Okay, so our readers have spoken! Our original Friday link format is back! We’ll do our best to keep it this way!
- An interview with Anjum Zamrooda Habib, a prominent Kashmiri resistance fighter.
- The Washington Post profiles an Egyptian woman who’s gaining fame by teaching Egyptians how to prepare food they can actually afford.
- A Muslim schoolgirl in Mangalore, India, is fighting for the right to wear hijab at school.
- In Iran, hijab is used as a political pawn (again).
- The “new” Iraq isn’t very safe for women or minority groups.
- Looking at Bouthaina Kamel, Egypt’s first female presidential nominee.
- In Morocco, the Arab Spring isn’t doing much for winning.
- Pakistan’s Dawnlooks at the feminization of faith.
- Nazish Noorani was killed while walking with her husband and child in New Jersey. May God give them peace and justice.
- A police station in Tennessee will no longer require the removal of religious headgear on men or women arrested.
Feel free to leave links in the comments to news about Muslim women from this week that we’ve missed !