The full video of my debate with two feminist activists – a barrister and magazine editor who argued that everyone should identify as feminist – is now up! The debate motion “Is it wrong not to identify as feminist?” was decided by audience voting before and after (where the winner is the side that manages … Continue reading
Grab a cup of your favourite coffee and listen in on my recent discussion with Brother Karim Serageldin where we discussed feminism, women’s rights, and shari’ah on his insightful podcast, ‘Coffee with Kareem’. Thank you to Brother Karim for hosting me, and watch this space for part 2!
A short clip from my primer lecture, “Feminism and the Concept of Medina”, hosted by The Qur’an Initiative.
Following the exciting debate, Islam or Feminism – which one can truly liberate women?, between myself and radical feminist journalist Julie Bindel, the official MDI Transcript of the opening presentation I delivered is available to read below. It is also available as a pdf, here. This debate took place last November, and the transcript is being published … Continue reading
For those who prefer the flexibility of audio lectures, there is now a podcast of a lecture I delivered at Canterbury University (New Zealand) this February 2015, titled “What Defines Women’s Rights?” You can listen to the podcast below, as aired on Plains FM who kindly created this podcast or, alternatively, you can download the Plains FM podcast for free and … Continue reading
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