Following #MuslimWomensDay, we were inspired to seek out more phenomenal sisters, including three who are capturing their world through a lens.
Finding Fatimah follows a young Muslim man on the search for love in the UK, and it’s just one of the many great movies coming out this Easter holiday.
With a little help from Snapchat, Islam Awareness Week gave people across the country the opportunity to show how they’re proud Muslims and proud Brits.
Alia Youssef recently launched The Sisters Project a series ‘humanising, diversifying, and showcasing the individual narratives of Muslim women.’
An incorrect story about the origins of April Fools’ Day was once used to prank Muslims back in the early days of online trolling. So what was it all about?
We love the work of Aqsa Naveed. If you know an artist who deserves our love, shout them out in the Facebook comments and we’ll whack them on the site.
#MuslimWomensDay took place on 27 March. The campaign was launched by the website Muslim Girl to celebrate the achievements of all Muslim ladies out there.
Ummahsonic can’t be Fake News busting heroes all the time. So this week we’re stepping aside to take a look at Facebook’s new ‘Fake News Alert’ feature.
Here are some Muslim mums who are killing this whole parenting thing and posting their success on Instagram under the hashtag #MumGoals. Happy Mother’s Day!
Jamie Lorriman, the photographer who captured the picture, has come to the woman’s defence and criticised people who accused her of being ‘indifferent’.
Does your spine feel like a broken slinky? Would you rather be hit by a bus than spend another minute hunched over a laptop? We may have a solution: prayer.
Towns & cities across the country stand in solidarity with the capital by offering their own tributes to the victims of Wednesday’s terror attack in London.
A crowdfunding campaign called Muslims United for London has already raised over £9,000 for the victims of yesterday’s tragic terror attack in Westminster.
The response to yesterday’s tragic terror attack in Westminster proves that London doesn’t so much as rise out of the ashes as stroll right through them