All posts tagged: dignity

One year on from the COVID 19, Niqab Wearing Sisters are Still Left Oppressed

On the 16th of February 2020, the news outlet First Post discussed the dilemma of Niqab wearing women in the advent of compulsory mask wearing. The report states “Studies have shown that Muslim women are more likely to experience prejudice in public spaces, employment and other services, when they dress religiously. Over 80% of the […]

By the Khilafah’s (Caliphate) Absence, the Loss Women Faced was Great and Terrible

We hear, read and even live it, they are the effects of the absence of the Khilafah (Caliphate) and the Islamic state that rules with Islam. And for those who wonder, whether questioning, mocking, or seeking knowledge, what did we really lose by its absence? We say: We lost a lot in all levels, fields […]

100 Years of Darkness, Dishonour and Despair for the Muslim Woman in the Absence of Her Shield and Guardian – The Khilafah

This Rajab marks another grim milestone in the history of the Muslim Ummah – 100 years in the Hijri calendar since the destruction of its glorious state and Islamic leadership: the Khilafah at the hands of the enemy of Islam, Mustapha Kemal, and Western colonial governments. This catastrophic event had a devastating impact on the […]