Healthcare Among Muslim Women

When we talk about health, we talk about it in a general sense, but there are some differences between health among women and men. Women’s health typically refers to the health of women, which is different from men’s health in so many unique ways. A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not … 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

Egypt Islamists Say UN Women Text Threat to Society

Governments and NGOs from around the world are to wrap up two weeks of discussions in New York on ways to end violence against women and children with the aim of reaching a consensus by Friday. Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has warned that a UN document demanding global standards to prevent violence against women is un-Islamic … Read more

How to Mind Your Own Business

In her second guest article, Rukaiya Bhegani of Cuppidy Cakes shares some practical startup tips that have proved useful to her. You may have already read how I began my cupcake career. You’re probably thinking that, as nice as it would be to launch a business, it’s sure to be tough with all the on-going recessions, credit crunches … 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

Saudi Arabia to Compete for First Time at Oscars

RIYADH, September 15, 2013 (AFP) – Saudi Arabia, where cinemas are banned, is to compete for an Oscar for the first time next year with feminist film “Wadjda” directed by Haifaa al-Mansour, a Saudi official announced Sunday. The movie tells of a young girl’s quest to own a bicycle in the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom where … Read more

Style Spied: Instagram Fashionistas

We just adore the looks of these four ladies from all over the globe! Featured by Shea Rasol. Mujde Tan from Turkey @mujdetan We love the spunk in her everyday ensembles. Not many can pull off a neon knitted cardi, but Mujde sure can! Dini Anggraeni Djoemiko from Indonesia @dinidjoemikko We can bet you that Dini … Read more