Interfaith efforts take place all across the UK. As we love to embrace positive vibes, we are huge fans of these organisations and the work they accomplish.
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
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.
The newly built mosque in the Turkish city of Kırşehir features an incredible, woodland-and-waterfall inspired interior for congregants to worship in.
We were recently reminiscing about iftars, so we scoured the net for a few examples of famous, unique or noteworthy iftar meals from around the globe.
HMJMT is a platform for Muslim teens to share memes that are, by and large, related to Islam and growing up Muslim. And it’s one of our fave fb pages.
Ramadan has come to an end and Eid al-Fitr is here. Here are some of the things Muslims experience during the celebrations.
The pics show hundreds of Syrians, many of them children, eating iftar at a colourful table, its vivid layout sitting in contrast to the surrounding rubble.
A-Z Islamic Sign Language will include an illustrative book, as well as an app, that will increase learning opportunities for deaf Muslims & their families.
Nour shows how domestic violence has no place in any faith while stressing how crucial it is to extend a hand to those who may be suffering in silence.
‘A Staff Gorilla’. ‘Martial Arts’. ‘Salman I Like Him’. These are the Arabic words and phrases most commonly misheard, mispronounced and downright destroyed
Apps like Muzmatch, Minder and Salaam Swipe are all offering Muslims the chance to meet their perfect partner from the phone in the palm of their hand.
It’s World Earth Day. To celebrate, let’s look at verses from the Quran which illustrate the planet’s enduring beauty – something we must embrace as Muslims