As co-founder of Hotwire.com and CEO of Zillow for the last seven years, 39-year-old Spencer Rascoff fits most people’s definition of success. As a father of three young children, Spencer is a busy guy at home and at work.
Aziz travels the Atlas mountains in search of hand-woven capets by Berber women, hoping to save a tradition under threat from globalisation.
Over the past few decades in Morocco, the school dropout rate for girls from rural areas has been on the increase due to a virtal lack of high schools in less-densely populated areas of the country.
Watch Nadiya B as she shows you a nifty way to style your hijab that will easily accommodate specs.
One of the most remarkable sights in Fez, if not Morocco, are the Chouara Tanneries. These are some of the oldest tanneries in the world, operating nearly unchanged since the founding of Fez nearly 1000 years ago.
This week’s top global snapshots from countries such as Italy, Yemen, UAE, Nepal, Greece, Palestine, Pakistan and Turkey.
Britain’s last surviving warship from Gallipoli is being restored to mark the bloody campaign’s centenary, as a new exhibition tries to counter myths surrounding the disastrous World War I offensive.
With moderation and a little experimentation, home decor with religious stylings can add life and meaning to your home, says Nicholas Ferguson.
The chaos and carnage of the bloody Gallipoli defeat helped to forge the identity of Australia and New Zealand as independent nations, with the exploits of those who fought and died still finding relevance 100 years on.
Palestinian rap group DAM has added a female member, and released a feminist anthem. They’re working with the UN to fight sexism in the Middle East. And they want fans to upload photos of themselves breaking gender stereotypes.
The overwhelming focus on hijab contradicts the principles of modesty and moderation, writes Sya Taha.
Jersey girl SociallyAwkwardHijabi reveals on her YouTube channel, some tips for a new Muslim.
Take a journey and discover how deep Muslim history runs in Australia. Discover the earliest contact that dates back to the 1600s, their connection with the indigenous population and the rich contribution they made.
The history of the Muslim Cameleers who helped open up Australia from the 1860’s through to the introduction of the motor car. These men brought their culture and religion and many settled here going on to marry and have families.
What is the Fiqh of minorities? How should Muslims integrate as full citizens in non-Muslim countries?
Gripping tightly with her hands, her feet searching for a foothold, Salwa Khashan edges along a sheer rock face in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, urged on by friends below.
More than 30 percent of young Arabs are jobless because of unrest in many Arab nations and not enough investment, a top labour official said.
Chinese President Xi Jinping heads to Islamabad Monday for a rare visit to unveil a $46 billion investment plan that Pakistan hopes will end its chronic energy crisis and “transform” the country into a regional economic hub.