With the purpose to platform queer Muslim artists, writers and curators The Queer Muslim blog weaves together the threads of stories separated by oceans. The effect of it is much like an enchanted tapestry, its material sourced not from one known spool but from diverse perspectives.
London-based graphic designer and founder of Takweer Marwan Kaabour talks to us about queer pop-culture icons in Arab history and how SWANA culture influences his work. What was yo
Yassin Boutayeb on expressing ambivalence of belonging and using Moroccan influence in his clothes. What was your childhood like and were there any Islamic Icons that you looked up
I remember the summer I fell in love with the women of Islam. I remember the summer I fell in love with the women of Islam. It was when I read stories of women, young and elderly,
On a cold winter morning in Karachi, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto seats himself across his screen. In his frame, we catch glimpses of an imposing shelf to the left, a few books laying down
O those who believed! Be staunch in equity as witnesses to God and let not that you detest a folk drive you into not dealing justly. Be just. That is nearer to God-consciousness. [
Rayyan shares her childhood memories of praying with her Abu and how Salah has helped her feel more connected to herself and Allah. My Abu prayed all five times a day, for the majo