IN JUNE 2009 Neil MacGregor, the director of the British Museum (BM), flew to Saudi Arabia, his first visit to the heart of the Islamic world. He wanted the blessing of the Saudi royal family.
The British Museum witnessed the installation of one of the oldest known copies of the Holy Qur’an from the 8th century as an exhibit for a major Islamic exhibition.
A thriving hub of cultural enrichment, Ottoman İstanbul was renowned for its glorification of the beauty of Islam through art.
Fourteen-year-old British student Amna Aslam won the action category for her film “Muhammad in Accrington…Inspiring Me” at the 2nd Annual Film Shorts Film Awards at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) in London.
The biggest book in the world on the biography of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), set to be unveiled in Dubai, hopes to make its entry into the Guinness World Records.
Muslims need to unpack the notion that Prophet Muhammad’s behavior was the Qur’an, founding Chairman of New York’s Cordoba initiative Imam Feisal Abd Rauf has said.
Veteran Indonesian journalist Parni Hadi urged Muslim journalists to apply principles set out by Prophet Muhammad in their work to enhance their credibility.
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