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· U.S. COVID-19 death toll inches closer to 100,000 as country pauses for Memorial Day →
Muslims around the world on Sunday began celebrating Eid al-Fitr, a normally festive holiday marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan, with millions under strict stay-at-home orders and many fearing renewed coronavirus outbreaks.
· Palestinians easing coronavirus restrictions in West Bank →
The reopening of houses of worship, shops and factories on Tuesday will coincide with the last day of the Eid El-Fitr holiday marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
· Myanmar updates UN court on ‘confidential’ Rohingya measures →
AMSTERDAM, May 25 — Myanmar has filed a report on its adherence to measures to protect its Rohingya Muslim minority imposed by the United Nations’ highest court, but details of the document have not been published.
· Beijing vows to shield firms from US sanctions over Xinjiang →
Beijing on Monday vowed to shield a Chinese government institute and eight companies sanctioned by the US over alleged human rights violations in the restive Xinjiang region, where China is accused of mass repression of mostly Muslim minorities.
· Eid al-Fitr in Iraq: Some worshippers defying government lockdown →
Yet most Muslims are letting go of centuries-old religious rituals to help protect their communities from the virus.
· Google, Microsoft, and Amazon provide ‘essential web services’ to almost every company on US blacklist →
The companies added to the US government’s Industry and Security Bureau’s “Entity List” were accused of “human rights violations and abuses in the implementation of China’s campaign of repression, mass arbitrary detention, and high technology surveillance against the Uighurs, Kazakhs, an other members of the Muslim minority groups” in the region.
· US Muslims celebrate 'distanced' Eid al-Fitr amid COVID-19 fears →
More than three million Muslims living in the United States celebrated the end of the holy month of Ramadan on Sunday.
· Aidilfitri sermon: Don’t make a joke out of the use of staff during sermons, says minister →
KUALA LUMPUR, May 25 — Minister in the Prime Minister’ Department (Religious Affairs) Senator Datuk Seri Dr Zulkifli Mohamad Al-Bakri today advised Muslims not to joke about the use of the staff while delivering a sermon, which has gone viral on social media.
· What else happened as coronavirus swept the globe →
Hostility towards Indian Muslims has crept further into the Indian mainstream in the past five years since the country’s Hindu nationalist prime minister, Narendra Modi, was elected.
· Afghan president pledges to release up to 2,000 Taliban prisoners →
He also urged the two sides to avoid escalating violence after Eid, the festival marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.