Books on Amazon
- 351,226 hits
Today’s Top Posts
- The Haraam List
- Khairey: Pashto Curses, Insults, and Verbal Abuses in the Pashtun Culture
- Punjabi-Pashtun and Pashtun-Punjabi Racism and Hatred in Pakistan
- Pashtun Blogs
- The difference between "Pathan" and "Pashtun"/"Pakhtun"
- Terms of Endearment in Pashto
- Books on Islamic Feminism
- Sexual Abuse Stories
- The Babarra Massacre of August 12, 1948: Translation and Background of Pashto Song "Margiya Ma Raza Darzama"
- Pashtun Personality of the Week: Malalai of Maiwand, the Heroine of the Second Anglo-Afghan War
- why the reluctance to engage and acknowledge Islamic feminism?
- “Stopping Male Violence” (bell hooks)
- Minority youth leadership training opportunities
- how to hold men accountable for their violence against women
- when an intellectually stifled nation murders its future: why Mashal Khan of Mardan was lynched
- The Genocide Pakistan Committed against Bangladesh (Mar.-Dec. 1971)
- re the myth that male sex drive is uncontrollable and stronger than female sex drive
- on being deprived of women’s recitations of the Qur’an
Orbala on Punjabi-Pashtun and Pashtun-Pu… Ihtishamullah Khan on Punjabi-Pashtun and Pashtun-Pu… Orbala on Punjabi-Pashtun and Pashtun-Pu… Ihtisham Khan on Punjabi-Pashtun and Pashtun-Pu… Iylah Sharif on Punjabi-Pashtun and Pashtun-Pu… Orbala on Punjabi-Pashtun and Pashtun-Pu… Bibliographie sélect… on Muslim Feminist Blogs Orbala on Books on Islamic Feminism
TagsAfghans being a Pashtun girl on social media being human death to patriarchy everything is haraam female authority in Islam feminist choices Feminist poetry feminist things girls haraam hijab Islam Islamic feminism Islamophobia menstruation Muslim feminists Muslims Muslim things Muslim women Pakistan Pashtun Leaders Pashtuns Pashtun women Pashtun Women Leaders self love sexual abuse stereotypes against Pashtuns in Pakistan violence against humanity why we need feminism
Category Archives: Death to patriarchy
I’ve been thinking a lot about why non-feminist scholars (including male academics, even otherwise feminist-friendly ones! – see here, for example) and popular mainstream “traditionalist” scholars of Islam don’t engage Islamic feminist works. Sure, a part of it may have … Continue reading
bell hooks on relationships with men, patriarchy, men committing violence against women they supposedly love, and keeping men’s secret of the violence they commit within relationships. I’ve been reading Ch. 5 of bell hooks’s The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and … Continue reading
In a matter of one week, I was informed about three excellent opportunities for young folks interested in leadership. They all focus on Asian American youth or South Asian American youth. Sharing here in order of their deadline. The italicized parts … Continue reading
All sorts of trigger warnings because this is about violence against women. Also, I’m talking here exclusively about violence committed against women by their male partners. I know that women alone aren’t the victims of violence, I know men can … Continue reading
Readers’ discretion advised. This is about violence and the dangers of ignorance, arrogance, irresponsibility, and hypocrisy. What happened?
This may get a little … vulgar? uncomfortable? immodest? etc. And very long. But here’s the idea: 1) there’s a popular myth going around that male sexuality is uncontrollable, and that’s why they get to do the things they wanna … Continue reading
I’ve been listening to a lot of female recitations of the Qur’an lately. They bring me so, so much joy and peace that it angers me that we’ve been deprived of their voice – literally of their voice – for … Continue reading
From January 23-25, I was at a Muslim Women Leaders Program at the Union Theological Seminary with 20 other empowering Muslim women. The program was hosted by the Islam, Social Justice and Interreligious Engagement (ISJIE) program, directed by Dr. Jerusha … Continue reading
Okay, so the other day, a thing happened on my Facebook with a male academic scholar of Islam (a bunch of thanks and love to all my friends, women and men, academics and non-academics, who responded brilliantly in support of … Continue reading