Coronavirus In Minnesota: Muslim Community Staying Virtually Connected During RamadanMosques all over the Twin Cities have adjusted their services since many families will be staying home and praying.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Call To Prayer To Be Broadcasted 5 Times Daily In Minneapolis During RamadanThe broadcast will be generated from the Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque and organizers expect it will reach thousands of residents, from sunrise to shortly after sunset.
Muslim Family Asks For Apology From Red Lobster After Alleged DiscriminationCAIR Minn. is calling for Red Lobster to give an apology after a Muslim family says it was discriminated against in Rochester.
Minn. Muslim Students Discuss What Ramadan Means To ThemMuslims across the globe are observing the holy month of Ramadan, Including those still in school.
Amazon Warehouse Workers Protest ‘Unfair’ Workloads During RamadanDozens of Amazon workers are voicing their concerns over unfair conditions at company warehouses.
Teenage Boxer Finds Balance In Fighting And FastingA local elite teenage boxer is trying to fight her way to the highest level of the sport while fasting for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Muslims Celebrating End Of RamadanHundreds of worshipers came to Sunday morning prayer at National Sports Center in Blaine.
MN Christians Reach Out To Muslims During RamadanDuring the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, Metro area churches and mosques are teaming up to give Minnesotans a chance to learn about different faiths.
Parents Question Choice To Sing 'Allahu Akbar' At Holiday ConcertSome parents in the Anoka-Hennepin School District are questioning a choir teacher's decision to use a song about Ramadan performed in Arabic at a holiday concert.
4 Things To Know: Ramadan Ends, Robot Hotels BeginThese are the four stories you need to know about from Friday, July 17. They include a shocking rampage in Tennessee, an eye-opening new hotel in Japan and a very important audition opportunity right here in the Twin Cities.
Somalis To Boycott MOA For Celebration In Stand With Black Lives MatterSome in the Twin Cities Somali community are boycotting the Mall of America for their end of Ramadan celebration this week because of charges against Black Lives Matter protesters in connection to a rally held on one of the busiest shopping days of last year.