The Women in Islam Journal looks at the crisis in the Muslim Horn of Africa in relation to diversity, culture and tolerance, looking through the lens of devastation, at the resilience and struggle of women against oppression by militant Islam.
It tells inspiring stories of men from the region, highlighting how winning them as allies can help lift injustice off women and ease their suffering. It presents first-hand accounts of women and men from the Horn of Africa and amplifies their voices in a profound and heartfelt manner.
It covers themes such as women’s economic rights, women’s’ liberation and development, single motherhood and religious freedom- among others.
Visit the Women in Islam Blog here- for articles, artwork and voices on the Journal