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Iranian woman designs clothes to make women feel fashionable and modest.
Yoginder Sikand looks at reviving the tradition of madrassas for girls.
A convenience store owner bans women wearing headscarves from entering because of “security concerns.” Pfff.
The Peninsula looks at why governmental quotas won’t help women’s empowerment.
The Los Angeles Times looks at women who move to Saudi Arabia to be with the men they love.
Burqavaganza, a play that was banned in Pakistan, will run in Delhi. It showcases the burqa as a symbol of suffering faced by women in society.
Egyptian businesswoman Dr. Amany Asfour: “Women cannot be ignored in the decision-making process if sustainable development is to be achieved.” Couldn’t have said it better myself.
Here’s another story about how fashionable Muslim women are.
Arabisto.com’s A. Scheherezada Jerome looks at feminism in Iraq.
KabobFest highlights female Muslim tennis players. Mashallah, ladies!
Turkey’s prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan challenges Turkey’s ban on headscarves in universities and public offices.