What is with random men approaching women reading, or just breathing, in public places? It is not flattering. In fact, it is anything but flattering.
I am constantly reminded to calculate before I speak, to be selective in friendship, to love secretly, to despise pleasure, I am cautioned against going wayward in my pursuit to …
If people can proudly claim responsibility for attacking Umar Khalid, then what separates their beliefs and actions from those of terrorist organisations?
But hope is what’s fuelling the heart. The hope that maybe we don’t have to be so far apart.
A lack of proper hygiene during a period and mismanaging menstrual waste can leave thousands of people more susceptible to diseases.
It's problematic when the locals are used to elicit silly laughter but the main characters refuse to budge from their previously held beliefs.
Do Muslims have to criticise or denounce Islam to survive in these polarised times?