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.
This is the true Muslim way. Muslim Volunteers Help to Rebuild Church in Mosul
Last week, Google Doodle immortalised the late British architect Dame Zaha Hadid, the architect behind some of the most iconic buildings in the world.
Following the Canadian Prime Minister’s wonderful Ramadan message, let’s take a look at the other qualities that make Trudeau such a popular world leader.
An A&E consultant has praised the Muslims who helped and treated many of the victims of Saturday’s terror attack in London Bridge.
Following last night’s attack in Manchester, numerous examples of human kindness and bravery have flooded social media. These are only a handful of them.
Last night a horrific terrorist attack took place in the city of Manchester. Here are some of the different ways you can help the victims and their families
We will hear of similar acts of bravery as the hours pass. While these terrorist acts attempt to divide us, they ultimately show how united we are
YouTube has carefully selected a group of vloggers whose work fosters productive dialogues about important social issues and many of them are Muslim.
Islamoji features images that reflect Muslim people. The aim of the app is simple: to increase representation through a form of communication we all use.
We’re turning our attention to Muslim female entrepreneurs, who are showing their entrepreneurial spirit by launching their own businesses.
After a particularly nasty troll tweeted their ‘views’ on the hijab to a Muslim girl, she shut them down by posting a screenshot of a text from her dad.