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NPR in the U.S. covers fighting for women’s rights in Sudan.
On Morocco’s female clerics (the Mourchidat).
The New York Times compares-and-contrasts Irshad Manji and Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
A Muslim on Louisiana State University’s campus asks non-Muslim women to wear headscarves for one day. Here’s how it went.
The New York Times looks at the long road that Debbie Almontaser has been on. May Allah bring her justice.
This is an oldie but a goodie. Laila Lalami writes about how Muslim women are perceived in the west. A long read, but a good one.
The designs of Marie Fareeda Ali are meant to help Muslim women who cover their hair get dressed in less than a minute.
Yvonne Ridley writes about Islamic feminism for Iran’s Mehr News.
All glitter and gold at the Kuala Lampur-Jakarta-Dubai Islamic Fashion Festival. There are some incredibly dazzling designers here, mashallah.
Sitara Hewitt reflects on how her role in LMOTP has turned her into a role model for Muslim women.
A Muslim woman fights for the right to wear a veil in court.
New York University’s Women, Islam and the Politics of Transformation event discusses stereotypes of Muslim women in the media.
Kahaani Gudiya Ki, an Indian film about an Indian Muslim woman, faces protests.
Ghana’s Deputy Upper West Regional Minister Winifred Dy-Yakah calls for less lavish spending on things like weddings and more spending on health care and education for children.
Zeina Zaatari for Al Arabiya discusses the war on Iraqi women.
Bahrain tries to ban Haifa Wehbe from performing in the country.
A young woman is murdered by her father for falling in love with a British soldier.
Gulf women switch to gold alloy rather because of its cheaper price.
MidEast Youth profiles Egyptian singer Rania Shaalan.
Tanzanian MP works hard to fight against discrimination and brutality that people with albinism face in the country.
Girls and young women in Iraq vie for athletic awards from Iraqi’s Ministry of Education.
G. Willow Wilson speaks about her newest writing endeavor to Newsarama.
A Muslim woman in Canada who accused her former employer of religious discrimination loses her case.
A Muslim woman murders her husband, apparently over jealousy derived from his taking a second wife.