Islam, Muslim, Religion

Muslims Mark The End Of Ramadan

After a month of fasting, prayer and alms-giving, Muslims around the world from Moscow to Jakarta to Dearborn, Michigan, will welcome the end of Ramadan this week with Eid al-Fitr celebrations. Here’s a look at the celebrations and everything you need to know about one of the most important days for practicing Muslims. What is… Read More Muslims Mark The End Of Ramadan

Faith, Islam, Muslim, Women

Magazine about Muslim Women Aims to Highlight Diversity

  A woman is excluded from her father’s funeral. A feminist removes her headscarf for a day. A Uganda-born singer and social worker from Norway questions her identity. An internationally-renowned Egyptian author makes a strong case for harnessing creativity in the face of patriachy. These are just some of the articles that launched a new… Read More Magazine about Muslim Women Aims to Highlight Diversity

Christianity, Church, Culture, Current events, Islam, Muslim, Religion, Religious Education

Fear Of Religious Education Underscores The Need For It

Fear Of Religious Education Underscores The Need For It During the first week of his world religions class at Texas State University, religious studies Professor Joseph Laycock shows his students a slide of how McDonald’s, which serves customers in 119 countries, offers different menu items in different parts of the world. In Israel, the Golden… Read More Fear Of Religious Education Underscores The Need For It