#IWillProtectYou: 8-year-old Muslim girl’s fear of Donald Trump strikes sympathetic chord in Us service men and women. Adults can take Trump’s rhetoric, but not kids, argues the girl’s mother.
Maajid Nawaz, the founding chairman of Quilliam, is yet another man offering an unsolicited opinion on whether we Muslim women should wear the hijab.
Since the terrorist attacks in San Bernardino, California, Muslim women in the U.S. who wear a scarf or a hijab have been the target of harassment and attacks.
Two Muslim women speak out against non-Muslims’ wearing of headscarves as a show of support.
Muslim American women call in to radio shows to talk about whether they are experiencing more hostility since the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino and the recent anti-Muslim political rhetoric. Plus: Do Muslim women experience a different kind of Islamophobia than men?
Transgender Muslim women have few opportunities to worship, as their defiance of strict gender categorization challenges conservative Muslim views about gender.
Founder and President of Interfaith Youth Circle, Noor Mastura, speaks out and says that Muslim women should not be judged based on what they wear (or don’t wear) to cover their heads.
In eastern Sudan’s Gaderif city there is a school with a special mission. It is educating the country’s future midwives to play a role in eradicating Female Genital Mutilation or FGM.