A novel about saying no to social injustice and also focuses on themes of family and family relationships.
I wondered if I was doing something wrong.
Not all Muslims know one another. Nor are they planning to conquer the Western world and convert everyone to Islam. Relax.
It's the ultimate party playlist.
How did we get so elitist while following a religion based on breaking down class barriers?
I'm not going to get married just because someone else thinks my engagement is too long.
Mosques can be extremely cliquish, as so many people gravitate towards hanging around those who are the same ethnicity.
I tried to hide my shock. But what else could I do in that situation?
As a Muslim women growing up I was expected to prioritize marriage above everything else in life.
We’re not considered locals in the countries we were raised in, and we’re too foreign to be considered local in the countries whose citizens we identify as.
Hey Deen Squad, we need to talk.
I felt guilty about the potential heartbreak and pain that I would cause by telling them I wanted to marry Paul.