Why Are Muslim Women So Invisible?

From being represented as individuals who are hidden away from the public eye to being associated with terrorism, many argue that the representation of Muslim women within popular culture and history tends to miss the mark. In this article, we examine and analyse the traditional stereotypes that are often associated with Muslim women in the … Continue reading Why Are Muslim Women So Invisible?

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From the 9th-21st Century, Muslim Women: Pioneers Of Knowledge.

From the oldest university in the world being founded by a Muslim woman, Fatima Al-Fihri in 9th Century Fes, to Queen Amina of Zaria, who in 16th century Subsaharan Africa built the Zaria wall, and was famous for her military strategy and engineering skills, Muslim women throughout history have made significant contributions to education and … Continue reading From the 9th-21st Century, Muslim Women: Pioneers Of Knowledge.

Silenced.

We are pleased to feature the work of a young poet known by the name of Athia. Based in the UK and a British born Pakistani, her poem is based on the taboo surrounding rape and sexual assault in the South Asian culture women face and how cultural values have come to shape and shun … Continue reading Silenced.

The Muslim Identity – Why more must be done to help young Muslims.

In a society where Muslims are constantly placed under the lens, examined, picked apart and policed for their views, it can be argued that the chances of young Muslims developing and suffering from mental disorders is increasing. From anxiety to depression, the mental and physical health of the Muslim community is deteriorating, with there being … Continue reading The Muslim Identity – Why more must be done to help young Muslims.