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UPDATE: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Comes Out In Support Of Pharrell. Sort Of A group of Iranians have reportedly been
Iranian women are posting photos of themselves without the hijab on a new Facebook page launched to share “stealthy” moments
In the week after the hashtag was created, I received a lot of positive and supportive feedback from non-Muslim feminists who have found it to be quite insightful and eye-opening. If you have time, I'd encourage you to scroll through the hashtag yourself...
A woman walks past a musician in Istanbul, Turkey Tunisia and Turkey were the only Muslim nations where more than half of
In trying to figure out whether the women depicted in the video are cool or whether cool is degrading/objectifying the Muslim female identity, we're clearly in a spin this week.
Instead of talking about or for Muslim women, our research puts the voices of Muslim women front and centre: to give voice to their silent and overlooked stories of discrimination, bigotry and hate, stories that for many are far too real aspects of their everyday lives. More real that is than the newspaper headlines asking whether to ban or not ban the 'burqa'.
Muslim women are more likely to be targets for Islamophobia than men, with 80% targeted for wearing the hijab, a new study
A Muslim free school which discriminated against women and required staff to cover their hair has said it is seeking legal
I am definitely against the niqab for a variety of reasons: Many people see it as a visual proof of subordination of females. People in the United Kingdom see it as a rejection of British culture and refusal to integrate. One is tempted to ask why they don't choose to live in an Islamic country and enjoy their Hijabs and Niqabs unhindered and unnoticed.
A Muslim free school has reportedly insisted staff, including non-Muslims, sign new contracts insisting they wear hijabs