Today, in the 21st century, how far are you ready to go for what you believe in?
Among the early immigrants who left Makkah for Madinah when persecution of the Muslims in Makkah reached its peak.
The Nusayriyyah sect is attributed to Muhammad b. Nusayr al-Basrî, a slave of Banî Numayr, originally from Persia, from Khuzistân.
Tibetan Muslims continue to cherish their hybrid identity which combines the Islamic faith and Tibetan traditions.
Sakena Yacoobi is relentlessly pursuing the cause of education and health in war-torn Afghanistan.
“Maryam Mirzakhani’s death is a big loss and shock to the mathematical community worldwide…”
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A Companion of the Prophet (s.a.w) and one of the ten who were explicitly promised paradise.
An Ansari woman who embraced Islam and became a believer before the Prophet’s (s.a.w) immigration to Madinah.
The struggle for India’s independence brought into limelight iconic leaders and brave heroes whom we honour.
Co-founded by Maruf Yusupov and Jamoliddin Daliyev
Muslims privileged to have known her and her contributions, will mourn her passing with the ‘To God we belong and to Him is our return’ refrain on their lips, their hearts.
This essay by the American journalist, Michael Jansen, written in 1974, is a remarkable account of a new Muslim convert’s first impressions of the practical tour of Islam’s faith-universe: the Hajj.
Two recent International awards for Silverline Realty and TransIT mPower have brought prime recognition for Muslim enterpreneurship and
A moving anecdotal reminiscence by Tasneem Ebrahim, written on the basis of her own intimate, personal, memories of her father.