The Twitter page @exmuslimbecause began to revive the #exmuslimbecause. As expected, Muslims did not appreciate this hashtag very much because it offended their faith. So they began to tweet sarcastic remarks under the #. Others attempted to disagree with and challenge the #.
One young woman and I had a brief exchange in the midst of this. I will paste the screen shots below. I kept her username and photo out to maintain her anonymity because I would much rather focus on discussing her thought than single her out and bully her. #realtalk Click for more!
Very recently there was a family therapist out of Saudi Arabia that gave marital advice on how to properly beat your wife. Let’s discuss the videos and its standing in Islamic scriptures. Click for to keep reading!
In the video below I have a conversation with Sara who used to be in the social justice circles. Sara discusses her shifting world view and how it affected her emotional and social health. She definitely provides a lot of nuances from the Far-left worldview! Enjoy! Click for more!
Amani Al Khatabeh, founder of Muslimgirl.com is a feminist dedicated to empowering Muslim women and girls in the United States. Her activism aims to encourage Muslim women to speak up and participate in social dialogue.
She was recently interviewed on a talk show where she discussed Muslim feminism.
In that talk show interview, she called Islam the first feminist movement.