The film recounts an experience a Muslim woman had on a flight, when cabin crew were alerted after someone saw her text ‘Allah’ to a friend.
The Muslim Sisterhood project celebrates Muslim women in London in all their diverse, confident and extremely cool glory.
Most of Sabah’s work - which is both realist and surrealist - embodies the harsh and gritty reality of war.
Yasin Osman, an award-winning photographer, photojournalist and educator from Toronto, is doing some incredible things with his camera.
Amina Adan, known on Instagram as Mina Shoots, is a British Somali photographer from London whose subjects always shine through in unfussy compositions.
163 För Evigt by singer-songwriter Cherrie is flying across the net. Here’s why you need to hop on the Somali Swedish future-superstar’s bandwagon right now
The project, which was organised by Historic England, documents over a century of black and Asian life in the UK. We take a look at Another England.
The photos on the Instagram Vintage Somalia prove that there was once so much more to the East African country than conflict, suffering and instability.
During the recent celebrations for Eid al-Adha, Kobe Subramaniam shot a few pics at Central Mosque in Cape Coast, Ghana. They’re sunny, vibrant and joyous.
Maaria Lohiya is a photographer who graces her followers with photos of the places she goes and the people she sees, like these portraits of Palestinians.
Riz Ahmed won for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for his role in The Night Of, making him the first Muslim to win an Emmy for acting.
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.
After thirteen terrific instalments, we’re bidding farewell to The Young Muslim Artists You Need to Follow on Instagram series. What a wild ride it’s been.
This is the penultimate Young Muslim Artist You Need to Follow on Instagram :’( So make sure to check out the work of the very talented Elhaam Sahebdin.
We know you’ve been inspired by the spoken word artists we’ve featured this Ramadan, so we want you to try your hand for our Spoken Word Challenge.