May 15, 2013
London-based law graduate turned writer/activist publishes her first children's book, "Grandma and Grandma Come to Stay", now available for purchase online.
Nov 25, 2012
In 1999 the United Nations General Assembly declared November 25th as International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. MWA recognizes this year's anniversary by joining the Say NO — UNiTE to End Violence Against Women Campaign.
Aug 23, 2012
"MWA extends Eid greetings to one-and-all, and appreciation to the viewers who supported this year's campaign. May the peace and blessings of Ramadan remain within us until we meet again in 2013, insha'Allah" – MWA Director, Aishah Schwartz
Aug 01, 2012
Some students expressed that it seemed fasting might actually be fun, while others said people who fast are brave. But the observation Ms. Kinani enjoyed hearing the most was that it seemed Muslims were just normal people.
Jul 19, 2012
This book discusses many important issues around the role, rights, responsibilities and resilience of Muslim women that resonate in Muslim communities globally – of our collective successes with regard to gender equity and of our failures.
Jul 18, 2012
If you think fasting for a whole month is easy, guess again! Fasting can be strenuous, but maintaining a commitment to quit smoking is a monumental challenge! Ramadan buddies are there to support and encourage one another.
Jul 17, 2012
The freedoms that contribute to crafting the identity of individuals should include the freedom of religion, human rights, freedom of thought and freedom of opinion, including respect for privacy and self-image.
Jul 16, 2012
"I have realized that of all the things I have done in my life, practicing Islam is the only one that I didn't do for any reason except that it was right." -Ruth Nasrullah
Jul 15, 2012
"Islam is a message for all of humankind so we must support others, women and men, in any struggle that leads to a better society and a better understanding of one another," states MWA member Nasreen Amina.
Apr 03, 2012
"I Love My Hijab" is a useful learning and teaching tool for girls new to Islam in addition to being an informative explanation for young readers and others who may not have previous knowledge of Islam.