A Middlesbrough fan has been fined for ripping up pages of the Noble Qur’an during a football game last December, as a Birmingham court found him guilty for the religiously aggravated public order offence.
Inviting their colleagues to know more about Islam monotheism, Imperial College Islamic Society has opened the annual “Discover Islam Week” to clear misconceptions about Islam and give skeptics true answers about the growing faith.
University of Winnipeg's Muslim students get space to pray on campusThe University of Winnipeg now has a place for its Muslim students to pray while on campus.The university formally opened a Musjid, or Muslim prayer room, on Monday.Muslims pray five times a day and six times a day during Ramadan.The university’s student association collaborated with the Muslim student association to create the space in the university's Wesley Hall Basement.
US pop star Madonna has revealed that she is studying the Holy Qur’an these days as she works to build girls’ schools in Islamic countries.
“I am building schools for girls in Islamic countries and studying the Holy Qur’an,” Madonna the US pop icon said in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Agence France Presse (AFP) reported on Sunday, October 6.
“I think it is important to study all the holy books,” she added.
Digging into the history of Islam in America, students at Louisiana University will have the opportunity to get better information about Islam and Muslims in a five-week series of readings and discussions.
“Islam is the world’s second largest religion, so when it goes through a period of internal revision it affects more than just its own adherents,” Dr. Ahmad Nazir Atassi, a Tech assistant professor of history, told Shreveport Times.
Offering Americans a deeper look into the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), a leading US television network will start airing a documentary on the life of the prophet of Islam this week which may surprise American viewers.
A value in his biography (blessing and peace be upon him)
By Mohammad Mos’ad Yaqut
Britney Saint Helier described the Prophet (blessing and peace be upon him): "There are two traits in his character, the noblest traits that the humankind have, which are justice and mercy." 
By: Ashia Mohammad Al-Sharif
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
All praise and thanks be to Allah, the Lord of Al-‘Alamin, and prayer and peace be upon the best Messenger and Prophet of Allah Muhammad and be upon his family and his companions...
The Prophet's (Peace be upon him) concept of kindness to animals is based on a balanced view that combines the benefit of human beings and mercy to animals. It is a concept that does not allow cruelty, misuse, or absolute expediency. At the same time, it does not ignore the human needs for food and living conditions that require use of animals. Thus, as Islam does not allow misuse of, harming overburdening animals, it does not incline to accept the contemporary animal Humane Societies which call for preventing the killing of animals totally under the pretext of protecting their rights.
When Prophet Muḥammad (Peace be upon him) was divinely sent, he found that it was a common practice for people to be bad neighbors. Everybody used to wrong their neighbor and treat him badly. Moreover, people did not see that this behavior was a fault or a blemish to one's character. Ja’far ibn abu Talib- the cousin of Prophet Muḥammad (Peace be upon him) – described briefly the then common practice while talking to Negus, King of Ethiopia, as saying: ‘We were a nation of ignorance and evil. We used to break our family ties and treat neighbors badly”.