by Nadine Arab
A group of black British Muslims just launched a series of videos exploring stories and dialogue around being black and Muslim in Britain. The global launch of the web series was on the 4th, celebrating Black History month. Even though the African Muslim community in the UK represents about 10% of its Muslim […]
by Nadine Arab
A 91-year-old retired Imam opened up, about how he found his way to Islam, during a podcast interview. Imam Abdur-Rahim Rashada, the first Muslim in Saginaw, Michigan, said that it all started when he got invited to a meeting by Nation of Islam, a political and religious group that preaches black liberation, separatism […]
From the very second each and every one of us is born, we’re virtually tattooed, says Ahmed B. Ashmawy. The 24-year-old Egyptian who is an Architecture graduate teamed up with Colombian photographer Julián Velásquez to create a powerful photograph. “Birth certificates, academic degrees, civil IDs and passports are all part of who you’re supposed to be and […]
Social media is saturated with a million and one pieces of inspiration. Between fashion and art, to quotes that make no sense, yet somehow leave you so connected. Yes, we all know the ones I’m talking about. Dana Hourani, a Dubai-based blogger also known as D.Tales holds the perfect balance of all the above, she is […]
On Wednesday night, hundreds of thousands of Egyptians took to the streets of Cairo cheering and celebrating. Some might think that it was because Egypt qualified to the finals of the Africa Cup of Nations, but we like to think that it was because Beyonce had just announced that she’s expecting twins on Instagram! […]
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