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Women in Islam

Women in Islam | The Derogation of Women in Islam Posted by Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq A great article on HuffPost by Dr. David Liepert, Muslim Author, Leader, Spokesperson, Host of “The Optimistic Muslim” on webtalkradio.net/ For Muslims, Ramadan is a month … Continue reading

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How Muslim Extremists Drive Islamophobia

How Muslim Extremists Drive Islamophobia: The Connection Between Muslim Feminism and Ahl ul Bid’ah Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq Islamophobia has many aspects, categories, faces , and manifestations. Though the bulk of it is manufactured in a top-down fashion from unscrupulous political … Continue reading

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The Niqab Debate: Part 3

The Niqab Debate: Part 3 Muhammad ‘Abd al-Haqq Certainly, are “niqab bans Islamophobic?” is a legitimate question. However we must approach this question from two different angles. Because wearing the niqab is not fard(mandatory) the question must be asked if … Continue reading

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