At the beginning of January, an intense winter snow fell in the Sahara Desert in Algeria, near the town of Ain Safra.
New Year's Eve is a day that unites everyone regardless of their race, ethnicity or religious beliefs. It sends ripples of celebration across the globe.
if you're looking for some effective (and realistic) ways of changing your life for the better this year read on because we’ve got three recommendations.
A self-described 'non-journalist', the blogger began pumping out a litany of information about ISIS’s occupation of his home city.
New Year’s Eve. It’s loud, it’s brash, it’s vastly overrated; and even if you lock yourself in the cupboard you’re bound to have a few of these thoughts.
In true ‘it’s almost the end of the year and this is the internet’, we’re going to run through some of our favourite bits of content from 2017.
Earlier this month, the Mayor of London visited the two countries to promote business between the capital and cities like Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad.
Last week, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani made the statement about Daesh in an address broadcast live on state TV.
In NYC, a corner shop is called a bodega. One Instagram account is championing the cats that lounge among the shelves in these beloved community hubs.
Although the Rohingya have lived in the region for centuries, Myanmar does not recognise the ethnic minority as one of its ‘national races’.
Amidst the big names that dominate headlines, there are tech start-ups creating apps that can really assist Muslims in their daily lives. Check them out.
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.
Google can answer almost every query in the world. That may be why loads of people use it to ask so many questions about Islam. Here are some of the oddest.
By registering to vote and engaging with the democracy, you can address the issues that affect you by choosing the candidate that best represents your needs
In a statement, Snapchat said: “We wanted to give you the option of allowing the recipient to enjoy your Snap as long as they’d like.” Very, interesting...
BREAKING: Earlier today, Prime Minister Theresa May walked out of 10 Downing Street to tell the country that there will be a snap General Election on June 8
A recent headline in the Independent seemed to suggest that a millionaire Sheikh was building a replica of Shepherd’s Bush in Oman. But was the story fake?