- Booking chaos: many UK pilgrims unable to book Hajj online for second year in a row
- Colonial loot: from fact to fiction, the literary history of the Koh-i-noor diamond
- Shahnaz Ahsan: are expensive gadgets making us lose our cooking skills?
- Book by book: one man’s mission to provide Londoners with a new home home for Arabic-language books
Andalusia’s first Islamic political party looks to the Muslim rulers of its past for a socially just future
The Andalusi Party is making its debut in Spain’s upcoming regional elections and believes Islam offers the path to a more inclusive politics
Asma Khan Q&A: ‘The most expensive ingredient in any dish is your time’
Muslim and LGBTQI+: ‘The biggest challenge is being caught in the middle’
Online booking chaos hits UK Hajj Muslims for second year in a row
Is virtual speed dating the way to make a real online connection?
The film festival opening the world to Kosovo
Is the future of halal clean and green?
Muslim-run community centre in Lancashire shut down after ‘racist and antisemitic’ vandalism
Fatima Sheriff Q&A: ‘It’s not always about knowing the answer. Sometimes it is about out-buzzing your opponents’
The literary history of the Koh-i-noor diamond
Western and South Asian writers and poets have written about the gemstone — seized from India by the British — with often contradicting worldviews
‘Love is a school and you have to keep learning’
Living as a mixed-race couple in Paris comes with challenges — and the deepest happiness
- News: Online booking chaos hits UK Hajj Muslims
- Film & TV: Tears and jubilation at the final of The Shia Voice
- Hafsa Lodi: From the catwalk to the high street, ‘Quiet Luxury’ is making a big noise
- History: The literary history of the Koh-i-noor diamond
- Podcast: Breaking barriers for Muslim women in sport
Iftar in Gazantiep
Muslim Gen Zs — in their own words
Jemima Khan on her new film What’s Love Got to Do With It?
World Hijab Day 2023
Introducing Hyphen – Muslims in Europe
Being Black, Muslim and British
The Compound Gym – ‘This is a place where a lot of young people release their anger and find their peace’
The Halalians – Hijab in the workplace
From the catwalk to the high street, ‘Quiet Luxury’ is making a big noise
‘Even the Muslims are scared, so they must be just as French as everyone else’
‘I used the Globe to start the conversation about Shakespeare and race’: Farah Karim-Cooper Q&A
‘My relationship with Palestine is complex, intellectual and emotional’
Social media influencers have no right to declare anyone an apostate
Can King Charles make the monarchy relevant for Britain’s Muslims?
‘I want to make all Muslims aware that you can make a real difference’ – Natasha Asghar MS Q&A
The simple pleasure of a good kitchen gadget