Two of the world’s top Islamic fashion and lifestyle personalities share their struggles and ultimate victories with body image and weight.
As a child, she dreamed of walking among the stars. Now a successful technology entrepreneur, this Iranian-American made her dream come true with a trip to outer space.
This Boston-based imam has proved an extremely influential figure among young Muslims.
Muslim-majority nation held as an example of a land where religions often in strife elsewhere cohabit successfully.
Reconstruction cannot come soon enough for thousands of homeless like Mohammed, a once-proud house owner whose family now huddles in a portable cabin.
Twenty-two million people were displaced in 2013 due to disasters brought on by natural hazards, nearly three times the number due to violence.
Leading activist of Egypt’s 2011 revolution wants scrapped protest law that authorities imposed last year to crush opposition rallies.
Human traffickers rammed their boat, laughing as it sunk. After three days adrift, all but 10 of about 500 passengers had died.
Iran’s president suggests the 2003 US invasion of Iraq sowed the seeds for the chaos now sweeping the Middle East.
Moving too quickly from conversion to marriage without adequate preparations can mean trouble later.
Amidst the rubble and dust, Olympian Nader al-Masri will not give up his dream of running for his country.
The British invasion of our wardrobes continues with tweaked versions of classic pieces like suits, capes and culottes.
The first-ever Halal Tourism Conference is set for Spain, where hospitality and travel professionals will examine how to better attract Muslim tourists.
The happier the wife is with her marriage, the more content her husband will be with life in general, according to new research.
The massive research initiative tracked a total 65,215 women over more than 18 years.
How a surge of technology at London Fashion Week is changing the in-person experience along the catwalk.
The two girls of Bosnian origin left for Syria in April, telling their parents in a letter that they wanted to “fight for Islam” there.
Since his arrival in Arbil, Milad spends a good part of each morning touring an assortment of makeshift camps to assess medical needs and shortages.
The prominent rights activist is facing a 5-year sentence on charges widely perceived as fabricated.
His prosecution, almost certain to result in a guilty verdict, risks silencing moderate Uighur voices and cutting off the possibility of dialogue.
The 27th-century-BC pyramid near Cairo is considered Egypt’s first.