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What is Oppressive About Iranian/Saudi Hijab Requirements?

Headline: Iranian (or Saudi) women call on Western tourists to violate hijab law to fight against oppression. Question: What is oppressive about the hijab law? Answer:...

Feminism Is Not About Equality

This is the deal with modern feminists, unfortunately, Muslim as well as non-Muslim ones. Feminists want the perks of being a woman with none of...

The Supposedly Misogynistic Scholars of Islam

❝As for coffee, the author (al-Buhuti) says: "It should be obligatory (for the husband to have it available) if she is someone who habitually drinks...

Nawal El Saadawi – The Feminist Who Mercilessly Beat Women

The glad tidings of the timely death of feminist hack Nawal El Saadawi has brought many Muslims joy and celebration. But there are still some...

The Myth of the Strong, Independent Woman

Can we as Muslim women say that we aspire to be "strong, independent, empowered" women? Can we say that these terms aren't loaded and...

Toxic Feminist Nonsense: Victim-Blaming

"Did you hear about the senior citizen who lost his life savings because of an email scam?" "Wow, that's sad. He probably shouldn't have been...

Are Men Inherently Inclined To Rape?

Saying, "Why aren't men teaching each other not to rape?" is functionally the same as anti-Muslim bigots saying, "Why aren't Muslims condemning terrorism?" We recognize...

Is Liberalism to Blame for “Rape Culture”?

Sexual assault and harassment are big problems, whether on college campuses or elsewhere. I just want to ask this question: To what degree do larger...

The Grave Implications of “Feminist Islam”

One of the leading Muslim feminists once wrote that Muslims need to feel comfortable saying "no" to the Quran. Well, it's time for Muslims to...

Many Muslim Women Feel “Icky” About the Idea of Being Housewives. Why?

I was talking to a group of single young Muslim ladies about marriage. They were in the age range of the late twenties to...