What do you think when you look at me?
When you look at Muslim scholar Dalia Mogahed, what do you see: a woman of faith? a scholar, a mom, a sister? or an oppressed, brainwashed, potential terrorist? In this personal, powerful talk, Mogahed asks us, in this polarizing time, to fight negative perceptions of her faith in the media — and to choose empathy over prejudice – TED
Resources for seekers:
- Dalia Mogahed on The Hijab: A Case of Misplaced Blame?
- Inside Islam: What a Billion Muslims Really Think
- Excellent Interview with Muslim Woman Removed From Trump Rally
- On Fences and Our Neighbours. Dr Ingrid Mattson reflects
- Afraid to get groceries? Ustadha Anse Tamara Gray on being a Muslim Woman today
- A Time to Build: How Believers Respond To Trials and Tests
- VIDEO: Forget Trump. Focus On The One ﷺ We Are Obliged To Love
- Finding Safety and Solace in the Sunnah
- Helping our children find the light in dark times
- Paris Attacks: Response and Responsibility
- “Our hearts are with all who are suffering in California”
- Defending the Prophet – Advice from Habib ‘Umar
- Prophet Yunus: Trials of Prophethood
- Hopelessness, Despair & the Abundance of Good
- Trials are a blessing, and blessings are a trial
- Responses To The Islamophobic Attack On The Bus Illustrate Wider Problems of Racism
- Islamophobia is alive and well but are we capable of a compassionate response?
- Is There a Prophetic Supplication to Relieve My Hopelessness?