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Benazir Bhutto is put under house arrest.
Several Muslim businesswomen head to Dubai on a ladies-only tour.
A shelter for women in Dubai gives shelter to women victims of domestic abuse, sex trafficking, and/or housemaid abuse.
A story about Nafsheen Luhar, a Californian henna artist.
Muslim Hedonist discusses the lack of voice that Muslim women have to discuss their experiences.
Everyone’s just starting to figure out that Debbie Almontaser isn’t a terrorist.
Offstumped raises hell over Mossamat Akhera Bibi’s cruel assault and rape by Communist cadre in West Bengal.
Al Jazeera English looks at Afghan students of English, many of them girls.
Muslim women in Malaysia dislike stewardess’ uniforms.
Dr. Haya al-Manie examines the predicaments of Muslim women who wish to divorce in Saudi
Male gynecologists in Iraq are targeted for execution just because they practice gynecology. Now, I’m not a fan of having a strange man poke around in my vagina. But if it’s between NO health care and health care provided by a licensed, professional man, then I’d choose the latter. PRIORITIES, people!
Just Another Angry Black Muslim Woman? discusses how African American Muslim sisters are overlooked for marriage because of bias in the community.
Azza Heikal from Al-Ahram examines Islamic feminism’s place within Egypt.
Sign a petition demanding an official statement that spitting on students in unacceptable; one of the Muslim students who was silently protesting Daniel Pipes was spit on by an employee. What the hell?!
Egyptian actress Yousra Waad talks about her past roles and philanthropy.
Some Sunni women in Lebanon convert to Shi’ism because this sect allows their daughters to become sole heiresses.
Women in Basra are targeted for death every two to three days for reasons that include working and not wearing headscarves.
Another Saudi rape victim is sentenced to lashes. Seriously. What the hell?
Women in Yemeni prisons are there for the wrong reasons.
A young girl’s hejab is ripped off at school. But on the bright side, it creates a dialogue, and the article is well-written and presents all sides about the subject of hejab!