This year the birth anniversary of Lady Fatima Zahra (peace be upon her) coincided with the 8th of March International Women’s Day and the Ahl al-Bayt society of the University of Westminster took the opportunity to mark the occasion by...
There is much debate to be had, there is much that Muslim women can add to the debate, in their diversity of views and opinions, we don’t want voices from within our diversity to be cherry picked and given a platform as icons when they are not representative...
Roman Head coverings. The petasus. The pileus. The infula, or mitre. Veils I. from statute of Isabeau of Bavaria, queen of France, died 1435 (Abbey Church of St. Denis); as worn in France at the end of the 13th century. In the Caracombs – a woman prays ...