Is It Haram to Dye Your Hair in Islam

It is also an activity that has been carried out over hundreds of years However, it should be noted that there are some fights (schools of thought) that declare dyeing the hair as haram. This article seeks to analyze this issue in light of Qur’anic verses, traditions (ahadith) of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w), classical jurists, modern … Read more

The Importance of Hijab in Islam – 2021 Guide

In some dry and hot countries, the use of the Hijab helps their hair clean and protects their face from wind, dirt, and sun rays. However, for Islam women, it is more than that. Why Muslim Women Wear Hijab? For some, the primary identification of a Muslim woman is their wearing of hijabs. But, it … Read more

How Hard Is It To Be An Indian Muslim In Australia? – 2021 Guide

This country is one of the most popular for immigration because it has a high standard, great wages, healthcare, education, infrastructure, and many other things. Therefore, it is not a surprise that we can find so many different nationalities and religions there. Younger generations are especially interested to start living in Australia, where they can … Read more

The Best And Most Popular Muslim Last Names

Last names are the part of the name of the person that is usually associated with a person’s family, cultural value or religion. It is considered as the part of the personal name of the person that helps identify which culture or religion that specific person is from. Muslims have very specific last names. Some … Read more

Style Spied: Hanna Faridl from Jakarta

Hanna’s style has gone through an evolution of change, from an admiration for unique vintage pieces to classically practical outfits. This was simply due to the fact that the Jakarta-based editor went through the physical change of becoming a mother. She started wearing clothes that were practical and allowed her to feel free, especially choosing … Read more

Does Islam Need Feminism?

Amani Alkhat wonders if Islam and feminism can work together. Feminism. In many Muslim communities, the word rolls off the tongue with a bitter aftertaste. And amongst the women of these communities, a stigma surrounds the movement with an especially unique reception. My issue with feminism is that its movement has been dominated by white, middle-class … Read more

Maha Abdo: Tapping Women’s Strengths from Within

Muslim women can create great change in their communities and at a wider societal level when they put their heads together. Amal Awadspeaks to Maha Abdo, who has led the charge over the last two decades. Maha Abdo doesn’t like talking about herself. The well-respected CEO of the Muslim Women’s Association (MWA), based in Sydney, … Read more

Style Spied: Zahra’a Ashkanani from Kuwait

Zahra’a exudes sophistication with her take on Middle Eastern fashion fusion. By Shea Rasol. A Kuwaiti law student with a sophisticated fashion sense, Zahra’a shows us how fusing Middle Eastern style with a Western touch can go a long way. Even amongst the rising number of fashion trendsetters around the world, it’s easy to see why … Read more