After ISIS infiltrated Marawi, south Philippines, a Muslim called Norodin Lucman shielded 64 Christians from militants as they rampaged through the city.
This week Obama proved that he’s the most popular on twitter, by having the most liked ever tweet. We loved the tweet too!
We were recently rampaging through Twitter when we stumbled across a selection of the most epic wedding photos of all time, featuring the raddest couple.
We’re highlighting the efforts of 3 Muslim women who are working to improve the lives of their fellow sisters through activism, education and social media.
If you’re too broke to skip the country for a sun-drenched foreign climate, read our tips on staying positive during the premature death of UK summer 2017.
The Muslim community in Devizes, a market town in Wiltshire, raised £726 for their local food bank, an important effort that proves charity begins at home.
The new poster campaign in Boston encourages citizens to intervene, in a non-confrontational way, if they encounter a Muslim being harassed.
Tales of graduate glory continued this week with the news that Allan Hennessy, a blind former refugee, had achieved a first class law degree from Cambridge.
Esma Voloder is not only Miss World Australia, she’s a Criminal Profiler who is tackling injustice.
Mosul Eye’s campaign to bring books back to the library shows that knowledge, education and a willingness to learn can never be beaten.
Hey everyone it’s Friday. We’re already feeling the weekend vibes and the only thing we want slammed into our eyeballs is a hefty dose of joy and happiness.
Pride represents an attitude we should all hold: One of openness, inclusion and - perhaps most importantly - a determination to have a really good time.
While the city has experienced tragedy these past few months, people have always responded with a show of unity. Things were no different earlier this week.
The terror attack in Finsbury Park last night was an Islamophobic hate crime. However, we must not let it prevent us from expressing our faith this Ramadan.
A west London street was lined with a red table cloth, the cloth covered with food for an iftar meal, to help people affected by the Grenfell fire.
Many of us woke to the news of a fire in Grenfell Tower, a block of flats in west London. Today there have been many accounts of heroism.
On Sunday, a mosque welcomed hundreds of people through its doors and a group of Muslims gave away 3,000 roses on London Bridge.