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Markazi Chand Committee chairman Maulana Khalid Rasheed Firangi said that various Muslim organisations urged people to follow lockdown rules and regulations, and celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr at home, and..

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Vaishno Devi Shrine Board provides 'sehri', 'iftari' to Muslims quarantined in Katra

During Ramzan, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board provided 'sehri' and 'iftari' to Muslims quarantined at Aashirwad Bhawan in Katra. Nearly 500 people had been quarantined in this centre and all the..

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People offer Namaz at Jama Masjid on last Friday of Ramzan

People offered Namaz at Jama Masjid on May 22. They gathered to offered prayers on the last Friday of Ramzan. Islamic scholars have appealed people not to swarm mosques and offer 'Alvida Jumma' inside..

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COVID-19: Social organisations provide food, footwear to migrant workers at Delhi-Ghazipur Border [Video]

COVID-19: Social organisations provide food, footwear to migrant workers at Delhi-Ghazipur Border

To help migrant workers, some NGOs and people from the Muslim community distributed foods to them at Delhi-Ghazipur Border. These people are moving forward to help needy people at their own expenses...

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Nigerian food prices rise during Ramadan

The cost of some items has doubled, and they are expected to stay high after the Muslim fasting month ends.

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The Duke of Cambridge spoke virtually with Imams from Al-Noor and Linwood mosques, following the mass shootings which killed 51 people in March 2019. William has told members of the Christchurch Muslim..

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Dubai turns world's tallest building into donation box [Video]

Dubai turns world's tallest building into donation box

The world's tallest building, Dubai's 828-metre Burj Khalifa, has become a glowing charity donation box to buy food for residents of the United Arab Emirates suffering from the economic impact of the..

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Religious leaders adapt to empty pews [Video]

Religious leaders adapt to empty pews

Mosques, churches and synagogues across the U.S. are confronting a crisis that left many houses of worship empty. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

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Displaced Syrians break Ramadan fast amid rubble of former home [Video]

Displaced Syrians break Ramadan fast amid rubble of former home

Tareq Abu Ziad and his family break the daily fast for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan while sitting in the rubble of their destroyed home in the town of Ariha in the southern countryside of Syria's..

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Palestinian youth swirl homemade sparkler firework for Ramadan [Video]

Palestinian youth swirl homemade sparkler firework for Ramadan

Palestinian youth swirl homemade sparkler fireworks made of steel wire wool as people celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in Rafah refugee camp, in the southern Gaza Strip.View on euronews

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Muslim man in Hyderabad distributes food packets among needy across faiths [Video]

Muslim man in Hyderabad distributes food packets among needy across faiths

With nationwide lockdown announced by the Prime Minister to contain the spread of the virus, the decision seems to be hitting hard the underprivileged section who is finding to difficult to have at..

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India Muslims targeted in attacks over coronavirus

Muslims in India have been attacked after a religious gathering in the capital allegedly led to a rise in coronavirus cases, with the minority being blamed for the spread of the disease.

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Iran restaurant industry hit hard by COVID-19 [Video]

Iran restaurant industry hit hard by COVID-19

The global coronavirus pandemic has changed the way Muslims around the world are observing the holy month of Ramadan.

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Amazon turns to Chinese firm on U.S. blacklist to meet thermal camera needs [Video]

Amazon turns to Chinese firm on U.S. blacklist to meet thermal camera needs

Amazon has bought cameras to take temperatures of workers during the coronavirus pandemic from a firm the United States blacklisted over allegations it helped China detain and monitor the Uighurs and..

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Pakistan's Ramadan TV specials drop lavish prizes [Video]

Pakistan's Ramadan TV specials drop lavish prizes

In normal times, Pakistanis hungry for entertainment during the fasting month of Ramadan would avidly watch television game shows as contestants, urged on by rowdy studio audiences, compete for lavish..

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A busy, lonely Ramadan at a New Jersey family's restaurant [Video]

A busy, lonely Ramadan at a New Jersey family's restaurant

When the Awda family of Patterson, New Jersey, sits down to break their daily fast during Ramadan, it is different than in years past. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

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Many Muslims around the world begin Ramadan under lockdown [Video]

Many Muslims around the world begin Ramadan under lockdown

Many Muslims around the world begin Ramadan under lockdown

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Prince of Wales and Matt Hancock send messages of support to Muslims during virtual Iftar [Video]

Prince of Wales and Matt Hancock send messages of support to Muslims during virtual Iftar

The Prince of Wales and Health Secretary Matt Hancock have sent messages of support to the British Muslim community as part of a virtual Iftar to mark the start of Ramadan. Charles said: "I just wanted..

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Ramadan under lockdown: Aerial images show Mecca completely empty [Video]

Ramadan under lockdown: Aerial images show Mecca completely empty

Muslims around the world began marking Ramadan under the coronavirus blockade on Friday.View on euronews

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Ramadan begins: Holy month impacted by global virus outbreak [Video]

Ramadan begins: Holy month impacted by global virus outbreak

As Muslims around the world begin to observe Ramadan by fasting the virus pandemic is altering religious traditions.

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Coronavirus and Islam: How to celebrate Ramadan under lockdown [Video]

Coronavirus and Islam: How to celebrate Ramadan under lockdown

Coronavirus containment measures mean many Muslims will turn to videoconference tools to connect with their loved ones as they break their daily fast.View on euronews

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Ramadan in lockdown [Video]

Ramadan in lockdown

In the UK three million Muslims are beginning to mark the holy month of Ramadan in prayer and fasting. But this year, as everyone adapts to the Covid-19 pandemic, Ramadan will be a very different..

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India police accused of targeting Muslims in violence probe [Video]

India police accused of targeting Muslims in violence probe

Dozens of people were arrested during protests against a controversial Citizenship Amendment Act enacted in December.

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