America’s Islamic Heritage Museum & Cultural Centre was founded by Amir Muhammad in 1996. It has welcomed upwards of 50,000 through its doors, introducing them to artefacts, photographs and other documents that …
Christie’s are now offering fragments of a historic text proving it in an upcoming auction – the ‘guide price’ is £80,000 to £120,000.
The Sakirin Mosque, which opened to worshippers back in 2009, was designed by Zeynep Fadilioglu – the first ever woman to design a mosque.
The animation is inspired by the life of Bilal ibn Rabah, one of Prophet Muhammad’s (pbuh) most trusted companions and the first muezzin in Islam.
Many winners of the Nobel Peace prize have been Muslim. To celebrate this week’s festivities, we’re looking at three Muslims who have taken home the gong.
The Banu Musa brothers, scholars from 9th century Baghdad, invented hundreds of devices, many of which set the foundations for modern mechanics.
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.
While it may be news to a certain Czech company, the Miswak has been used to clean teeth throughout the Middle East, Asia and Africa for over 7,000 years.
At 8 Brougham Terrace, an unassuming house in the Kensington area of Liverpool, a man called Abdullah Quilliam opened Britain’s first ever mosque in 1889.
Following World Health Day last week, let’s explore the pivotal role the ancient Islamic world played in the development of modern healthcare and medicine.
Inspirational women have always been a part of Islam, so now we want to go back - way back - and focus on the ladies who helped shape our history.
Halet Çambel was a Turkish fencer, archaeologist and pioneering Muslim woman who was honoured by Google Doodle during this year’s International Women’s Day.
Google honoured Abdul Sattar Edhi last week, but most people haven't heard of him. He was an amazing man who founded the world’s largest ambulance service.
So the Statue of Liberty that stands proudly at the entrance to New York City was originally designed as a Muslim Arab Woman. Who knew?