Asalaamu alaykum and welcome to the Muslimah Diaries.

There are plenty of sites that claim to represent Muslim women and Islam – whilst some of them do, its safe to say that the general representation of our religion in the modern era does not correspond with what is outlined in the Quran, the Muslim holy book, and the Sunnah, the acts and sayings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Many fear society’s condemnation, or choose to follow certain scholars at the expense of mainstream Islamic opinion. As a result, the vast majority of Muslims are confused about Islam’s place in the 21st century, and how it should influence our lives.

The Muslimah Diaries was created to guide and empower Muslim women to break those shackles and unashamedly express the Islamic perspective on issues important to them. If you want to know about Islamic history, or the political realities of Muslim countries, this is the site for you. If you want to discuss the Islamic identity in the modern world, or boost your iman and reconnect to your Creator, check out our weekly articles for all the latest discussions. From news coverage to our interviews with Muslim women on the street, follow us to keep up to date with our weekly articles on the issues we need to be talking about.

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  1. Hi,
    I’m a reporter at Metro.co.uk, I would love to the sister who wrote about empowerment coming from representation, or even the team at Muslimah Diaries, do you care that Muslims/BAME people are not represented in the media, or is it kind of futile? Please get in touch with your thoughts at faima.bakar@metro.co.uk. Thanks!


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