Unlike many doctors and hospitals in the 'modern' world today, Al-Zahrawi insisted on seeing patients regardless of their financial status. By seeing a wide variety of patients every day and recording his treatment of them, he left behind a very valuable text of medical knowledge that he called Al-Tasrif.
Every week, millions of people tune in to watch Iraqi comedian Ahmed Albasheer lampoon ISIS on his version of The Daily Show. Here's how he's fighting misery with satire.
Mjd Kadi is a precocious 23-year-old artist whose keen eye in details is clearly reflected in his work. Born in Syria and currently residing in Al Ain in United Arab Emirates, Mid is a proud alumni of the MOCAfest held in Dubai last year.
Athletic Muslim girls in Minneapolis found their traditional clothing interfered with playing sports. Their solution: design their own sports attire that met both religious and physical requirements.
The Muslim Council of Britain warned people fasting for Ramadan to take extra care, and said Islamic law allowed the sick and vulnerable to break the daytime fast during extreme conditions.
Turkmenistan reported its hottest June on record Wednesday, as a heat wave envelops former Soviet Central Asia.
Inflation rose in Indonesia in June as tens of millions of Muslims observing the Islamic holy month spent extra cash on food, government data showed Wednesday.
Chada El-Islam Benmahcene spoke about persistence in vision and how setting a vision is important before engaging in any path toward success, having done volunteerism in humanitarian convoys to Gaza, India, and Lebanon’s Syrian refugee camps.
Check out this insightful documentary about Muslims in Poland shot in Warsaw, Katowice, Bialystok, and the Tatar villages of Bohoniki and Kruszyniany.
Damascus is home to some of the oldest and most revered cites in both Christianity and Islam. Growing trends in international tourism to the region are bringing visitors from abroad, whether as near as Iran or far as Australia, to experience the city.
The question of national origins remains a touchy subject in Lebanon even though the country's civil war ended two decades ago. DNA tests are bringing some clarity to the debate.
Could it be that the world's first ever snowboard was made in Turkey?
It's a world away from the glitz and glamour of Baywatch, but in time of war Gaza's most devoted lifeguard is passionate about keeping the beach a little bit safer.
Egyptian curator Medhat Abdallah laughs when reminded of the "curse of Tutankhamun" as he cleans an ancient gilded bed found in the boy king's burial chamber nearly a century ago.
Russia slammed a draft UN resolution on the Srebrenica genocide as divisive, and said it would present its own measure while the United Nations marks 20 years since the massacre.
Indonesia has set up a new team to reduce noise from mosques, an official said, as places of worship go into overdrive during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Sodas and other sugary drinks may cause up to 184,000 deaths a year worldwide, according to a study published Monday in the journal Circulation.
In the limestone quarries of Minya province south of Cairo, labourers in sandals and makeshift masks use unsheathed rotor blades to gouge the white, fossil-rich rock into house bricks.