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The Future of Muslim Feminism

This article was first published on October 7, 2016, Issue 34. In a world dominated by preference in race, gender, color and creed, who falls to the bottom of the pecking order? We’ve all heard of “White Privilege” and we’re painfully aware...

So…Men Have Hijab Too?

This article was first published on March 4, 2016, Issue 27. With all honesty and without exaggeration, I personally do not recall attending a Friday Khutba in any masjid where the Imam/Shaykh has explored the topic of hijab for men. It is as if the...

Attached to Islam, Detached from Muslims

This article was first published on May 6, 2016, Issue 29. Let’s put on our imagination hats. You are walking on a deep, plush, soft carpet – the kind your foot sinks into. It’s scattered with pieces of shattered glass. Some you can see, some...

It’s Not About Guns, It’s About Freedom

Look at the facts; they’re what tell the real story, right? And yet every politician, every activist, every public personality seemingly has the facts on their side. Charts are refuted with more charts, statistics with yet others, and it seems...

Going the Pace of New Muslims

In getting to know new Muslims, there is one valuable piece of information needed in knowing how best to help them learn Islam and get more involved in the Muslim community.  You need to understand how fast this person is willing to learn more...

The Lie of Intellectual Labour

“Not everyone deserves your intellectual labour.” It’s a sentence I’ve heard many times in activist circles, and it’s a concept that has gained more and more traction in light of current events. The specific argument I take issue with goes...

The Holidays

As I sit at my kitchen table writing this, Eid al Adha is just a few days away. I am mindful how blessed we are and what this Eid means to me and to Muslim’s around the world.  As I reflect of the sacrifice that Prophet Ibrahim (peace be upon...

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