A Palestinian bookseller in Jordan has a deep and undying belief in the power of words and learning.
Within four decades the KFIP are ranked among the most prestigious awards. To date, there are 21 KFIP laureates, who also received Nobel… more »
Known for his founding of the Shibli National College in 1883 and the Darul Mussanifin (House of Writers) in Azamgarh, in the Uttar… more »
Cauchar Birkar has become the second Iranian, after the late Maryam Mirzakhani, to win the Fields Medal, the most prestigious prize in the… more »
In today’s world two thing matter – money and power. These two factors usually make people arrogant, boastful, and out of reach of… more »
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…”
The following from this article – “the quest for knowledge, specifically knowledge which enables man to understand the true nature of things and… more »
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.