Iraq

More than 30 killed in mass stampede at Iraqi Shia shrine

Rush of panicked Ashoura pilgrims after walkway collapse with the death toll expected to rise, says health ministry.

Islam

Ashoura 2019: How Muslims around the world mark religious day

Ashoura is observed on the tenth day of Muharram, the first month of the Islamic lunar calendar, by all Muslims.

Ashoura 2019: How Muslims around the world mark religious day

Asia

Drop 'virgin' from Muslim marriage certificates: Bangladesh court

In a landmark verdict, the country's top court ordered to remove the term and replace it with "unmarried".

Drop 'virgin' from Muslim marriage certificates: Bangladesh court

Opinion

Actually, American Muslims are at the centre of the resistance

Despite challenges inside and outside the community, Muslim Americans have stood up to Islamophobia and the far right.

Abbas Barzegar

by Abbas Barzegar

Abbas Barzegar

Opinion

The political impotence of the Muslim American community

Today prominent Muslim American figures and organisations stifle the spirit of political resistance in our community.

Ali Al-Arian

by Ali Al-Arian

Ali Al-Arian

Romania

'People know and like their Muslim neighbours'

Romanian Muslims, some with Ottoman roots, largely spared Islamophobic rhetoric seen in neighbouring countries.

Romania, a beacon of coexistence for Muslims in Eastern Europe

Reporter's Notebook

Shooting Jerusalem: Life in a segregated city

Filmmaker reflects on the making of his documentary and his bid to find out what it means to live in and identify with the city of Jerusalem.

Islam

In Pictures: Eid al-Adha around the world

Millions of Muslims celebrate the Eid al-Adha festival, which marks the last day of the Hajj pilgrimage.

In Pictures: Eid al-Adha around the world

Islam

Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha religious holiday

Eid al-Adha, which in Arabic literally means 'festival of the sacrifice', marks the end of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.

Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha religious holiday

Hajj

Two million Muslims gather at Mount Arafat for Hajj prayers

Worshippers will spend the day in prayer at the site where Prophet Muhammad is said to have given his final sermon.

Two million Muslims gather at Mount Arafat for Hajj prayers

AJ Impact

Hajjonomics: The business of getting India's pilgrims to Mecca

Private tour operators are trying to make the most of their share of India's Hajj market.

Hajjonomics: The business of getting India's pilgrims to Mecca

Islam

Hajj 2019: An in-depth look at the sacred journey

Al Jazeera examines the religious excursion for nearly two million Muslims and where many pilgrims are coming from.

Hajj 2019: An in-depth look at the sacred journey

Hajj

Flying to Hajj

Follow the journey millions of Muslims make to reach Mecca for the annual pilgrimage.

Flying to Hajj

China

Arabic, Muslim symbols ordered taken down in China's capital

Campaign in Beijing marks a new phase in drive aimed at ensuring religions conform to mainstream Chinese culture.

Arabic, Muslim symbols ordered taken down in China's capital

Mauritania

Mauritania blogger once given death penalty for 'blasphemy' freed

Mkhaitir was initially sentenced to death for comments about Prophet Muhammad and the role of Islam in society.

Mauritania blogger once given death penalty for 'blasphemy' freed