Today’s Judith, an imaginary sister of William Shakespeare, would probably face better conditions but would still struggle to have options and fair opportunities.
One would wonder who might be an enemy of the faith in Pakistan. If any, the person would most probably be a Muslim.
Islam provides women with education rights, financial independence, unilateral divorce, and guarantees their dignity, and the Taliban should follow these principles if they are sincere.
The major American military mission may end next Tuesday, but the relationship between civilians of both countries will continue far into the future
Amid pandemic grief and exhausting global political events, never has the world so desperately needed an escape from reality
Oruc Guvenc inherited the centuries-old art of therapeutic Sufi music from his mentor. And he helped the sick heal until the last phases of his life.
Afghans reflect on what it feels like to have their future determined by another nation’s elections, and Americans are wondering why the war there went so wrong.
Thousands of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia have endured mass rights violations amidst the Tigray war and an information blackout. Here is my humble attempt to shed light on what happened during a terrifying three months of abuse.
When players took a knee they said ‘gesture politics’ and when Raheem buys a car the country goes into a crisis of conscience.
The children of rape have become 'the symbol of the trauma the nation as a whole went through, and society prefers not to acknowledge their needs.'
Muslim women in India were traumatised after finding their names and photographs up for auction on a mobile app.
Covid-19 has reshaped the way actors express themselves and the way audiences experience and receive live performances.
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