Sabrina Marican and Wirda Elliesa are young Muslimahs who are breaking the taboo around lingerie with their brand - Luxegerie. Shruti Gattani rounds up both ladies and finds out how they are encouraging women to look good, while sticking to their beliefs.
Jo Arrem examines misconceptions and the solutions that Muslim communities use to overcome falsehoods that persist around them and their faith.
Ambitious and apolitical, self-described "good Uighur" Abdulhabir Muhammad initially conceals his proud ethnic identity from his Chinese clients.
Some of these cringe-worthy photos reflect longstanding stereotyping of Muslims and Arabs. Others are just plain weird.
A trending hashtag on Twitter unearths honest experiences of being Muslim while poking fun at reporters’ double standards.
A Muslim who doesn't "look Muslim" can end up in some awkward, ugly and unexpected encounters.
Fox News presents biased coverage, especially when it comes to covering Muslims or the teachings of Islam. Here we look at why they are wrong.
Amenakin pens her response to the aftermath of a violent attack on the streets of London.
Laughter IS the best medicine – Shazia Mirza should know; she chose being a comedian over a doctor! Learn more about how Shazia shakes off the stereotypes.
How reliable are first impressions? Not very, says Dina Toki-O.
Having two distinct cultures presents both complexities and thrills, says Dina Toki-o.