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Dr. Asad Khan writes about a few high-profile Muslim women who seek the full development of women’s rights in Muslim communities.
Haroon Siddiqui writes about Aqsa Parvez’ murder being used as a tool for “cultural warfare.” He makes some great points about the nature of immigrant families in a new cultural setting.
Doha Abdelhamid thinks about what it would be like if she were Egypt’s first female prime minister.
Iranian officials are planning more crackdowns on women who are dressed “improperly.” So what’s different about this campaign? It’s happening in winter.
If only we could all honor our mothers this way.
The New York Times blog looks at why the Qatif girl’s pardoning won’t help the bigger picture for human rights in Saudi Arabia.
More Muslim girls and women who wear hejab are getting involved in sports, mashallah!
Muslim women who are HIV positive face discrimination from their own communities.
A Canadian Muslim teen gives her viewpoint on the death of Aqsa Parvez.
Check out DaralIslaamLive, a website that features over 300 Islamic lectures translated into English from Arabic. All translations and site features were done by a Muslim woman, barikallah!
Soumaya Ghannoushi looks at the West’s use of the Muslim woman as a “damsel in distress.”
Lou from MidEast Youth dashes all the superficial arguments against women driving in Saudi Arabia.
A Muslim woman in Atlanta, Georgia, says that she was not hired because of her hejab.
Unique Muslimah rejoices: finally, Yahoo! Avatars finally has a hejab option.