Muslim Lifestyle

eL Seed speaks during Fellows session 2, TED2015 - Truth and Dare, March 16-20, 2015, Kay Meek Center, West Vancouver, Canada. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED
Street Art for Hope and Peace by eL Seed

Born in France to Tunisian parents, eL Seed delights in juggling multiple cultures, languages and identities. Not least in his artwork, which sets Arabic poetry in a style inspired by street art and graffiti. In this quietly passionate talk, the artist and TED Fellow describes his central ambition: to create art so beautiful it needs no translation.

Should India review Muslim divorce?

Women's groups in India are calling for a review of the way Muslim men are able to divorce their wives. A process known as talaq - based on the Arabic word for divorce - allows Muslim men to end their marriages by pronouncing their intention three times.

With every Ramadan that passes, there are new websites, apps and memes. It’s embraced by Muslims of all ages; but is it becoming increasingly difficult to reflect and observe the holy month in an age where you’re one click away from YouTube or two swipes from Instagram?
Watch: Ramadan and Eid in the social media age

With every Ramadan that passes, there are new websites, apps and memes. It’s embraced by Muslims of all ages; but is it becoming increasingly difficult to reflect and observe the holy month in an age where you’re one click away from YouTube or two swipes from Instagram?