Amaal Said, a 20-year-old Danish-Somali photographer and poet, has quickly garnered a following through not only her striking selfies, but also in the illuminating portraits she makes of fellow Londoners.
How the unique Arabimalayalam dialect came in handy to Muslim women in Kerala to connect with each other and overcome muting efforts from conservative sections within the community is the topic of an article published in The Hindu newspaper.
The story of five female Muslim boxers from one of the United Kingdom’s roughest cities has made its Australian debut at the Perth International Arts Festival.
Islam in China, with its long tradition of women-only mosques, provides a good illustration, says Michael Wood of BBC.
On February 26, Iranians will vote in the first round of “elections” for the country’s 290-seat parliament and the 88-member assembly of experts, but where do women stand in those upcoming elections?
Two young Indian Muslim girls have started a drive against female foeticide in half-a-dozen villages of Meenapur and Mushahari blocks of Muzaffarpur district besides a couple of villages under adjoining Sheohar district.
Women’s rights in the UAE were interwoven into the very foundation of the UAE, said Her Excellency Shamma Al Mazrui, Minister of State for Youth at the Global Women’s Forum in Dubai this week.
A Palestinian girl who was born in Jordon, lived in a refugee camp and grew up amid violence and unrest has spun a wonderful success story by working around the limitations that living in a war-torn country amidst checkpoints, blockades, raids and incursions can bring.