The Case for a Modest Wedding in Islam

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By Shaahima When it was confirmed that I was to be married and the dates for the event set, family members went into a flurried pseudo-state of panic and anticipation. We have a wedding to plan! The dress! The venue! The guest list! The frenzy that ensued soon began to seep into my psyche, and a few [Read More...]

Should You Get a Divorce (as a Muslim)? – Part I

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By Rabia Chaudry Part I of a two-part series on why to get divorced, how to go about doing so and what the Quran and Sunnah have to say about divorce . Having always been rather open and public about the fact that I’m a remarried divorcee — and such publicity being uncommon in the Muslim [Read More...]

Looking for Love and Finding Awkwardness at ISNA

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By Obaid H. Siddiqui *Names have been withheld to protect the innocent and as to not embarrass the guilty. The 49th annual convention hosted by the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) in Washington, D.C. on Labor Day weekend was a success. It was a full of spiritually- and politically-nourishing lectures; a bazaar full of [Read More...]

‘Love InshAllah’ Explores the Love Lives of American Muslim Women

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By Merium Kazmi, contributor at Muslimah Media Watch “I wasted years because I didn’t think I fit into their conception of Islam or God. And I don’t. But God is greater than all that. There are as many ways to Him as there are people on the planet.” (Ayesha Mattu, “The Opening,” p. 54) For [Read More...]


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