The newly built mosque in the Turkish city of Kırşehir features an incredible, woodland-and-waterfall inspired interior for congregants to worship in.
After ISIS infiltrated Marawi, south Philippines, a Muslim called Norodin Lucman shielded 64 Christians from militants as they rampaged through the city.
In Aleppo, 6-year-old Nour is training to become a Karate champ despite her city being reduced to rubble by the conflict in her home country of Syria.
This week Obama proved that he’s the most popular on twitter, by having the most liked ever tweet. We loved the tweet too!
Teens across the country will wake up this morning feeling either a slight tinge of smugness or a moment of blind panic about their a-level results.
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.
Ayesha Razak is a globe-trotting gourmand who makes you look at the grey British skies and think, ‘why me? Why am I confined to a Tesco meal deal?’
Mr Tee is an ice cream man and cult hero from Wrexham whose ridiculously outrageous ice cream concoctions make Willy Wonka look like an insurance salesman.
We’re here to give you a few tips on what to do once you’ve received your grades (WHICH COME OUT AUGUST 17), as well as a few reassuring slices of reality.
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.
Josh Blair wants to thank the cab driver who returned his wallet after he left it in the taxi on the ride home from his 25th birthday party in Manchester.
In her first guest blog for Ummahsonic, one of our favourite foodies, Halal Girl About Town, introduces us to her five favourite restaurants in London.
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.
Moeen Ali just became the first player ever to take a match-winning hat-trick at The Oval. So how did a kid from Birmingham become an England cricket star?
Every corner of the globe has had an influence on the history of playing cards, from the Far East to Persian empires; from the Moors to French printmakers.
The mark the recent passing of MS Paint (and even more recent return) we took to the beloved Windows program to create our own Muslim-based masterpieces.