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A Muslim girls’ soccer team tries to tackle stereotypes, inexperience, and Ramadan together. The girls in it bond together as they are able to unleash their feelings and share similar worries and challenges.
Ruqsana Begum is a British boxing champion who wants to encourage other young Muslim girls to get fit and strong. That is why she is launching a line of sports hijabs.
At a time when so many were mourning the 49 lives lost in Orlando, a guy in New York comes into a packed train and starts yelling at two Muslim women. A video shows how incredible New Yorkers rally behind the Muslim women harassed on the train.
Indian Muslim women are speaking up against a method of divorce that allows a husband to dissolve a marriage in a matter of seconds. DW speaks to a campaigner who is at the forefront of the efforts to scrap the practice.
The documentary A Journey of a Thousands Miles: Peacekeepers follows a group of Bangladeshi female police officers sent to Haiti. In a very traditional Muslim society like Bangladesh it was a huge deal for these women to leave their families and go and work for a year overseas.
Arshiya Kherani, a Muslim entrepreneur based in New York City, endured years of awkward and uncomfortable workouts before deciding to start her own active wear company, Sukoon, specifically tailored to Muslim women who love to exercise.
Employing their own spin on the popular “100 Years of Beauty” online videos, MuslimGirl.com just launched a new series, “100 Years of Hijab Fashion in 1 Minute,” to dismiss common misconceptions and stereotypes about the hijab, and more importantly, the women who wear it.