The Clothing of Muhammad Rasūlullāh ﷺ: Target of the Modernists

The clothes of Rasūlullāh sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam were simple. They generally comprised of a sheet, a long qamīs, and a shawl. He loved...

Overgeneralization and Its Dangers in Understanding Islam

In Western philosophy early to mid 20th century, a group of philosophers argued that the discipline of philosophy is prone to overgeneralize, i.e., to...

3 Questions Muslims Should Ask about the #MeToo Campaign

  Muslims need to step back and reevaluate whether they want to jump on the bandwagon of every last liberal feminist cause that flops onto...

Reviewing Yaqeen Institute: A Source of Certainty or Doubt?

Note: UPDATED August 30, 2021. This is a living document that will in sha’ Allah be updated as Yaqeen continues to publish content for...

Hijab and Same-Sex Marriage

The EU court ruling allowing employers to ban employees from wearing hijab... What else can employers ban or decide for their own business? How about...

Afghanistan: Hijab Requirements Enrage Feminist Journalists

Recently, female Afghan Journalists have taken an issue with hijab mandates imposed by the Taliban. These mandates, based upon the Shariah, are under attack...

How to Respond to Hijab Bans

This is more along the lines the kind of values-driven response Muslims should have to the French authorities wanting to ban modesty. We need to...

Ikhtilāṭ: A Critical But Neglected Islamic Prohibition

The following is a guest post from Mufti Zameelur Rahman, esteemed scholar and researcher residing in the UK. What is Ikhtilāṭ? As the “human being has been...

No, Men Are Not Obsessed With What Women Wear

Not buying the narrative that "men are obsessed with controlling what women wear." First of all, that would mean that women have no agency or...

Attack on Masculinity: European Schools Ask Boys to Wear Skirts

In their latest effort to neuter gender and strip society of any trace of normalcy and decency, the newest fad in Europe seems to...