On Saturday 23rd August, the Museum of London held an event to celebrate the culmination of the Project ‘What Muslims Wear’. The project, coordinated by Halima Khatun and supported by the Arts Council England, aimed to curate outfits to represent the diverse Muslim population in London. 710 more words
By Grant Taylor – The West Australian
As a proud and outspoken Muslim, Anne Aly has also become a target for anti-Islamic hate groups.
The Curtin University lecturer – who chooses not to wear a hijab and denounces Muslim extremists – has been bombarded with hate mail after a recent interview in which she defended Islam as a religion of peace. 94 more words
Hey folks, it’s not all bad news out there! Believe for change. Believe for better. There is power in hope and belief.
Today I feel compelled to write about peace and to write about Mary. Every time I try to distract myself with something else, another thought about this topic forms in my head, so I realize that this is what I am supposed to be doing with my day today. 1,125 more words
It’s that time of year again where Pilgrims from all around the world are setting off for the journey of a lifetime: the Hajj. All year round, the heart has this desire of wanting to visit and return back to the Holy Lands; but for some reason, during the Hajj season, that yearning becomes much stronger to visit and in particular to be around the Ka’aba. 217 more words