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Hello Friends! Here is Part 2 of this episdoe, as promised :). In this episode, Fatima and I transition from talking about the struggle of growing up brown and Muslim to embracing who we are and CHOOSING to be Muslim. Hope you enjoy! Follow my instagram for more content! https://www.instagram.com/thismuslimgirlpodcast/?hl=en Learn more about your a…
 
Hello friends! On this part 1 of a 2 part episode, I share the mic with Fatima who is a 20 year old Yemeni-American college student. We go DEEP into the struggle of accepting our identity as kids/teens, dealing with depression from isolation and bullying, and whitewashing ourselves to fit in. Please stay tune for part two that is coming up! Follow …
 
Marah Siyam is a 23-year-old Palestinian American. Marah graduated from Rutgers University- Newark with a bachelor’s degree in English as well as a minor in Fine Art and Art History. Born in Jerusalem and raised in both Palestine and the United States, she has a unique perspective on the struggles of balancing both cultures. Her work illuminates th…
 
Hi friends! This episode I am joined with the lovely Huma Saeedi. Huma is a registered psychotherapist and has been in the field for over 18 years and has worked with a diverse clientele. Huma has provided both individual and group therapy to people with primarily PTSD, along with other related mood and anxiety disorders. You asked the questions an…
 
Welcome back everyone! On this episode I am joined by a lovely entrepreneur and founder of Flora and Noor. Flora & Noor was started by Jordan Karim, a mother of two and previous pharmaceutical consultant who created the brand to provide clinically effective skincare and body products without unnecessary harsh ingredients that are vegan, cruelty-fre…
 
Grab a drink (if it's after iftar of course) and some tissues because this heartfelt episode will tug at your heartstrings. I sit with the lovely Ahlam Said to talk about mennas, a contribution to Ahlam's mothers legacy of empowering women in Yemen. Mennas partners with female artisans in Yemen and pays them dignified wages for their unique bukhoor…
 
I catch up with a dear friend of mine Heba Hyder, author or Maymunah's Musings. We go deep into conversations of faith (Iman) and struggle. Hope you enjoy! Hebah's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hebasubehhyder Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thismuslimgirlpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Welcome back to part two of my episode with Aaya Al Shamahi. Be sure to check out part one if you havent already! Aaya is an illustrator and aspiring character animator. Through her art pieces and work as a video journalist, she celebrates Yemeni culture as well as exploring issues on identity and conflict. Be sure to check her out below! Aaya's In…
 
Welcome back to a new episode! On this episode, the US meets the UK as I am joined by Aaya Al Shamah. Aaya is an illustrator and aspiring character animator. Through her art pieces and work as a video journalist, she celebrates Yemeni culture as well as exploring issues on identity and conflict. Be sure to check her out below! Aaya's Instagram: htt…
 
Hello again! Self care is so important to staying motivated and productive, in this episode I talk about my top practices that I have incorporated into my daily routine to stay on top of things and be proactive towards my goals. Hope you find some inspiration to stay focused, productive, and kind to yourself throughout your journey :) Instagram: ht…
 
Welcome Back! On this episode I sit with Sabriah Bilal who is an American born Muslim from Philadelphia. A seasoned teacher of 19 years, public speaker, author and community activist. She is the founder and CEO of breebreespeaks which is a faith based organization that aims at empowering women to love themselves through trauma healing, life coachin…
 
Hi you beautiful people! It has been a minute, but I wanted to record a quick episode saying hello, happy new year and that I have missed you! I have a new episdode coming out this month so stay tuned :) For latest content and epidodes follow TMGP here: instagram: instagram.com/thismuslimgirlpodcast twitter: twitter.com/thismuslimgirl Learn more ab…
 
Salam! Welcome back to another solo episode :) I took some of your suggested content from social media and created this episode to talk about some random, but highly interesting topics. Ill have a timestamp for each topic to help you navigate if you prefer to jump around :) 0:40 : I joined Clubhouse! 7:05 : More to the concept of halal/haram money …
 
Hey I am back with the beautiful Heba Hyder, author of the series Maymuna's Musings and my good friend! Heba was on a previous episode some years ago (check it out if you haven't already) and I wanted to have a check in to see what she has been up to. She is smart, she is inspirational and she sits with me to discuss her book journey, perspective o…
 
Get ready for a long winded rant...It has been a while since I have uploaded and what a year it has been! I have new episodes planned but before I uploaded those, I wanted to check in and talk about all things #2020 including the pandemic, the elections, the new momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement and the new vaccine... *sigh* Catch ya in t…
 
A passionate people connector bridging continents with her work, Alaa is a Serial Entrepreneur from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, who works as a Cultural Consultant, Art Director, and Illustrator. Her work focuses on brand development, art direction, business development, and design strategy. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adch…
 
My sister Hana is back! On this episode she joins me during a Ramadan night to have some candid sisterly conversations about graduating college, Ramadan guilt, sibling relations and more. We also started a new segment called #twittertalks where we pick an interesting tweet and discuss it. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/…
 
