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What Questions Do People Really Ask Converts?

This Muslim Women’s Day submission is by Louise E. Butt. *** When I heard about Muslim Girl’s Muslim Women’s Day initiative, I knew immediately this was a time I needed to include my voice in the mix. Muslim Women’s Day is all about Muslim women talking back, and it’s a sentiment I couldn’t agree with more. I…

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The Hijabi Project: We Got It Covered

Too often the platform to discuss Muslim women’s affairs aren’t given to Muslim women. At Muslim Girl, Muslim women talk back, though. We are here, we are vocal and determined to tell our own stories. In an effort to expand our narrative, we have created “The Hijabi Project,” which seeks to explore the world of…

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3 Things You Need to Understand to Be a Woke Muslim Girl

As Muslim women, inequality isn’t a foreign concept. Whether we actively experience it in our daily lives or hear about it on the news, discrimination is something that our Muslim identity faces on a daily – and it’s exhausting. Here’s the deal though – in order for us to challenge the hateful rhetoric and face the…

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10 Badass Reasons Muslim Women Are Superheroes

Muslim women are superheroes. We uplift one another, and the communities that surround us. We put ourselves on the line for justice and peace. We create love, light, and beauty in a world where war and hate cast shadows everywhere. Through our sisterhood and our activism, we are spreading that light and that power throughout…

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Embracing Tawakkul — Putting Trust in God First

This Muslim Women’s Day submission is by Mariam Abdel-Razik. May her faith in God, even during the darkest days of her life, inspire you to greatness as well. *** Daughter, sister, friend, educator, entrepreneur, and above all, a servant to the Most High. Filipino, raised Catholic, mother; Palestinian, raised Muslim, father. I never really belonged to…