Posts Tagged “Muslim Women”

Macy’s announces new line of Muslim clothing

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Macy’s announces new line of Muslim clothing

Macy’s announces new line of Muslim clothing Muslims continue to grow as a community and its not surprising that Muslims are not only being targeted as voters by politicians, but also as retail consumers by businesses. One of the latest businesses to appeal to Muslims is Macy’s one of the nation’s largest retail department stores…

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Bibi Khadija’s leadership is the need of the day for Muslims

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Bibi Khadija’s leadership is the need of the day for Muslims

Where are the likes of Bibi Khadija, Muhammad (pbuh) and the righteous ones? By Mike Ghouse One of the many ways to pull ourselves (American Muslims) up by our bootstraps is to look at our own history and revive on the model created by Bibi Khadija, Prophet Muhammad and the righteous leaders.  Unless we make…

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Politics on the French Beach

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Politics on the French Beach

Politics on the French Beach. The French are afraid for their Christian identity, hence the Muslims and the Arabs seem to threaten changing France’s rich political culture, its custom and societal fabric. By Abdennour Toumi The question of the “Burkini” and what a woman has to wear on the beach and in the French public sphere…

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French Marianne, the Naked Truth

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French Marianne, the Naked Truth

Over the course of decade since the law has passed, the discourse surrounding it has become increasingly centered on the hijab, the Muslim veil representing religion and womanhood, which covers the head and neck. Suggestions arose that the hijab is imposed upon Muslim women by their male family members, and that these women required liberation….

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Obituary: Azizah Magazine Publisher Tayyibah Taylor

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Obituary: Azizah Magazine Publisher Tayyibah Taylor

Obituary: Azizah Magazine Publisher Tayyibah Taylor By Ray Hanania Tayyibah Taylor was a different kind of Muslim. She was a woman who shattered the stereotypes against women in the media and broke the restrictions oftentimes imposed on Muslim women. Although she was not Arab, she was an influential role model for Arabs and non-Arabs alike. I met Tayyibah…

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