Female Scholarship In Islam Is Challenging Patriarchal Leadership
For so long, I had grown up believing that social justice discourse, particularly through a gendered lens, was a completely separate sphere from Islamic discussions.
How People Grieve Through Religion
What little I know of grief tells me that it does not follow logic, and that those in its throes will oftentimes grab on to anything to make sense of their feelings. In that, I could understand why he chose to rely on religion for sense.
Facebook Runs Hate Group’s Ads Attacking Campus Anti-Racism
The "Jew Hatred on Campus" page, which is sponsoring the ads, is a project of anti-Muslim hate group the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
Cursed by the Experience of Exile
The Story of Southern Islet (南巫) is a stunning film on every level, technically accomplished with an intricate and distinctive beauty.
Time to Be Good
The point of Ramadan is the struggle
Embracing My Identity As A Muslim Feminist
Why would a religion I felt so close to place me second?