The response to yesterday’s tragic terror attack in Westminster proves that London doesn’t so much as rise out of the ashes as stroll right through them
Our thoughts are with those affected by yesterday’s tragic events in Westminster, and we stand with all the Londoners by not giving in to fear or division.
Maria Toorpakai defied Taliban law in rural Pakistan so she could play squash. The documentary, Girl Unbound: The War to Be Her, tells her remarkable story.
In the build up to International Women’s Day, #DearSister started trending as Muslim women described the unreasonable expectations they’ve had to deal with.
The world is crushing on Mahershala Ali right now, and we’re not going to be the crew to hop off this bandwagon. Here are some more reasons to love him.
Are you a person who’s heard of the Academy Award winning ‘Moonlight’ star & Muslim Mahershala Ali but not actually seen Moonlight? Then read on, my friend.
To celebrate the life of the late Labour MP Jo Cox, who was murdered last June, street parties, picnics and bake-offs will be held across the UK this summer
Some amazing American Muslims helped raise over $125,000 to repair a Jewish cemetery after it was vandalised and the story is sending love around the US.
Mayor Sadiq Khan is celebrating the openness of the capital by hosting a free screening of the Oscar-nominated film ‘The Salesman’ in Trafalgar Square.
Being kind to your fellow man makes you happier, healthier, and a better Muslim. Do you need more reasons to get involved with Random Acts of Kindness Day?
Without immigration, Britain would be stuck listening to indie music, food would be bland or burnt & some of the country’s best artwork would not exist!
It’s the digital age, folks, and lots of young people are dreaming about becoming the Next Big Thing by inventing or launching a technology business.