Indigenous Rights and Muslims

This post has been a long time coming. The issue of Muslims and Indigenous rights, specifically in the context of Canada and the US, has been on my mind for many years, but recently, with an increase in Islamophobia in both Canada and the US (especially the US) its got me thinking about our relationshipContinue reading “Indigenous Rights and Muslims”

Discomfort Defines Me

I’m easily distracted. Too easily. I enjoy reading but I find myself thinking on tangents as I read, much too often for my liking. Grad school was particularly bad as it would take me much too long to finish a scholarly article because one phrase may trigger an indirectly related thought which would then takeContinue reading “Discomfort Defines Me”

Dew Point

This blog is dedicated to sharing my every-day discoveries of how the light and beauty of Islamic spirituality can be part of a modern, well-rounded way of life.

Between Sisters, SVP!

IN THE Name of Allah, the most merciful, the most compassionate. Welcome to my blog. 99 Jannah Dr, Jannahville.

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mental Health. Spirituality. feminism.

Queer Zenana

Pakistani queer feminist anti-colonial/anti-nationalist politics

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Darvish

"I will walk a thousand leagues in falsehood, that one step of the journey may be true." - Junayd

run like the wind

a bad idea, followed by poor execution

Riding on Islam and the Third Wave

Exploring the intersection of Islam and gender rights (and some other things too)

Sisters Breaking Barriers

a blog for the HEART Women & Girls / Muslim Youth Project

PSYCHBOT

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Fatemeh Fakhraie

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Outburst Movement

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Love, InshAllah

Fresh Perspectives on Love

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Health Education, Advocacy, Research & Training for Women & Girls