Khadijah (ra): A standard working mother?

Aishah Azri Today, for many women struggling against glass-ceilings and pay-inequality, the fact that the wife of the Prophet, Khadijah (ra) was a wealthy entrepreneur in a time where most business owners were men, is a source of pride. Often cited as a true representation of women’s empowerment under Islam, our knowledge of how Khadijah (ra) proposed marriage to Muhammad (saws), when she was not … Continue reading Khadijah (ra): A standard working mother?

Through The Double Doors: A Look Into Life With My Sister Who Has Autism

By Feryaal Tahir Shiny floors, the sweet, spicy smell of cinnamon pretzels, and greasy, fresh French fries combined with the chatter of families with grins from ear to ear, rushing into the varieties of shops, all to participate in some great New Year’s sales. I was only able to take in about three and a half minutes of it as my family and I literally ran … Continue reading Through The Double Doors: A Look Into Life With My Sister Who Has Autism