I am joined with Jibreel Salaam and Mohamaed Hassan to discuss how Muslim men can be better allies to Muslim women. We asked for your input with questions and comments and we sat down, no filter, to talk about them. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי This Muslim Girl
 
Sofia Haq was born and raised in Southern California to a Pakistani and Arab father and Mexican and Spanish mother. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Gender Studies from UCLA in 2015 and participated in an International Business study abroad program at The London School of Economics and Political Science. In 2018, she graduated from the Rior…
 
This episode is inspired by the book "3000 Questions About Me". I bought this book to keep me occupied when I was traveling and it defiantly did the job. Random questions that make you reflect, laugh and sometimes cry. I recorded it with someone close to me- my best friend Khulood Hussin- because I wanted it to be fun and lighthearted. Enjoy! Learn…
 
This episode is with The Rogue Muslim Podcast host, Samiyyah. Listen in on our conversation about friendships, social media engagement, and politics. Make sure to check out the continuation of our conversation on her podcast @theroguemuslim! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Tara Ashraf is an international communications and media professional. She is a staff writer for Brown Girl Magazine and owns her own blog, In Between American. She has a master’s degree in International Media from American University in Washington, D.C., and a bachelor’s in Communication, Spanish, and English from St. John Fisher College in Roches…
 
Yasmeen, from the blog and podcast She Speaks Diversity, joins me to to discuss and answer some questions sent via Instagram on hijab & the recent conversations surrounding it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי This Muslim Girl
 
In this episode, Iman Mahoui, coauthor of the Muslims of the World Book, and I continue our conversation from the last episode on how she got involved with the founder of the social media platform, Sajjad Shah, and ultimately coauthored the book. She gives us insight to the process, growth and experience she had while working on this project. As al…
 
This episode is part one of a two part series. For this episode, I am joined with Iman Mahoui, a pre-med undergraduate student and one of the co-authors for Muslims of the World. We discuss what most students face when approaching graduation - what do you do next? Jump straight into graduate school, join the workforce, or take a year out of academi…
 
In this episode I am joined with a previous guest, Anysa Saleh, to talk about a hot topic at the moment: sexual assault and harassment. We know its been the topic of conversation in the media and politics following the #metoo movement, so we wanted to sit down and talk about how this subject stands in our community and the gaps that need to be fill…
 
Rebecca is an aspiring writer and marketing executive at Grand Medina Resorts. She lives in Montreal, Canada with her husband, stepdaughter and 2 year old son. Rebecca converted to Islam in 2014 and has since spent her time navigating the world as a Muslim, seeking knowledge and beauty in her faith. Enjoy this episode! Learn more about your ad choi…
 
Huda Fahmy is the creator and illustrator behind the successful webcomic series, Yes, I’m Hot in This. With almost 170k followers on Instagram, Huda’s comics follow the misadventures of her eponymous character and give perspective on the life of a slightly sweaty American hijabi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Huda Fahmy is the creator and illustrator behind the successful webcomic series, Yes, I’m Hot in This. With almost 170k followers on Instagram, Huda’s comics follow the misadventures of her eponymous character and give perspective on the life of a slightly sweaty American hijabi. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In this episode I am joined by a special guest...my brother Ali! Ali is 30 years old and the father of two beautiful girls. We sit down to talk about his paternal approach to raising young girls and the importance of nurturing their Islamic education, independence, and sense of confidence from a young age. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit me…
 
On this episode I am joined with Brenda Alemin, a convert to Islam since 1986, who shares her journey and experience of conversion, interracial marriage, and leading a support group for converts she organizes out of her own home. She hopes that sharing her story can bridge the gap between born Muslims and converts so that we may build a better, uni…
 
In January 2004, Mariam Mohamed was in school when her father was arrested, while taking his oath of citizenship, for suspected terrorist activities. She joins me to share the story of how this travesty played out and why her father had to ultimately self deport. Mariam is a 24 years old a Somali-Canadian-American who has faced a unique set of chal…
 
In this episode I invite you into a conversation between my sister Hana and I. Hana is 19 years old and a Junior in University studying English and Sociology. In her early teens, Hana surprised us all by becoming a vegetarian. In a Middle Eastern household, this was very different and she stuck with it for 4 years before transitioning later into a …
 
Heba, as you will find listening to this episode, is an exemplary Muslim woman who is not letting cultural and erroneous religious barriers stop her, or her daughters, from the pursuit of happiness - and it shouldn't stop you. In this episode we sit down and talk about (1)Islamic Feminism, (2) interracial marriage in Muslim communities, and (3) nor…
 
In this episode I sit with Jehan Hakim, a San Francisco native, whose involvement in her community is changing the perception of the Muslim female contribution to society. In this episode we discuss (1) the importance of community bonds (2) the different experiences and double standards between male and female community involvement, (3) the importa…
 
In this episode I sit with Anysa Saleh, a California born Yemeni American who is challenging the status quo of what it means to be an Arab American Muslim in a western country. In this episode we learn about (1) her conceptual art and the response to it, (2) balancing between traditionalism and progressivism, (3) women in the public arena, and (4) …
 
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