My last blog post led to a lively facebook debate about Islamic remedies to the oppression of women. Two topics, in particular, seemed to preoccupy us as we discussed: 458 more words
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I want to share this link to a book launch at USF next week because it sounds awesome! 867 more words
“Knowledge is one of the benefits which the very magnificent God, the possessor of knowledge and superiority, granted to his slaves all together both men and women.” Fatma Aliye… 1,361 more words
This post is directed mainly at those who do not see any sexism and misogyny behind Sheikh Abu Eesa’s original tweets, and worse, his belligerent unapologetic followups. 1,579 more words
Watch the video above to hear Saadia’s lecture presentation on feminist interpretations of the Qur’an, particularly in the English-speaking world. This lecture was part of the “And They Spake These Word…Women’s Voices in Religion” series at Duke University’s Women’s Center, February 20th, 2014.