Muslim Girl Editor Talks Girl Power at Google Zeitgeist

Muslim Girl’s founder and editor-in-chief Amani Al-Khatahtbeh joined YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and YouTube sensation Lilly Singh at Google Zeitgeist this year to talk internet bullies, sexism and racism online, and changing the world. The conversation they have will motivate you to feel empowered, reach for your dreams and find your authentic voice.


An Ode to Brown Girls Who Are Too Brown

Submitted by Amara Chaudhry Amara Chaudry performs with absolute rawness, uncensored, about the truth of colorism and blackness with Muslim and South Asian communities. Watch and listen to her as she tells a story that so many can relate to today – that brown girls are beautiful.


This Is What the Prophet (PBUH) Said About the Eclipse

Yassir Qadhi narrates the story of Prophet Muhammad’s (p.b.u.h.) experience at the age of 61 during a total eclipse after the death of his son, Ibrahim. During this time of grief, the people thought the eclipse occurred because of the death Ibrahim. The Prophet (p.b.u.h.) directed his followers to pray. According to ThoughtCo., “At a time…


What I Wish for My Muslim Daughter in America as a New Mom

Ranna Abduljawad, a guest blogger last year who wrote “This Is What Happens When You Marry Outside of Your Nationality” for Muslim Girl, was a featured speaker for TEDxFSCJ. In this video, she speaks candidly about her concerns while raising her daughter in a post-Trump era where Islamophobia and discrimination toward Muslims and people of color…