini scandals taking over the world's headlines, Muslims - particularly hijabis - remain standing
The International Water ski and Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) has finally allowed Iranian women to attend Asian and international competitions while observing the Islamic dress-code (Hijab)...
Victoria's first policewoman to be wear a hijab on duty has revealed the challenges she faces being a Muslim on the frontline amid the heightened threat of...
The report, Islamophobia in Australia, used 243 reported incidents involving physical, verbal and online attacks between September 2014 and December 2015 and found that over two-thirds of...