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- The Haraam List
- Khairey: Pashto Curses, Insults, and Verbal Abuses in the Pashtun Culture
- Punjabi-Pashtun and Pashtun-Punjabi Racism and Hatred in Pakistan
- the Qur'an does not prohibit women's marriage to people of the book - and other facts about interfaith marriage in Islam
- Khuga Pekhawara (Pashto poem - with English translation)
- The difference between "Pathan" and "Pashtun"/"Pakhtun"
- why Muslim men feel offended and threatened by Muslim women's interfaith marriage
- Female Reciters of the Qur'an: Un-gendering God's Word and Questioning the Patriarchal Idea of "Aurah"
- Sexual Abuse Stories
- Novels Set in Afghanistan and Pashtun-majority Areas in Pakistan
- why male academics get emotional and defensive when called out on their patriarchy
- on mosques excluding women from Eid prayer
- why Muslim men feel offended and threatened by Muslim women’s interfaith marriage
- the Qur’an does not prohibit women’s marriage to people of the book – and other facts about interfaith marriage in Islam
- the liberating difference between sharia and fiqh
- why the reluctance to engage and acknowledge Islamic feminism?
- “Stopping Male Violence” (bell hooks)
- Minority youth leadership training opportunities
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