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?
Welcome to Part Two of our Muslim Pioneers season. This time: Abū ʿUthman ʿAmr ibn Baḥr al-Kinānī al-Baṣrī – known as Al Jahiz. Find out what he did here...
Welcome to Part One of our Muslim Pioneers season. This time: Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi. Meet the man who influenced life-saving methods used today.
We take a look at the interesting things you may or may not have known about being British! We take a look at things from tea to language! Take a look...
English is a world language. Apart from Mandarin it’s the most widely spoken – it influences languages around the world and has been influenced by many
Muslims, Jews and Christians built a great civilization by working together in medieval Spain. We take a look at these interesting times in Spain.
With both Eids done, we look to Muharram and with it fast approaching this weekend, we thought we'd have a quick reminder of what Muharram is about.
With Freshers descending on campuses all over the country we can feel the excitement. But have you ever wondered how the first university came about?
It’s International Women’s Day this week, and what better way to celebrate the ladies than by remembering the …
The latest Ummahsonic blog looks at some of the Muslims who became heroes in the two World Wars, and why it's vital to honour them