In a breakthrough in the 58-year company’s history, Barbie has released its first hijabi-wearing doll after US Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad, as the latest doll in Barbie’s line designed to celebrate female heroes.
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Celebrating the success of Muslim women, Muslim blogger has been restyling Barbie dolls as powerful Muslim women icons, giving positive examples to young Muslim girls.
American fencer and Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad wrote an open letter to President Trump in which she criticized his “campaign of terror” against American ideals.
As American borders grow more hostile to Muslims, fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first female Muslim American to medal for the United States in the Olympics, was recently detained at US Customs for two hours without explanation.
In his final week in office, President Barack Obama appointed several women athletes to key Administration posts on Tuesday, including Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first Muslim athlete to represent the US in the Olympics in hijab.
In a year full of challenges, Muslim athletes offered the best ambassadors to their faith in different tournaments. Giving young Muslims a role model to follow, their achievements varied in different games, shining in Rio De Janeiro Olympic Games medals.
A new episode of The Secret Life of Muslims shows Muslim celebrities answering a tricky question on what does it mean to be a Muslim.
The first of its kind all female panel convened this Friday at the 53rd annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America or ISNA, gathering to review of today’s headlines by the very individuals who were making them.
Muslims from across North America started arriving in Chicago on Friday to attend the opening day of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) 53rd annual convention, one of the largest gatherings of its kind on the continent.
For the past two weeks, we have witnessed different athletes showing their talents at Rio Olympics, many of who are practicing Muslims from different nationalities who made a difference while maintaining their identity.