Maajid Nawaz discussed the Hijab with a female Muslim caller and all is brought to light by her – it is not your choice to wear or not to wear Allah has said it so you do it.
Clarion Project’s Muslim Reform Activist, Raheel Raza is interviewed by Bill Maher after the release of Clarion Project’s film By The Numbers
Islam and Feminism? Asra Nomani discusses this in this video and it leads to questioning whether she is on the losing side, as the voices of Muslim reformers like her are not even taken seriously by the mainstream media never mind conservative Muslim...
In this video from Ex Muslims of North America Hiba Krisht speaks about the reality that many Muslim women face each and every day. It is in stark relief to Muslim women that are used as poster children of the Muslim feminist `movement’.
We go about our lives doing normal things expecting that our normal routine will be exactly like it has always been. Then we find out that something as normal as taking your kids to the swimming pool can be a problem. Why? You don’t want to offend a Muslim do you by showing parts of your body in a normal swim suit?
Having spent extensive time living and working in Muslim majority countries it seems strange to me that we hear so much in the West about Islam and feminism and how the two are compatible. My conclusion is that this statement is the voice of ignorance when it comes to the reality of Islam and the place of women in Islam.
I say in this piece that the proof of the pudding is in its eating and the attached video illustrates this when it comes to the experience of women and Islam – when they actually lived it.
It is an interesting fact that female Muslim reformers, or ex Muslims, are so demonised by mainstream Islam and sideline by many `feminists’ in Western society. Yet when you listen to them they are so articulate and clear it is hard to disagree with their narrative/message.
Demographics. How many have thought much of this word? Until about five years ago I never gave it a second thought and probably didn’t even know the meaning of the word. Yet for Western countries, it is one of the most significant subjects when it comes to the future of our children.
In this article, we see Islam’s position on women authored by Allamah Sayyid Sa’eed Akhtar Rizvi. It is good to read the Islamic position from their point of view.
The arrest of Tommy Robinson on May 25, 2018, opens up the issue of Muslim rape gangs and how it seems that the British establishment would rather cover the issue up than deal with its own members that knew about these gangs for years yet did nothing to stop them.
Most would love to see a picture of this beautiful Muslim woman as representing the wives of Muhammad. But the fact is that he married a child at 6 and had sex with her at nine according to Muslim sources.
A look at the position of women in Islam. Thousands of years of development towards women’s freedom is being destroyed in the West by the application of sharia law.
Another look on the subject of Muhammad and his sexual desires for children. Is this the perfect pattern of life all mankind should follow?
Here again we see Muhammad’s addiction to sex. We also see how he uses `revelation from Allah’ to justify his abuse of women. Very convenient for Muhammad that Allah indulges his every sexual fantasy.
In this article we see Muhammad as an example to follow if you want to marry a child – not just a minor (under 18) but a child. Is this the pattern of life Islam really wants us to follow from the perfect example of a holy prophet?
Here is another example of a woman brutalised by Muhammad and his men and then taken as `wife’ by Muhammad. Another example of his lack of decent humanity and ethics.
Muslim activist and Women’s March organizer, Linda Sarsour, has helpfully exposed a side of Islam that is pro-Sharia and pro-jihad
by Silas INTRODUCTION Muhammad and his followers fought many battles. Some were offensive some were defensive. Following a victory the Muslims would take captives, or prisoners of war. Muhammad would usually distribute the captives, both male and female, as slaves...
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.