The New York Times takes a look at the transformation of Malala Yousafzai -- from a native Pakistani girl to a teenage heroine, leading an important movement for education and peace. … [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.
The ultraconservative Saudi Arabian government is taking a step forward on women’s rights: It has adopted a new policy allowing women to ride bikes in parks and recreational activities. … [Read more...]
As instances of groping rise, so do self-defense classes. A vast majority of Egyptian women face a form of sexual harassment every day, and as a result, some anti-harassment organizations are … [Read more...]
Though the progress looks glacial to Western activists, the pace of change in Saudi Arabia can seem dizzying to people living inside this conservative Kingdom. What are the next steps and who is … [Read more...]
Although her childhood was full of betrayal, trauma and abuse, Yemen’s first female filmmaker, Khadija Al-Salami, is bringing change and progress to the women of her homeland. By documenting their … [Read more...]
Why does France still find the Muslim headscarf such a source of contention? It possesses a special power to inflame public debate, but is there a hidden agenda in banning the scarf? … [Read more...]
A study on Indian Muslim matrimonial profiles is peeling back layers on the quintessential struggle to find a life partner. Through careful research, the study has found that women are sticking to … [Read more...]