Your Search Returned 81 tagged news reports
When young Muslims meet others for the first time and find out that they are Muslim, often one of the very first questions they ask each other is, Do you pray? It's as if this is their touchstone to see if the person they have met is a real Muslim or
28 editor More than 2000 members of the Sri Lankan Muslim community and well wishers from other religious communities participated at the event. The occasion started off with an insightful speech by C.A.H.M.Wijeratne on the importance of this
Call it the need of the time, or technology making its way into every sphere of life, a slew of cellphone applications and gadgets are helping the Muslim faithful carry on with their religious duties without missing their professional commitments in
Headlines News The State Palace has a strict dress code, with clothing items such as sandals and sarongs strictly off- limits. But the fasting month of Ramadhan appeared to ease this strict protocol when the Baiturrahim Mosque, situated next to
A security official stated here yesterday that the Ministry of Interior has taken all necessary security procedures to secure places of worship during the last 10 days of Ramadan to ease traffic congestion during Tarawih prayers and Qiyaam (night
Mowasalat will increase buses and taxis for the remaining days of Ramadan, Al Sharq reports. Buses and taxis will frequent markets, malls, commercial centres and entertainment and event areas, especially before iftar and after Al Tarawih prayer until
Wednesday 24 July 2013 Last Update 24 July 2013 3:55 am The demand for domestic help and cooks has gone up manifolds in the Kingdom with the advent of Ramadan, with most working women finding it hard to manage household chores, including cooking.
The holy month of Ramadan is a month of fasting, not only from food but other habits or acts that we usually do in daily life. The Muslim should not only refrain from eating and drinking, but also from smoking, taking medicines, IV drips or other
Rawan Radwan Wednesday 17 July 2013 Last Update 17 July 2013 1:11 am Ramadan naturally steers the mind and spirit to the two holy cities of Islam, Makkah Al-Mukarramah and Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah. Both cities hold special places in the hearts of
Yousuf, a resident of Phoenix, Arizona shares this picture of prayers during Ramzan...Islamic Community Center of Phoenix) Phoenix, AZ, USA," writes Yousuf.