Tag Archives: Muslim Women

To My Brothers, With Love

In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful “What do you do all day?” “Why aren’t those dishes washed?” “Why haven’t you wiped the toothpaste off of the bathroom mirror?”      What do these questions have in common? They’re … Continue reading

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To Hijab or Not to Hijab

To Hijab or Not to Hijab. An oppressed Muslim woman may well be bareheaded.

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Why I Love My Niqab

In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful As a child I was debilitatingly shy. I was afraid of strangers, afraid of loud people, intimidated by large men, and hated to be addressed by any adult I didn’t know … Continue reading

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