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Ramadan 2019: why swearing is off the cards for a month

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  • Beauty

    9 halal beauty products every Muslim woman needs in her make-up bag

  • It’s Not About The Burqa: Muslim Women on Faith, Feminism, Sexuality and Race is edited by Mariam Khan and published by Picador, out now.
    Opinion

    “What I want people to know about being a Muslim woman”

  • Life

    Why wearing a hijab can be a powerful feminist statement

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  • Long Reads

    The role of women in mosques is finally changing. Here’s why that matters

    6 Muslim women explain why the UK’s first female mosque training scheme is so vitally important

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    Salma Haidrani
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  • Long Reads

    “Women don’t need permission to speak up. I’m proof of that”

    Our voices are powerful. Let’s use them

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    Mariam Khan
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  • Long Reads

    Friends, family and food: 7 women on how they’re celebrating Eid 2018

    “All the mistakes we made can be put behind us, because Eid is the start of something wonderful”

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    Sarah Shaffi
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  • LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 11: Two women wearing Islamic niqab veils stand outside the French Embassy during a demonstration on April 11, 2011 in London, England. France has become the first country in Europe to ban the wearing of the veil and in Paris two women have been detained by police under the new law. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
    Life

    The Muslim Women’s Network has a powerful message for Boris Johnson

    “Your comments will incite hatred and put Muslim women who veil in danger”

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Long Reads

    This is what it’s really like to observe the month of Ramadan

    In the final of her weekly diaries, Sarah Shaffi reflects on her experience

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    Sarah Shaffi
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  • Visible Women

    This is why feminism is so important to Muslim women

    Faeeza Vaid flawlessly explains how her religion motivates her to fight for women’s rights

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Visible Women

    Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 1/3/18

    From Evan Rachel Wood addressing Congress to women in Saudia Arabia joining the military

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    Susan Devaney
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  • Life

    Muslim poet inspires millions as she refuses to ‘prove her humanity’

    “This will not be another ‘Muslims are like us’ poem”

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    Jasmine Andersson
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  • Life

    Viral photo series captures what it truly means to be black and Muslim

    The photo series captures “the most resilient people in the world"

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    Jasmine Andersson
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  • Life

    Muslim teen texts dad to tell him she won't wear hijab anymore

    And the 17-year-old has shared his beautiful response on Twitter

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Life

    “Don’t use France as an excuse for your arseholery”: a letter to Trump

    Paris local hits back at the US president

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • People

    “His ignorance is his own ruin”: Nadiya Hussain reacts to racist abuse

    “His ignorance is his own ruin.”

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    Moya Crockett
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  • People

    Meet the 20-something teaching Muslim women how to defend themselves

    In Trump’s America, Zaineb Abdulla is helping women fight back against hate crime.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Fashion

    Burkini designer pens powerful essay on French ban

    “You’ve taken something that symbolised happiness and turned it into a product of hatred”

    Posted by
    Harriet Hall
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  • People

    Great British Bake Off star Nadiya Hussain on racist abuse

    “It’s become a part of my life now”

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Ask A Feminist

    Why I stopped wearing the hijab

    “A restrictive reminder of the woman I needed to be.” by Hajar J Woodland

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    Stylist Team
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