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Dominant Women Of The Muslim World By Teejay LeCapois
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A mature Somali-Canadian Muslim woman seduces and dominates a shy younger man. A Libyan woman runs a House of Domination for bossy Arab women and submissive Arab men. The wife of a mosque's Imam... More > organizes a neighborhood swinger's party. A Saudi Arabian girl seduces a young black man. An African-American football star is seduced by a lovely East Indian woman. A Saudi man explores his fascination for white women. An older Arab is enthralled by a whip-smart dominatrix from his own Mosque ! A young Saudi woman introduces her bisexual Somalian boyfriend to his first male lover. Meet the Muslim women you didn't think actually existed...but often dreamed about. From North America to Europe, Indonesia, the Caribbean and the Middle East. They're all here to share their stories with you in this remarkable anthology.< Less
Women's Status in the Muslim Countries By Keltik Excalibur
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Why are the topics of 'women's status' and 'democratization' in Muslim countries interlocked with each other?
Muslim Women of Gansu Province in China By Anne Darling
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We need to move beyond the premise that Islam is anti-women. What we find in China is a moderate form of Islam, one that is not anti-women but neither is it feminist. More needs to be known about the... More > female Muslim community in China as it represents a different model to those that are currently being disseminated by the media. There is a burning need for positive images of Muslim women which shows them as they really are, beyond the symbols and the rhetoric. It is my hope that this book goes a little way to addressing that need.< Less
A Code of Ethics for Muslim Men and Women By Sayyid Masud Masumi, Arifa Hudda, Shaykh Saleem Bhimji
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This book is one of the many Islamic publications distributed by Ahlulbayt Organization throughout the world in different languages with the aim of conveying the message of Islam to the people of the... More > world. Ahlulbayt Organization ( is a registered Organisation that operates and is sustained through collaborative efforts of volunteers in many countries around the world, and it welcomes your involvement and support. Its objectives are numerous, yet its main goal is to spread the truth about the Islamic faith in general and the Shi`a School of Thought in particular due to the latter being misrepresented, misunderstood and its tenets often assaulted by many ignorant folks, Muslims and non-Muslims. For a complete list of our published books please refer to our website ( or send us an email to< Less
The Muslim Womens Dress Islamic or Cultural By Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi
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Understanding what Hijab is through the Quran, Hadith and Muslim culture. An expanded version of a talk given on the November 1st 1997 episode of the Islam in Focus television program.
A Code of Ethics for Muslim Men and Women By Sayyid Masud Masumi Masumi
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According to the Fatawa (Verdicts) of Eight Marja’ Taqlid of the Shi’a World
Muslim Lesbian Anthology By Teejay LeCapois
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Amal Abdirahman is a young Muslim woman of Somali descent studying law at Carleton University in the City of Ottawa, Ontario. Her life changes the day she meets Haika Livni, a lovely newcomer to... More > Carleton University by way of Tel Aviv, State of Israel. In spite of their cultural, racial and religious differences, Haika Livni and Amal Abdirahman forge a bond nobody can break. One which soon blossoms into unexpected love. Is the world ready for gay Jewish women and gay Muslim women to be romantically involved ? Haika and Amal's tale, and many more, await in this timely anthology exploring the fascinating topics of LGBT rights, Muslim/Jewish relations, and love's endless war against hate in our world today...< Less
Black Muslim Love Stories By Teejay LeCapois
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Asma El-Taib of Libya is a sultry divorcee who teaches hunky Afro-Caribbean newcomer Samir Stephens a thing or two about faith and passion. Mauritanian-American cutie Nadia Hedeid is exploring her... More > identity as a Muslim dominatrix and her first submissive is her South Sudanese ex-boyfriend Tariq Machar. Musa is a bisexual Muslim student leading a lonely life until his gal pal Shukri Ismail shows him he's not as alone as he thought. Somali student Fartuun Asif has always felt attracted to other girls and repressed it due to her Islamic faith and culture...until she meets beautiful, free-spirited Halima Malemba, and discovers the true meaning of passion. Stories of Black Muslim men and Black Muslim women fighting for love in a tough and at times ruthless, Islamophobic and intolerant world.< Less
Insomnia By Kristine Ong Muslim
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Kristine Ong Muslim is a contemporary goddess of poetry. She compels us to enter unique realms of metaphorical magnanimity to spaces—here and now—of sociological profundity. Her style... More > is varied yet marked by manifest visions. Muslim's verse exudes a distinguished type of deliverance that exalts the reader into an enlightened being of reprieve. “The ocean is an oversized boat, which is also a ripple, which is/also a memory of a submerged continent.” “This girl collects shipwrecks and coffee mugs,/green bottles and bone folders—things which/cannot be inherited.”< Less
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The history of Canadian Muslims is an unnoticed part of our history. The Islamic heritage does not belong only to Canadian Muslims; it belongs to all Canadians. For more than 1,400 years, the... More > contributors to Islamic civilization were of different ethnic backgrounds, including African, Asian, European and North American. They were numerous men and women who were often adherents of different faiths; most would never even have known that they were helping to make history. Many of their names and accomplishments have faded with the passage of time, but their collective story has not been forgotten. Today, it would seem that the civilizations of East and West, or the Muslim and non-Muslim world, have become reversed. But perhaps it is more a case of having forgotten those former glories in the pursuit of present-day materialism and political agendas. Today, Turkish Muslims are promoting peace, harmony, inter-faith dialog, intercultural understanding, and social justice to our multicultural society at large.< Less