Where Is the Honor In Honor Killings?

TRIGGER WARNINGS: Rape, murder. Honor killings are a “tradition” that should have been eradicated a long time ago, but sadly, it is very rampant amongst our societies, especially the brown Muslim society. “An honor killing is the homicide of a member of a family or Read More …

Womens Month 2017: Naomi Campbell, Alek Wek, Ajak Deng And Their Influence On Diversity In The Fashion Industry

From left to right, Ajak Deng, Naomi Campbell and Alek Wek. Naomi Campbell, an icon, has graced 66 Vogue covers worldwide, first appearing in the late 1980s. Her catwalk is world renowned and can be watched in awe for hours on end. But despite her Read More …

The Epidemic Of Historic Amnesia

Last week, Indian MP and author Dr. Shashi Tharoor spoke on Channel 4 News about the educational censoring of colonial history in British schools (interview here). Pupils in schools are not taught about Britain’s colonial past and the atrocities committed. The definition of colonialism is Read More …

10 Places To Donate On International Women’s Day

Today is “A Day Without Women,” and a lot of participating females are not spending money or going to work today. Unfortunately, not all of us can ditch out of work, or have things that we need to buy today so here are some organizations that Read More …

First Ever Black Ahmadi Muslim Wins An Oscar

I had absolutely no plans to watch the Oscars, until I was scrolling through my twitter feed and the news broke out. Mahershala Ali had won an Oscar. Imagine that. A non-white person had won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. Such a huge moment, a Read More …

Different Faces Of Muslim Women

Disclaimer: I do not speak for all Muslim Woman. These are my own thoughts, my own opinions. This is not meant to offend or speak ill of Islam as I too am a Muslim woman. This is to highlight the differences amongst us and the Read More …