Discover Muslim women, past and present, making a difference both locally and globally.
Khadija bint Khuwalid (555 - 619 CE) was the first wife of Muhammad (pbuh) and the second convert to Islam.
Halide Edip Adivar, Turkish politician, nurse, soldier, teacher, activist and author.
An activist and author who changed Egypt's political landscape
Meet this amazing Mughal Muslim.
A brave Muslim spy in World War Two
Have you heard of the Sahrawian Ghandi?
An African feminist icon and a pioneer in women's education
Lauded as the “Star of the East”, the “Great Pyramid of Egyptian Song”, and the “Nightingale of the Nile”, Umm Kulthum positively dominated the music culture of the Middle East until her death in 1975.
Fatima Aliye Topuz is held to be the first female muslim author of the Ottoman empire.
Nuriye Ulviye Mevlan was the founder of the first Muslim feminist magazine of the Ottoman empire and a dedicated women's rights advocate
Fatima Al-Fihri founded the Al-Qarawiyyin mosque and university complex which is renowned for being one of the world’s oldest degree-granting universities in the world.
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