Finding a hijab style that flatters your face shape is easy. Dina Toki-O shows you how.
Maryam Yusof walks us through the dress code of Malay-Muslim weddings in Singapore.
Indonesian stand-up comedian Sakdiyah Ma’ruf challenges women’s issues and religious extremism with her razor-sharp wit.
The use of alcohol, whether within Muslim societies or not, cannot continue to be swept under the carpet if solutions are to be found.
Fatima Fakier reports on the the cultural influences of segregation in sport and what the consequences of increased segregation would be.
Isra Hashmi recommends these books to get children to love reading.
From George Lincoln Rockwell attending a Nation of Islam summit in 1961 to Bosnian Muslims having a prayer in 1943, these are extremely rare photos of Muslims in history you don't really want to miss.
Dr. Ingrid Mattson was told that dogs are haram when she first converted to Islam. But the issue is way more nuanced than that. Can Muslims have dogs?
Sya Taha takes a look at relevant verses in the Qur’an to examine how permissible the fast food giant’s offerings really are.
Confident that her daughter would follow in her footsteps while growing up, Krista Bremer was surprised when Aliya decided to wear the headscarf instead.
She has broken a multitude of ‘glass ceilings’, thanks in part to her inclusive, supportive upbringing.
This three-minute video shows some touching responses from passers-by – especially the brother at the end, who certainly goes out of his way to show his support.
Despite remaining as one of the most controversial and misunderstood branches of Islam, Sufism is growing fast.
It’s not always easy to live by your principles – but it’s always worth the effort.
Some Muslim women worry that wearing hijab will cause potential partners to overlook them. Are such fears justified?
Examining the threat that climate change poses to women.
Walking the talk is Mona Eltahawy, award-winning columnist and international public speaker on Muslim issues. By fellow journalist and activist, Raquel Evita Saraswati.
Like any other item in your wardrobe, there are also staples for hijabs. Maryam Yusof shares some go-to scarves.
In the second of this two-part feature, we capture and showcase even more modest and fabulous bloggers and ask them what sparked their journeys.
YazTheSpaz shares her journey of wearing the hijab, the trials and tribulations she faces, her hijabi evolution, and her advice to fellow sisters making that transition.
Take a trip through these handy tips to make your next holiday abroad even more delectable.