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And most Muslim majority nations, most notably Saudi Arabia, are silent about it.
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London-based art collective Muslim Sisterhood want to “represent ‘normal’ Muslim girls who aren’t bloggers, fashionistas or Bake Off winners.”
What Ramadan Is Like When You Have an Eating Disorder
It’s easier to starve myself without arousing suspicion when everyone around me is fasting.
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There's fear and then there's hope for those living on the fringes.
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“The Congress government used to serve biryani to terrorists and Modiji’s army sends bullets and bombs their way."
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100 Ways to Better Support Muslim Women
Don’t ask us why we wear the hijab; don’t ask us why we don’t wear the hijab.
5 Reasons Why the New Zealand Attacks Should Alarm India
The anti-immigrant and right-wing extremist sentiment might sound familiar to you.
Indian Queer Muslims Share Their Hopes and Dreams for 2019
Being a double minority presents a double set of issues—one concerning culture and religion, the other concerning sexual identity.
Meet Faluda Islam, the Muslim Drag Queen From the Future
On this week's episode of "Queerly Beloved," we hear the story of how, with the help from queer family, artist Zulfikar Ali Bhutto developed his anti-Islamophobic drag persona.
This New Book Writes About People That Not Many Others Do
A lower middle-class Muslim boy falls in love with an older, married Hindu woman in Abdullah Khan’s debut book. We take a look at where Patna Blues intersects with the author’s life.