Many in the West are hopeful that Islam will undergo a reformation at the hands of Muslim women. That it is just a matter of time before Muslim women will wise up, figure out what must be done, and stand together in unity to march for their equality and human rights.
EX-Muslims are seen by apostates by Islam and in many ways the worst of the worst. Is it any wonder they suffer demonisation and discrimination for no reason other than they believe in freedom of religion and conscience.
The question of why left wing feminists refuse to confront the barbaric practice of FGM is explored in this article.
What does leaving Islam mean for Muslims? Those of us not born intoIslamcan’treally understand what apostasy means for a Muslim. We can understand academically but that is the extent of it.
The famous Qur’anic verse (2:256) that states ‘There is no compulsion in religion’, which is often quoted in part* and taken as evidence that Islam is tolerant of non-Muslims.
An exploration of what lies behind wearing the hijab. Critiquing the hijab does not boil down to objecting to women being coerced into it. It’s about the value system and what it stands for.
Legitimate human rights abuses toward Muslim women, eg the burkini ban, are so disproportionately focused on in comparison to a far more staggering scale of transgressions and abuses towards women in Muslim communities globally.