Religions

District by district, Eid al-Adha will now become a holiday where more Muslim children in the United States can look forward to celebrating outside of school.

Turkey's Religious Department, Diyanet, has embarked on a project aiming to translate and publish the Arabic text of the Holy Quran in at least 10 languages, including Albanian, Korean and Lithuanian.

The Islamic Center of England in London on Saturday held an international conference on Sahifah Sajjadiyah.

Minister of Justice Mostafa Pourmohammadi said here Saturday that Iran is a symbol of unity and convergence in the Muslim World.

The number of anti-Muslim incidents, including attacks on women and hateful graffiti, has risen sharply across France since the recent deadly attacks in Paris, two monitoring groups say.

A book titled “Beauty and Art in View of Islam” by Allameh Mohammad Taqi Ja’fari will be introduced in a ceremony today, November 14, in Rome, Italy.

Egypt’s Minister of Awqaf announced that more than 1000 mosques have been constructed in the North African country during the past year.

The Astan (custodianship) of the holy shrine of Imam Hussein (AS) in Karbala, Iraq, said preparations are being made for hosting millions of pilgrims on the upcoming occasion of Arbaeen.

The 37th edition of international competition on Quran memorization, recitaion and interpretation in Saudi Arabia has been held since November 7 in the holy city of Mecca.

Primary schools will be required to set aside teaching time for new classes on religion and ethics as part of planned changes to the national curriculum.

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