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Five teachers among eight killed in Pakistan sectarian attack

Sectarian tensions stretch back decades and have practically divided the district in two

Muslim population misinformation fuels Islamophobia in India

Despite their growing share of the population, Muslims would remain a small minority in a country of 1.7 billion people by mid-century

India arms Hindu village militias to combat Kashmir rebels

India has more than half a million soldiers permanently stationed in the parts of Muslim-majority Kashmir it controls

Most Uyghurs banned from praying on Islamic holiday, even in their...

People age 60 and older were allowed to pray in a local mosque under heavy police surveillance during Eid

Photos: Eid’l Fitr in the Philippines

Eid'l Fitr marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan

Saudi Arabia says Eid al-Fitr starts Friday

In some countries with a Shiite Muslim majority, authorities have said the holiday will start on Saturday

Video of dancer in mosque inflames Uyghur anxieties about China’s attacks...

Travel promotional video comes amid domestic tourism campaign to visit Xinjiang

Bangladeshis pray for rain as temperatures soar

The poor, low-lying South Asian nation of 170 million people is at the forefront of climate change with frequent deadly floods

Pakistan mega-mosque muezzin summons the faithful

All across the Muslim world muezzins broadcast the "adhan" call to prayer five times a day

Bangladeshi Muslim cleric among four held for stoning woman over affair

Decades ago, village councils in rural Bangladesh commonly used sharia to punish Muslim women accused of adultery

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