‘ISLAMIC FEMINISM MEANS JUSTICE TO WOMEN’

Prof Margot Badran is a senior fellow at Centre for Christian-Muslim Understanding in Georgetown University (USA). She specializes in “Islamic feminism” and has authored many essays and books interpreting Islam on feminist perspectives. “Feminists, Islam, and Nation: Gender and the Making of Modern Egypt” and “Opening the Gates: A Century of Arab Feminist Writing” (co-edited) are her important books. She

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When the night falls…

  by MUHAMMED NOUSHAD Sufi stories always fill your heart with warmth and your soul with longing.   “Could you send a kiss to your beloved by a messenger?”, a Sufi master once asked when one man approached him to ‘learn’ Sufism. Each human being’s spiritual quest is essentially unique and personal. What the Sufi master wanted to convey by

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