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Check out more photos in Buzzfeed’s collection entitled, The 50 Most Romantic Photos of All Time.
Beautifully written and insightful post by Avital Chizhik in the New York Times on the surprising similarities between orthodox Muslim and Jewish women.
“Jewish or Muslim, every girl wonders: how it is that some girls get married, and we don’t?”
Read more, here.
The 9th annual Brass Crescent Awards are open for nominations for the best blogs in the Islamosphere!
We hope you’ll consider nominating the Love InshAllah blog for best new blog, best group blog and your favorite post on this site for best post/series.
There is very little space for Muslim women and men to discuss the relationships – romantic, marital, Divine, familial, and those with friends and colleagues – that so deeply impact our lives. We’re proud to have created a space that nurtures and highlights the diversity and richness of your wisdom and perspectives!
Nominate your favorite blogs, here.
Love InshAllah editor Ayesha Mattu and contributor Zahra Noorbakhsh had a wonderful conversation with writer, editor and Writerland blogger Meghan Ward when they visited the SF Writers’ Grotto last week.
MW: Ayesha, do you have a favorite story?
ZN: Mine. You don’t have a favorite one besides mine, right?
AM: Each one holds a sacred space. You are all my children. You are all equal. (laughter)
Read the rest of the interview, here.