The arrival of a woman at the mosque bearing flowers was a “beautiful gesture”, one that meant a lot to the Muslim community, a senior member of the mosque said.
Arabic videos used in the most recent Garda recruitment drive were viewed more than 10,000 times — the most popular foreign language version of the campaign.
As Limerick CivicTrust launches its annual series of lectures, chief executive David O’Brien tells Pádraig Hoare about its work forging business and community partnerships.
Brexit, Trumpism, developers, censorship, architecture, and integration are among topics that will be explored during Limerick Civic Trust’s six-week autumn lecture series, beginning this month.
ONE of the many gifts sport offers is an economy of language; a battery of pithy philosophies that express truths that would, in a sane world, be more widely embraced.
There are 63,400 practising Muslims living in Ireland and approximately 50 mosques and prayer centres within the State, with five Muslim clergymen or qualified imams.
World Hijab Day is a good time to acknowledge that states such as Saudi Arabia peddle an extreme form of the religion, says TP O’Mahony.
In this centenary year, Joyce Fegan asks eight diverse people about Irishness and their identity
Muslim leaders in Ireland have united to condemn the Brussels attacks but have urged people to view all terror atrocities, including recently in Turkey, as equally appalling.
Muslims from different parts of the country are to hold a “Not in our Name” demonstration on Dublin’s O’Connell Street in protest against the atrocities inspired by terror group Islamic State.
A Muslim leader in Ireland is to launch a new “anti-radicalisation” website on Thursday in a bid to eliminate the threat posed by extremism.
Gardaí have taken forensic and DNA samples from a public phone box where a caller citing Islamic State issued a bomb warning to the Kildare plant of US computer giant Intel.
A leading Muslim cleric has said that Islamic leaders in Ireland have to accept there was a problem “of extremism and radicalisation” among young people and to take action to address it.
Ó Ríordáin ‘expects’ referendum on blasphemy this year
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