A New Era Approaches for Young Muslim Women

By Noorhasyilah Rosli

March 2021 FEATURE
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THE SANDS ARE shifting. Young Muslim women of Southeast Asia are reconnecting to an earlier tradition of strong female voices seeking to make changes from within and outside of Islam. Dr. Annisa R. Beta, a lecturer of Cultural Studies from the University of Melbourne, proclaims this during the public lecture Re-imagining Muslim Women organised by the Muslim Societies in Southeast Asia (MS-SEA) Research Network last January.Dr. Annisa R. Beta.Fashionable TrendsettersThe embrace of the hijab has increased, but who is to...

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Noorhasyilah Rosli

is living her life freely and spends a large portion of her time eating. She'll do the same in the next life.