Established in 2002, the web portal Muslim Heritage was the first major project of FSTC. It is a unique online education community of Muslims and non-Muslims seeking to advance human civilisation through the study of Muslim heritage. The website contains more than 1000 peer-reviewed articles, hundreds of short reports on news and events related to Muslim heritage research, and an interactive map and timeline.

Pioneered by FSTC, it is an ambitious project aimed at raising global awareness of the importance and relevance of this heritage. Web analysis software shows a range of 30,000 to 50,000 views per day.

As the academic channel of FSTC, will soon be improved in design and function to include MASDAR, a unique database established by FSTC as a major web based directory of 70,000 source documents relating to Muslim heritage. It will be the largest online directory of its type in the world available to researchers.

Visit Muslim Heritage for more information.