‘Mirror on the Veil’: Anthology that Counters Hijabi Stereotypes

by Saadia Faruqi I have worn the hijab for the last decade, perhaps more. It’s difficult to count the years because it didn’t happen in one day or even a few months so that


Sweden Peace Shattered with Violence and What it Could Mean for Immigration to Europe

by Saadia Faruqi On Apr. 7, 2017, a truck rammed into shoppers in Stockholm, Sweden, killing four and injuring many more. Muslims everywhere held their breath as the news of an Uz

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‘Amina’s Voice’ Lets a Muslim Girl’s Voice Shine in Mainstream Media

by Saadia Faruqi If you’ve been searching in vain for fiction you can identify with as a South Asian or a Muslim, or perhaps both, Simon and Schuster Children’s Publishing has