As-Salaamu Alaikum everyone! I’ve received so many requests for an update on my upcoming book, “Women’s Rights Without Feminism”, which is named after my coined concept #womensrightswithoutfeminism. This book has been a few years in the making so far, so I thought it is time to share an update. Alhamdulillah, the manuscript is coming along well … Continue reading
Feminism and femininity – do they conflict? And if so, is it for the reasons we might think? I’ll be discussing this question in Birmingham this week at the Abrahamic Foundation – please come by if you are in the area, Friday 4th September 2015, at 7pm.
I’m excited to share that my tour of New Zealand is due to soon begin. I’ll be visiting universities and community venues around the country, inshaAllah, and ending at the IWCNZ “Passing the Torch” Conference in Christchurch. For those in New Zealand, please do come along if I’m in your city. For those who cannot, … Continue reading
I am honoured to have been invited all the way to New Zealand (Christchurch) to speak at a women’s conference called “Passing the Torch” on 6th February 2015. Whilst there, inshaAllah, I will also be doing a speaking tour of other NZ cities and universities, and have had two confirmations so far (Hamilton and Palmerston … Continue reading
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
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.
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