Articles by Al Jazeera
Muslims globally find online alternatives to celebrate Eid amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sri Lanka's decision to make cremations mandatory for COVID-19 victims is an act of institutionalised Islamophobia.
Unable to physically pray together this Ramadan, Muslim New Yorkers spend time preparing food for those in need.
Nadine Dorries on Thursday retweeted a far-right Twitter account known for Islamophobic misinformation.
Mosques provide important community services that are needed now more than ever, but many may not survive without help.
Inspired by Tom Moore, Dabirul Choudhury raises tens of thousands for coronavirus victims from UK to Bangladesh.
News agency's Dar Yasin, Mukhtar Khan and Channi Anand honoured with this year's Pulitzer Prize in feature photography.
Amani Al-Khatahtbeh is the first Muslim woman to run for federal office in the US state of New Jersey.
Mosques are closed and lockdowns are in place, but this Ramadan may have some unexpected health benefits.
This Ramadan, make the right choice and do not buy dates from companies that exploit Palestinian land and labour.
From making PPE and delivering food to donating sanitiser and setting up temporary morgues, UK Muslims are mobilising.
Five years of war have devastated Yemen's healthcare system. A COVID-19 outbreak would be a catastrophe.
Governments have a responsibility to protect foreign domestic workers.
US military in Afghanistan rejects Taliban claim, saying it had upheld the military terms of the agreement.
Rights group and activists accuse gov't of forcing cremation of Muslim COVID-19 victims in disregard to WHO guidelines.
A doctor explains that youthful immune systems can go into overdrive when fighting COVID-19 and this can prove fatal.
Before and after satellite images show the impact of coronavirus containment measures on cities worldwide.
A spokesman for the coalition says there are no casualties from the attacks blamed on Yemen's Houthi rebels.
In new report, Human Rights Watch claims Egyptian security forces tortured children as young as 12 in custody.
Five years after the start of the war, the US continues to support a Saudi-led coalition accused of war crimes.
Projectiles fell 2km from the US embassy and there were no immediate reports of casualties, military official says.