EVENT: Feminism – Al-Arqam Institute

As part of Al-Arqam Institute‘s Ramadan 2021 programme, our editor Aisha Hasan delivered a lecture on feminism. Outlining how the Muslim community should approach conversations on feminism, she discusses what we can learn from feminist analysis, evaluates Islamic feminism, and highlights the challenges posed by misogyny for Muslim women. Continue reading EVENT: Feminism – Al-Arqam Institute

The women of Tuggurt in their houses: Framings of women’s liberation in Algeria

Sabrina Amrane Shortly after he rose to power, former President of Algeria Houari Boumediene visited Tuggurt, a city more than 600km south of Algiers. His arrival is documented on film, where you can see him carefully step down from a private plane and then wave from a Lincoln town car, followed by dozens of police Vespas. When looking closely at the black-and-white montage, one can … Continue reading The women of Tuggurt in their houses: Framings of women’s liberation in Algeria

Gender series: “I just don’t think Muslim women should be working”

“I just don’t think Muslim women should be working … I mean, as a Muslim woman, your duty is to look after your husband and children; it’s the man’s duty to provide, and the woman’s duty to take care of the household.” “This is a modern day issue. Muslim women of the past knew their roles and responsibilities; they didn’t neglect their husbands and children … Continue reading Gender series: “I just don’t think Muslim women should be working”

Podcast Ep. 7: The Good, the Trads, and the Feminists

The TQP team sits down to address the elephant in the room when discussing Muslim women’s issues: feminism. Sharing our thoughts on its popularity and varied manifestations, we trace the phenomenon of adopting the feminist label among Muslims and its inconsistency with the Islamic worldview. Listen to Ep. 7 below, or find your favorite platform — including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google podcasts, and more — here … Continue reading Podcast Ep. 7: The Good, the Trads, and the Feminists