Khalid Latif, an NYU imam and New York Police Department chaplain, heads a group redefining what it means to be Muslim in the US today.
When Viviani Husin and her husband decided to get married, she never imagined that less than a decade later, they would be forced to say goodbye.
A cheeky little showcase of sassy slips and saucy separates.
Break away from the norm in candy-coloured fashion.
Prophet Muhammad considered Khadijah to be a perfect woman, together with their daughter Fatima, the sister of Moses, and the mother of Jesus.
Modern Muslim women wear many hats—or, in this case, hijabs. So let’s have a little fun with different hijab styles for today’s beautiful hijabis.
Taking over the care of a child from disadvantaged parents is often tricky or complicated. Mariam Mokhtar compares former and...
The Singapore Grand Prix has blown the minds of F1 fans for years. The only night GP race is world-class thanks in no small part to these three Muslim ladies.
Flayed by a fire she began herself, Aatifa's childlike frame is painstakingly wrapped in thick bandages -- her shrieks of "Allah" echoing around the hospital ward where surgeons prepare to graft skin back on to her skeletal torso.
Stay hip while you're on the road, no matter what the occasion.
Corals and colours make up this season's makeup trends.
A tribute to Jack Kerouac.
It’s not always easy to live by your principles – but it’s always worth the effort.
This simple recipe will nourish your skin, giving it some respite from the mass-market variety of makeup.
Having two distinct cultures presents both complexities and thrills, says Dina Toki-o.
Somalia needs aid but only to help it stand on its own two feet. Dr Hawa Abdi tells Sya Taha about her hopes for Somalia’s future.
With a near-perfect GPA, Raeni credits her parents' support for her university success.
Marking a return to her Aquila Style column, Dina Toki-O shares details of her big day and explains the basics of nikkah and walima.
While every new mother needs a helping hand, deciding what’s too much for you is a skill worth learning.
Maryam Yusof opens up about the paths of her hijab journey.
Confident that her daughter would follow in her footsteps while growing up, Krista Bremer was surprised when Aliya decided to wear the headscarf instead.