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Senegalese women will be able to become foot soldiers starting next year!
Another interview with Fatemeh Keshavarz. I so love her!
A poor Muslim woman’s body is laid to rest, exhumed, and reburied—all in one day.
Australia gets its first Muslim woman lifeguard (or lifesaver, as the Australians put it).
Muslim women in Canada work for interfaith dialogue.
Maryam Hosseinkhah, a member of Women’s Cultural Center, and an active member of the One Million Signatures Campaign was arrested in Iran.
‘Aqoul reviews Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s book Infidel, finding a heap of problems with it.
A Muslim woman is fired because her skirt is too long. Seriously?
There is no context for this video, but it’s still pretty cool: A Muslim woman is rapping!
KABOBfest reports that Debbie Almontaser is suing New York City mayor and Education Department Chancellor for suppressing her freedom of speak. YEAH!
Jordanian Princess Sarvath El Hassan has called for increasing literacy for women in Pakistan.
Modest sports clothes and all-female venues encourage Muslim women to exercise.
Middle East Online reviews Jennifer Heath’s book The Scimitar and the Veil: Extraordinary Women of Islam. Besides the Orientalist title, it’s actually a very positive book that chronicles early women in Islam and shows us how they kicked ass.
Shama Al Muhairi won the gold in the women’s 25 metres pistol final in the Pan Arab Games in Cairo. YEAH!
Cruella-blog discusses exactly what is stupid about the question: “Does Islam have a sense of humor?”
Chechnya’s president calls for all Chechen women to wear headscarves and it causes a backlash against women without them in public offices and universities. Here we go again.
The Washington Post takes a look at a female Lebanese rapper, MC Lix A.k.a. Malikah.
Women in Saudi Arabia protest the recent ruling that sentenced a gang-rape victim to 200 lashes.