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Super MuslimahsThe Niqabi

Excellence Beyond the Niqab: An Interview with Western Mindanao State ...

“Being a niqabi in a university where there is free mixing of men and women was tough, but Alhamdulillah, Allah always provides a way out.” – Shalaine Tatu It has been months since we featured an inspiring muslimah. Alhamdulillah, we ...



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Motherhood: The Best Job in the World

When I gave birth to my little angel and held his adorable tiny body in my arms for the very first time, I wished…I deeply wished that someone would have told me how incredibly inconceivably rewarding the journey of motherhood is. ...



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TV Reporter Raiza Dapilin on Hijab and Empowerment

The first time I saw Raiza, I was walking towards our dinner table at the poolside restaurant in Marco Polo Plaza, Cebu City. I literally was stopped on my tracks because I thought that I was seeing our very own ...



Super MuslimahsThe Hijabi

The Contemporary Muslim Filipina

“Muslim women are oppressed by her faith and her [Islamic] nation.” ~­ Lauren Rankin Muslim Filipinas are not excused from what the text on the left says. Living in the Muslim­-dense Mindanao or in Christian-­dominated Luzon and Visayas has been one ...



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Promising Young Hijabis in the Philippines

Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem. Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu.   While today’s generation has been dubbed as selfish and narcissistic, we are also the most diverse, creative and passion-loving generation. Not only do we face the criticisms of being millennials, ...



Super MuslimahsThe Hijabi

A Day in the Life of 3 Hijabis

When non-Muslims see a hijabi on the street, walking with her head scarf and long garments covering her from head to toe, there must be a spark of curiosity that ignites within them. How does she spend her days? What ...