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.
As more women take to the outdoors, and as more people become aware of the dangers of UV rays, love it or hate it, the burkini is here to stay.
It is best to open the door when opportunity comes knocking. That is exactly what Noor Hamad Al-Thani did when she was invited to feature her collection at an Italian fashion week.
Joining the super-hot ranks of the Jackie O, Wayfarer and Aviator are two retro designs, the boxy sunglass and the cat eye… meow!
‘Believe me, my dear Miss Elizabeth, that your modesty, so far from doing you any disservice, rather adds to your other perfections’
Education is a necessity, not a luxury. That’s why Nur Hanifah runs a free school in Bogor, West Java. We find out why—and how—she does it.
Summertime and the livin' is easy...
After years of absence from the spotlight, Mélanie Georgiades, the former French rapper Diam’s, speaks out about her conversion to Islam.
It may seem counter-intuitive on the surface, but this method is making true believers out of women across the world. Amenakin fills you in!
YazTheSpaz shares a few simple yet valuable tips on squeezing the most out of your wardrobe.
The Olympic Games bring tales of glory and setbacks. Inspiring ones abound, but few match up to the one of an underdog, Samia Yusuf Omar, who lost the race but won the hearts of many.
Many of the world’s super-rich live in Muslim-majority countries with extremely wide income gaps. Where do we draw the line of "excessive"?
From hospitals that cared to scholars who shared, early Muslims were so progressive that we continue to benefit from their work today.
A signature hijab style helps tell the story that is you. Shea Rasol offers some advice on how to find it
Walking the talk is Mona Eltahawy, award-winning columnist and international public speaker on Muslim issues. By fellow journalist and activist, Raquel Evita Saraswati.
The overwhelming focus on hijab contradicts the principles of modesty and moderation, writes Sya Taha.