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On this day, the boxer Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali. Why Ali changed his name is part of a long tradition of African Americans refusing the labels of slavery.
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Bangladesh is hosting the 56th edition of the annual gathering of Bishwa Ijtema. The event takes place in the town of Tongi, by the banks of the River Turag, after two years of hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Disbanding Iran's morality police is a 'distraction', says campaigner
A London-based analyst who focuses on freedom of expression and access to information online in Iran dismisses the claim that the Islamic republic is disbanding its notorious morality police. "Articles within the Islamic penal code remain," says Mahsa Alimardani.
Pope Francis urges end to death penalty as he arrives in Bahrain
Upon his arrival, Francis also urged the Gulf nation to ensure “safe and dignified” working conditions for its immigrant labourers, who have long faced abuse and exploitation.
Turkey's Erdogan proposes a referendum on right to wear headscarf
The Turkish president has proposed a referendum on a constitutional change to guarantee the right to wear a headscarf in civil institutions.
Anti-government protests in Iran gain traction as oil workers go on st
Anti-government protests in Iran that started in the wake of Mahsa Amini's death show no sign of abating.
Investigation after death of Iran woman arrested by 'morality police'
The Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has ordered an investigation into the death of a young woman who was arrested by the country's so-called "morality police" for wearing an inappropriate headscarf.
Shiite pilgrims gather for mourning month in Basra
Shiite Muslims take part in a mourning ritual in Iraq's southern city of Basra.
This is Durbar Festival: Nigeria's most vibrant horse parade
The end of Eid al-Adha in Nigeria is celebrated each year at the Durbar Festival, which features huge horse parades all across the country. But why are horses so significant in Nigerian culture?
Call to prayer competition searches for Turkey's best religious voice
At the Grand mosque in Turkey's Edirne region, muezzins (call to prayer singers) compete to be crowned the countries most melodic voice. But what does it take to master this art form?
Israel uncovers rare early mosque in Negev
Workers from Israel's Antiquities Authority excavate a rare ancient mosque in the Bedouin town of Rahat, in the country's southern Negev desert, that officials say sheds light on the region's transition from Christianity to Islam.
French court rules in favour of burkini ban
Interior minister Gerald Darmanin has welcomed the verdict as a "victory" for France's secular values.
Bangladesh Muslims protest at India officials' comments
Thousands of people marched in the Bangladeshi capital on Friday to call on Muslim-majority countries to sever diplomatic relations with India.
Six people convicted of harassing teenager over anti-Islam videos
The "Mila" case has generated debate in France over free speech and religious rights.
Controversy as French city allows women to wear 'burkinis' in pools
Under the new rules, male and female swimmers will be allowed to appear topless or in full-body costumes for sun protection or religious beliefs.
Twitter admits temporarily suspending Dutch far-right leader
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Here are five tips to make your Ramadan more eco-friendly
From buying organic food to decluttering your living space, this is how to go green this Ramadan.
Muslims in Karachi break the fast on the first day of Ramadan
Thousands of Muslims broke the fast at mosques in Karachi on Sunday night as the holy month of Ramadan began in Pakistan.