The Time I Fought for Justice and The Hijab

by Anisah Kader I have always heard or read stories about Muslim women and the discrimination they facedwith their hijab on. In fact, all these stories I have read about were from other countries. Inever thought, right here, in Singapore, I would actually experience such discrimination, but Idid. It was an unforgettable moment that would…

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The Arranged Fairytale Wedding

by Begum__ What is the first thing that pops to your mind when you think of your wedding (if you do want to get married, of course)? Your significant other? Applying for BTO? The expenses? Strangely for me, none of those things come to my mind. What it actually reminds me is the scary process…

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Editor’s Letter: South Asian Muslims

by ‘Afifah Shameemah __ “They call us crows; black, ugly, noisy. ‘The crows have descended’, they’ll joke among themselves.” – M. A. A friend, M, reached out to me to share her experiences as an Indian Muslim woman in Singapore through an insightful yet disheartening email. Much like her, many other South Asian Muslims have…

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Hope Is The Light of Kindness

by E __ [CW: This post describes the aftermath of rape, its emotional impact of rape & experience of intense victim-blaming.] What is Hope, you ask? Hope is Love personified. Hope is Kindness acted out. Hope is a Friend, and a Lover, who offers compassion unconditionally. Hope is everywhere if we simply allow it to…

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