VoB are a thrash metal band from Indonesia comprised of schoolgirls Firdda Kurnia (vocals and guitar), Euis Siti Aisyah (drums) and Widi Rahmawati (bass).
Although the Rohingya have lived in the region for centuries, Myanmar does not recognise the ethnic minority as one of its ‘national races’.
Amidst the big names that dominate headlines, there are tech start-ups creating apps that can really assist Muslims in their daily lives. Check them out.
Hijabi Ent. is a group of Somali girls in Australia who vlog about everything from tough subjects like racism; to lighter stuff like games and challenges.
The current season of Project Runway features contestant Ayana Ife, a hijabi who’s fast becoming a fan favourite thanks to her slay-mongering modest wear.
The Banu Musa brothers, scholars from 9th century Baghdad, invented hundreds of devices, many of which set the foundations for modern mechanics.
Noor Inayat Khan was an Indian Muslim of noble heritage, who was posthumously awarded the George Cross due to her heroics as an allied spy during WWII.
We’ve already shown you the Eid al-Adha outfits and the global celebrations. But we can’t ignore places closer to home, right?
This is how Eid al-Adha 2017 is looking around the world
The other weekend, we were lucky enough to speak to Saliha Mahmood Ahmed, winner of Masterchef 2017, about the state of the halal food scene in the UK.
Malaysia-based makeup artist Queen of Luna is creating incredible hijab cosplay, featuring Disney princesses, horror anti-heroes and comic book heroines.
Eid mubarak everybody! To celebrate we’re going to take a look at all (possibly not all) of the things we - meaning you - go through during the event.
You might want to sit down, because you’re about to witness something #fierce enough to make your knees buckle.
The foodie behind The Halal Food Diaries is a doctor by profession, but when she’s not treating patients she’s after the best halal eats in London & beyond.
Today is GCSE results day, the day that represents your first step away from the rigours of school and on to a life of freedom and semi-adulthood.
Tasnim Jara, a Muslim bride in Bangladesh, recently elected to ditch the make-up for her wedding day, as she didn’t want to comply with societal pressures.