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Stop Policing My Right to Wear The Hijab

“Why do you wear the hijab?” “Why did you take it off?” “Why do you wear it like that?” Muslim females like myself are sick and tired of hearing this. The flurry of questions I got when I started wearing the hijab the first time in July 2013 was astounding. Of course, I recognize my privilege…

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Meet the Four Muslim Women That Have Inspired My Soul

There have been so many notable Muslim women in history that have inspired me greatly. Growing up in a Muslim household that upheld the standard that female empowerment was incredibly important, I always gravitated to looking outwards for inspiration; looking for women who represented what it meant to be a trailblazer. I’d like to say…

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What Is the Uproar in Sudan All About?

Sudan has been in a state of unrest since December 19th, 2018, as the Sudanese people are protesting the worsening conditions in their country. The Sudanese President, Omar al-Bashir, has been in power since a coup d’etat in 1989 and since then, the country has been in an economic downfall. Amidst a weakening currency (In…