Aicha Marhfour is a freelance writer in Melbourne.
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Amal Awad’s book presents Arab women in their own words and in their own right
Daesh deserves all our condemnation, and all its victims deserve our grief
To be a Muslim at this time
In the wake of the Westminster attack, the left and right bicker while Muslims are left voiceless
Radicalisation and responsibility
Are young Muslims meant to be victims or heroes?
The Australian media’s POC problem
“And I’m like, wait a second. There’s no one around here in this space that looks like me. And if they are, they're quiet as fuck,” Kanye West once said. Admittedly, it’s a quote taken out of context, but it summarises what it’s like …
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