Eid festivities have been halted in Gaza due to Israeli airstrikes.
International Union of Muslim Scholars recently convened an extraordinary meeting to discuss the recent conflict between Israel and Palestine and its implications on the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Governor of Californiaappointed Santa Barbara councilwoman and past Islamic Legal Studies Program at Harvard Law School (ILSP) fellow Meagan Harmon to Coastal Commission.
The Saudi King and the crown prince have recently registered as organ donors in a move to demonstrate the permissibility of organ donation in Islam.
Iran‘s Expediency Council, the constitutional body tasked with settling disputes between the nation’s parliament and its constitutional court-like Guardian Council, approved “the establishment of seven free trade zones and 13 special economic zones.”
Despite Russian federal law having a preference for mothers in custody cases, in Muslim-majority parts of the country such as Chechnya and Ingushetia, where customs usually dictate that custody of children be given to the father, deep-rooted traditions and laws continue to clash.