Now that six months have elapsed since it launched, we thought it was time to catch up with the Muslim vloggers taking part in Creators for Change.
For all her efforts, Alizeh has been nominated for The Young Citizen of the Year Award, an honour highlighting young high flyers in her local area.
The Somali born runner, who has won 10 international titles, including four Olympic Gold medals, was knighted for his services to athletics.
In incredible courtroom scenes, the victim’s father, Dr. Abdul-Munim Sombat Jitmoud, offered his forgiveness to 24-year-old Trey Alexander Relford.
All of the posts on Places You’ll Pray remind us that Islam can be observed no matter your environment, whether its natural or manmade.
Interfaith efforts take place all across the UK. As we love to embrace positive vibes, we are huge fans of these organisations and the work they accomplish.
The cover gives no space to trends or makeup. Instead, it features mixed-race model Adwoa Aboah and a roll call of famous names, including Sadiq Khan.
Khudadad Khan served in the British Indian Army. He was awarded the Victoria Cross for his gallantry at the First Battle of Ypres in 1914.
This FAQ gives you the chance to learn more about us without having to slide in our DMs or risk an argument with a random stranger in the Facebook comments.
Following this week’s terror attack in New York City, the usual gaggle of online bigots jumped on the tragedy in order to push their own hateful agenda.
The event, which took place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, was put on by London-based Doctor, Fahreen Mir, and human rights barrister, Sultana Tafadar.
The best memes about growing up Muslim. What more could you want?
The Hijabi Monologues repositions the narrative surrounding hijabis, who are the most talked about symbol of Islam and yet the most voiceless.
Much like Halloween, Halal-ween is a chance to watch spooky films and eat your body weight in sugar, while avoiding the more occult aspects of the day.