Locals claim that Jerusalem officials and police are meting out unusual fines and tickets to worshippers during the holy month
How much chutzpah and racism does it take to call the police in order to sabotage someone else's tradition? Leave it to them
The 'Musaharati' play music to awaken Muslims who need to eat ahead of a new day of fasting. Now they claim complaints from a few Jewish families prompted police to detain them and issue fines
Here's a look at some questions and answers about Islam's holiest month, which began Wednesday in Turkey and Thursday according to the Saudi calendar
The reason given for the suspension of the race is that it would breach Muslim religious laws, among them the separation between men and women
The question of the relationship between state and religion in Tunisia, perhaps the only success story of the 2011 revolutions, has never been simple and is still a burning issue
Night passes without any special incidents as the Ramadan month of fasting nears its end
The Fairfax County Police Department said the attack was most likely not hate crime
Dalal Abdel-Qader, a 43-year-old mother, has broken into the exclusive male-only job of the 'mesaharaty.' Though she makes less than three dollars a night, she says it's 'worth millions' to her
In an audiotape circulated online Monday, spokesman Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajer praised last week's attacks in Iran's capital
At least 300 in critical condition, 2 killed, including little girl, after food poisoning hits Hassan Sham U2 refugee camp in Iraq in Ramadan meal
Since 1999, Republican and Democratic secretaries of state have nearly always marked Islam's holiest month at the State Department
Jeremy Joseph Christian had been yelling anti-Muslim slurs at two women, one of whom wearing a hijab, before fatally stabbed two men who tried to intervene
Id al-Fitr, meaning 'breaking of the fast' is one of the two main holidays in Islam.
From Istanbul to Yemen, over 350 people were killed by terror during Islam's holy month which is meant to be a time for introspection, peace and piety.
Laylat al-Qadr ('Night of Power') worshippers included visitors from a variety of countries, including Malaysia, Turkey, South Africa, the U.K. and Indonesia.
The events of recent days are reminiscent of the friction that triggered the knifing, shooting and car-ramming attacks that began in the fall.
For second day in a row, masked Muslim worshipers throw stones at police and Jewish visitors to flashpoint site.
Palestinians in Jerusalem developed a taste for the braided loaves when most of their bread came from a Jewish bakery before the first intifada.
Egypt has launched a campaign to assist the poor acquire basic food packages. As usual, it is an opportunity for fly-by-night merchants to sell the low-cost packages at market prices.
In an age of alarm clocks and smartphones, the preserver of a thousand-year-long tradition is a local hero, even though he's of a different faith.
For the past few weeks my heart has not been torn by longings; it has accepted the fact that it is in the West.
Religious, political leaders tout coexistence in town where Jews were expelled in progroms.
According to reports, the IDF surrounded the assailants' hometown near Hebron and is expected to carry out arrests and interrogate the perpetrators' families.
Racist chants and vandalism by right-wing marchers have marred controversial 'flag parade' in recent years.
The heat wave comes as Muslims are practicing dawn-to-dusk fasting during the holy month of Ramadan.
The United Arab Emirates hosted a series of Ramadan mosque lectures by dozens of cleric who warned that renovation is needed in Islam after centuries of neglect in thought left the Muslim world in disrepair.
Houthi forces fire mortars and rockets at opposition fighters as Saudi-led hit rebels.
Handing out food and alms to the poor while meting out sharp punishment to anyone caught breaking the daily fast.
Palestinians have embraced the phenomenon during the holy month of Ramadan as a way of showing their presence at Islam's third holiest site, both as a personal memento and for relatives prevented from visiting the ancient compound.