Last week Zulfat Suara became the first Muslim elected to a Metro seat in Nashville history. The Nashville Tennessean reports that Ms. Suara, a certified public accountant at Meharry Medical … [Read more...]
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The MOST Story Bank is a live archive of stories on the most current events, people and cultural perspectives of Muslims in America and around the world. With writers in mind, MOST carefully selects story-driven news from the most reputable published sources.
Mariam Khan, editor of It’s Not About The Burqa: Muslim Women on Faith, Feminism, Sexuality and Race, brings us a #MustRead listicle of the 5 most inspiring Muslim women you need to know. … [Read more...]
Sobia Masood says that modest fashion does not have to equate to boring fashion. Masood is a social media influencer and first-generation Muslim American who hopes her choice to dress modestly is an … [Read more...]
Nermana Huskić was a child during the Bosnian war and as a Muslim, she witnessed terror and violence at a young, impressionable age. After the war, her mother and brother were approved to relocate to … [Read more...]
This year places like Quebec and Austria have passed bills banning some public servants from wearing religious garbs at work. Quebec's ban (also known as Bill 21) was passed on June 16 and will … [Read more...]
Aysha Khan, a Muslim Miss England contestant, has made it through to the final stage of the contest and many say she has successfully taken on stereotypes. For instance, she chose to participate in … [Read more...]
In Paris, two women are developing a liberal mosque that will host weekly prayers led alternately by a female and male imam. Founders Kahina Bahloul, a former lawyer, and Faker Korchane, a teacher … [Read more...]
Jawahir Roble is the first female Muslim referee in British football. She is part of a nationwide initiative in the United Kingdom, sponsored by the English Football Association, with the purpose to … [Read more...]