The Netflix drama ‘Ethos’ lays bare the divided soul of contemporary Turkey
The charges against Major Fatima Isaacs are another example of how liberal democracies try to prescribe Muslim women’s dress code
French Justice Minister Nicole Belloubet waded into a debate over the marketing of a sports version of the Muslim hijab headscarf
The debate about what Muslim women in Nigeria can put on their heads is getting more heated
Though laws might no longer be interpreted this way, women have always been powerful
It is not the first time a L’Oreal advertising campaign to promote diversity has foundered because of controversial social media comments by a model
‘Wearing hijab is a reminder about the way I should behave to represent Islam’
When I have conversations with women, they ask about my religion and my reasons for wearing hijab.
The obsession with uncovering Muslim women isn’t empowering. It’s denying our agency.
Readers voice their opinion on Qur’an rules, textbooks and statues.
Does wearing the hijab mean you are holier than thou? Fatima Asmal finds a rich tapestry of views.
Masih Alinejad is not opposed to the hijab, but she has created a Facebook page because she wants people to have the freedom to choose.
Iranian-born photographer Sara Shamsavari’s colourful portraits celebrate the individuality and creativity of the capital’s young Muslim women.
What female athletes wear should get less attention, but sports clothing can be a barrier to competition for many women who want to cover up.