Modern Muslim Living

Photo Credit Hanouneh
Hip hop hooray with Hanouneh

Hanouneh has spent part of her life in Palestine but is based in Sweden. She has worked closely with many of the finest arists on the Middle Eastern hip hop scene and is part of Beirut collective “961 Underground Family,” with whom she performed at Vena Festival in Lodz, Poland in 2007.

Photo Credit: NA3M
Gaming spotlight: Saudi Girl Revolution

Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the heroines of Saudi Girl Revolution are a badass group of Saudi women who come together in a government enforced camp. Rising out of this brutality the women build and race suped-up motorcycles. Their mission; to fight the evil tyrannical rulers of the corrupted Arabian Empire

Photo Credit: Mazmazel
Mad about Madmazel

Get mesmerized by the hauntingly beautiful voice of Iranian singer Madmazel. Based in Tehran, this is one artist whose voice will truly captivate your attention.

This photo taken on April 24, 2015 shows a bust of the late founding father Lee Kuan Yew inside the office of the Lee Kuan Yew Centre of Innovative Cities at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). Lee Kuan Yew International Airport? A banknote with the founding Singaporean leader's face on it? A new national holiday? The death of the widely revered leader known as "LKY" last month has sparked a vigorous debate in Singapore over how to honour its first prime minister, who famously disdained personal monuments. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN
Banknotes or airport? Singapore mulls Lee Kuan Yew tribute

Lee Kuan Yew International Airport? A banknote with the founding Singaporean leader’s face on it? A new national holiday? The death of the widely revered leader known as “LKY” last month has sparked a vigorous debate in Singapore over how to honour its first prime minister, who famously disdained personal monuments.

In the build up to the 2014 London Marathon, Ahlulbayt TV documented the incredible story of Hasnain Syed in this acclaimed documentary feature. An awe-inspiring story that will leave you in tears.
Breathe: One Man’s Journey

In the build up to the 2014 London Marathon, Ahlulbayt TV documented the incredible story of Hasnain Syed in this acclaimed documentary feature. An awe-inspiring story that will leave you in tears.

Prince Fahad al Saud grew up playing video games, but as an Arab, he didn't always identify with the villains on screen, many of them depicted as Middle Eastern. He started NAM (New Arab Media) to make games that people – especially girls – in his home country of Saudi Arabia could better relate to.
The Saudi prince improving gaming for the Middle East

Prince Fahad al Saud grew up playing video games, but as an Arab, he didn’t always identify with the villains on screen, many of them depicted as Middle Eastern. He started NAM (New Arab Media) to make games that people – especially girls – in his home country of Saudi Arabia could better relate to.

Khadija Gbla grew up in Sierra Leone. As a young girl, she was subjected to Female Genital Mutilation. As a woman, she lives with the consequences of FGM everyday. She is determined that this form of abuse against young girls will end, and she wants to end it in her lifetime.
Born a girl in the wrong place by Khadija Gbla

Khadija Gbla grew up in Sierra Leone. As a young girl, she was subjected to Female Genital Mutilation. As a woman, she lives with the consequences of FGM everyday. She is determined that this form of abuse against young girls will end, and she wants to end it in her lifetime.

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