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Around 200 protesters in a largely Muslim part of Scotland's biggest city demonstrated over immigration.

Palestinian citizens of Israel have taken part in demonstrations in Haifa and Nazareth.

Top Islamic authority condemns Houthi ban on <em>Ramadan</em> prayers

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Top Islamic authority condemns Houthi ban on Ramadan prayers

Egypt's Al-Azhar religious authority criticised Yemen's Houthi rebels for reportedly preventing worshippers from performing nightly Taraweeh prayers in Ramadan.

Israeli forces continue crackdown on Jerusalem <em>Ramadan</em> gatherings

The New Arab Staff

Israeli forces continue crackdown on Jerusalem Ramadan gatherings

Increased restrictions on access to the Al-Aqsa mosque have sparked tensions during Ramadan.

East London mosque feeds NHS workers for iftar

The New Arab Staff

East London mosque feeds NHS workers for iftar

An East London mosque may be unable to open its doors for iftar but it can still provide meals to NHS workers and the poor.

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Canadian Muslim's 'first Christmas' with housemates goes viral

A Muslim-Canadian has amused Twitter with his Christmas commentary.

Diana Alghoul

Bahrainis protesting normalisation 'in secret' amid fears of crackdown

Bahrainis have been protesting in secret online, offline and in exile against normalisation with Israel, despite the risk of state crackdown.

The New Arab

Four-year-old Palestinian girl dies after being shot

Four-year-old Rafif Qara'een arrived unconscious at a hospital in Jerusalem on 21 May with 'severely traumatic brain injuries'.

The New Arab

Israeli private jet 'lands in Sudan' in normalisation controversy

Sudan's military has denied rumours of an Israeli jet landing in Khartoum despite controversial moves to normalise ties between the two ...

Lebanon town threatens Syrians in discriminatory Eid restrictions

The New Arab

Lebanon town threatens Syrians in discriminatory Eid restrictions

Syrian residents of a south Lebanon town could get exiled for visiting family members during Eid, while no measures were imposed on their ...

The New Arab & agencies

24-year-old survivor recalls horror of Pakistan plane crash

Ninety-seven people were killed after a passenger plane crashed into a residential area in Pakistan's Karachi, authorities confirmed.

Indian fire kills 3, including 16-year-old girl, in Kashmir

The New Arab & agencies

Indian fire kills 3, including 16-year-old girl, in Kashmir

A Pakistani district administration official said Indian artillery fire hit Pakistani posts and two villages as residents were breaking their ...

Pakistan PM requests special <em>Ramadan</em> broadcast of Turkish series

The New Arab

Pakistan PM requests special Ramadan broadcast of Turkish series

Pakistan's prime minister has personally requested the broadcast of television series 'Dirilis: Ertugrul', which is known as the Turkish 'Game ...

Fears raised in Iran of 'fresh outbreak' of virus

The New Arab & agencies

Fears raised in Iran of 'fresh outbreak' of virus

Health ministry spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour said Iran has now recorded 89,328 cases of Covid-19, including 1,134 over the past 24 hours, since ...

<em>Ramadan</em> robbed of joy for Rohingya refugees under lockdown

Anu Shukla

Ramadan robbed of joy for Rohingya refugees under lockdown

With lockdown measures and food shortages at refugee camps, Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh face a challenging Ramadan.

The New Arab

Are Palestinians on the cusp of a coronavirus outbreak?

Confirmed cases among Palestinians in Israel and the occupied West Bank are proportionally very low, but here’s why that will change.

Mel Plant

One year on, Sudan's revolution hangs in the balance

In-depth: Hopes for peace and justice remain unclear a year after the start of Sudan's revolution, Mel Plant writes.

Ali M Latifi and Ehsanullah Ehsan

Surviving Kunduz: Crime and violence swamp neglected Afghan city

Kunduz residents say the situation in their province has deteriorated due to a lack of governance, a resurgent Taliban and an increasing crime ...

The New Arab

Sudan's military junta killed more protesters than Bashir

Almost 250 people have been killed since protests began to sweep Sudan last December, and the vast majority lost their lives after the overthrow ...

Sudan general vows 'gallows' for perpetrators of Khartoum massacre

The New Arab & agencies

Sudan general vows 'gallows' for perpetrators of Khartoum massacre

The deputy leader of Sudan's military junta, Mohammad Hamdan Daglo, is widely seen as responsible for the killing of 118 protesters ...

The New Arab & agencies

Quds Day protesters rally against 'Deal of the Century'

Protesters burned effigies of Trump and the Israeli flag as Quds Day rallies took place across Iran-backed pockets of the Middle East, just ...

Palestinian prime minister rejects 'stillborn' Bahrain conference

The New Arab

Palestinian prime minister rejects 'stillborn' Bahrain conference

Palestinian Authority Prime Minister described an upcoming US-sponsored economic conference in Bahrain as 'stillborn' and thanked the ...

Iranian FM in Baghdad to meet with Iraq officials

The New Arab & agencies

Iranian FM in Baghdad to meet with Iraq officials

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif arrived in Baghdad on Saturday for an unannounced visit.

Khamenei criticizes Iranian president, foreign minister over nuclear deal

The New Arab & agencies

Khamenei criticizes Iranian president, foreign minister over nuclear deal

In extraordinary comments, Iran's Supreme Leader criticized the country's president and its foreign minister, over their handling of the 2015 ...

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