I refuse to be stripped down – stripped of my personality, my strength, my intelligence, my beliefs, my culture and my rights.
In December of 2015, though April of 2016, Nancy wore the hijab in her daily life as an expression of solidarity with the American Muslim community, and in support of freedom of religious expression.
Below is a creative piece on identity, written by HollyLouise13. Holly Louise is a young Australian writer who is passionate … More
Is it offensive for non-Muslim women to try on a hijab or cover their hair without a religious reason? Does it take away from the issues that Muslim women deal with on a regular basis?
Name: Rayan Chermand Age: 20 Nationality: Lebanese-Australian Occupation – Ex-law student, currently studying a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice and working as a … More
I love when people ask me questions about Islam. LOVE. IT. It means you’re showing an interest in who I … More
Yes, yes, wearing a hijab is all about piety and important things (you can read all about that here). But … More
Since 9/11, the lives of Muslims around the world have changed, none moreso than the lives of Muslims who were born or … More
The use of head coverings to reflect cultural and religious practices is not a foreign concept. Even just a quick … More