Imam Al-Shafii (767-820 AD) was the founder of the eponymous Shafii school of Islamic jurisprudence, one of the four dominant schools in Sunni Islam
In the early 20th century, Egypt's women had a prominent place in publications, pioneering women's issues and rights in print
In 1892, when the world was still debating women's rights, Egyptian women's voice was loud, clear, and quite popular it seems
Ibrahim ibn Adham ibn Mansour ibn Gaber Al-Agli, born in Balakh, Afghanistan and known as Al-Tamimi, was one of the pillars ...
Born in Kufa in Iraq in 669 AD, Abu Hanifa is the first of the four imams
Rumi is a shining example of a religious Sufi poet whose religion was love