Salima Suswell has made history in Pennsylvania, becoming the first Muslim member to serve in the state’s Commission for Women.
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A Muslim woman from Patna, India, has been denied a deserved job opportunity in a Delhi orphanage because of her choice to don a hijab.
A British-Muslim you-tuber has been giving her augience insights on the life of Muslim women, changing misunderstandings surrounding Muslim women dating, arranged marriage, and relationships.
Hundreds of Muslim and Jewish women gathered on Friday in Madison, New Jersey, to combat bigotry and hate, learning from American leading scholars and activists on the history they share.
For millions of Muslim women and girls across the globe, wearing hijab is an important part of practicing their faith. The headscarf has also become a cultural symbol as well as a political tool, making those who choose to wear it susceptible to attack.
As people dedicate November to show their gratitude, count their blessings, and give thanks, an American group has launched a new initiative throughout the month to give thanks to the inspirational Muslim women who are shaping their society everywhere.
Our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was appointed as Allah’s last Messenger to establish Islam on earth as guidance for humankind before the final reckoning. He was the leader of Muslim Ummah; their guide and role model. His actions, both personal and public, were divinely guided, so much so that he became the …
Having a water birth was not previously on my radar. Although my midwife is not the kind of person who pushes, she gently explained the benefits of a water birth and sent me home with a bunch of pamphlets. Trusty Google was another helpful tool; I turned to reading countless accounts of women narrating their …
Canadian legal experts confirmed that Quebec’s controversial legislation banning face-veil will not stand up to potential legal challenges in court, expecting it to be overturned eventually.
Government officials in the French-speaking Quebec districts have toned down its interpretation of the much-criticized legislation banning face-covering, clarifying who the law would affect and how it would be enforced.