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DEBATE RECORDING: This House Believes That Shari’ah Law is Fairer than English Law

Following the exciting debate, This House Believes That Shari’ah Law is Fairer than English Law, between Zara Faris alongside Abdullah Al-Andalusi for the motion, and Adrienne Page QC and a retired Judge against the motion, we are pleased to announce that the recording of the full debate is now available to watch below. An important … Continue reading

MDI Transcript: This House Believes That Shari’ah Law is Fairer than English Law (Opening Presentation)

Following the exciting debate, This House Believes That Shari’ah Law is Fairer than English Law, between Zara Faris alongside Abdullah Al-Andalusi for the motion, and Adrienne Page QC and a retired Judge against the motion – following which the motion, “This House Believes That Shari’ah Law is Fairer than English Law” was WON on voter … Continue reading

How “Modernist Muslims” Read the Qur’an

Muslims believe that the Qur’an was revealed to mankind as clear guidance, based on an objective meaning – commands intended to be understood and applied by us. There cannot be unlimited interpretations of the Qur’an because, for the Qur’an to have any meaning, this necessitates discernment between things (unless the author is a poor communicator). … Continue reading

TICKET RESERVATIONS NOW LIVE: Islam or Feminism – which one can truly liberate women?

A date and venue is finally set for my debate with Julie Bindel and tickets can now be reserved – 28th November at the Institute of Education (London). Further details below. Please note that tickets are very limited, so book early to guarantee your seat and avoid disappointment. ————————————————————————————- MDI BIG DEBATE: Islam or Feminism: … Continue reading

Why Liberalism does not want you to wear the niqab

“Find them behind the veil where they hide themselves” The situation of the Muslim woman, and particularly the wearing of the veil, has persistently been used through recent history as the “theme of action” by those working to intellectually subdue Muslim communities. In colonial Egypt, British colonial officials specifically cited the veil and treatment of … Continue reading

UPCOMING EVENT on WEDNESDAY 22 OCTOBER: Women of Faith at SOAS University, UK

Tomorrow evening, from 6pm-8pm, I will be speaking about the realities of being Muslim, alongside a Christian woman who will be speaking of her own experience as a Christian. The session will be followed by an open discussion. Venue: SOAS University, Russel Square, Main Building, Rm 559.

UPCOMING EVENT on MONDAY 20th OCTOBER: SPEAKSIS at University College London (UCL), UK

Upcoming Feminism Debate with Julie Bindel: “Islam or Feminism: which one can truly liberate women?”

Very excited to announce that Julie Bindel (journalist and activist) and I will be debating the question, “Islam or Feminism: which one can truly liberate women?” Julie Bindel is a journalist, broadcaster, author and feminist campaigner, and is a founder of ‘Justice for Women’. She writes for the Guardian, New Statesman, Standpoint Magazine, The Spectator … Continue reading

The Muslim “Feminist” (who isn’t really a “Feminist”)

“Feminism” has been stalking Muslim women. It has been quietly was-wasa-whispering that it deeply and fully understands the liberation that Muslim women seek – that it understands Muslim women better than Muslim women do (and definitely better than their Creator does!). “Feminism” has been vowing, nay threatening, that it alone is the answer to injustices … Continue reading

Men and a Bowl Full of M&Ms

A comedian called The Frogman published a post that has been viralised by feminists on social media. In the post, he wrote the following analogy to try and justify that it is OK for women to be fearful of *all* men: “Imagine a bowl full of M&Ms. 10% of them are poisoned. Go ahead. Eat … Continue reading

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