Amid rising bigotry and hateful rhetoric in the west, some Muslims shined as role models whose success stories inspired the religious minority to excel in the toughest circumstances.
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A British Muslim undergraduate neuroscience student has had a research article publish in a respected international academic journal, achieving huge success at a young age.
Razan managed to get a £2,500 (about $3200) enterprise loan, and with that initial seed money, went about creating her product.
A Muslim student from Nigeria’s Osun state has emerged as the overall best medical student of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine, offering a role model for many young students to follow.
Alongside two great finalists, Steve Kielty and Giovanna Ryan, a British Muslim woman of Pakistani origin, Saliha Mahmood-Ahmed, a junior doctor, won the coveted award of Masterchef UK.
A teenage Syrian immigrant has been offered 10 scholarships in Ohio and is wait-listed on Harvard only four years after escaping war in her home country.
An American Muslim girl from southwest Houston, Texas, has achieved a rare honor after being accepted by 7 out of 8 Ivy League schools, with only Harvard putting her on a waiting list, with each of these schools being the life dream for most brilliant students.
Overcoming a turbulent past, a Canadian young Muslim is offering a role model to Canadians as a poet and inspirational speaker who was named in ‘Top 20 Under 20,’ prestigious national award recognizing his achievements as a motivational speaker.
Both Muslim girls’ and boys’ schools in Blackburn, Lancashire, run by the Tauheedul Education Trust, beat off competition from London grammars to top the annual school performance tables coming first and third in the Department for Education’s national league tables.