Zimarina Sarwar ponders why millions of people tuned in daily to the Jonny Depp – Amber Heard trial, and what lay beneath the hype of memes and hashtags
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Young women are consuming over 10,000 messages a day from brands pushing a dangerous narrative, writes Zimarina Sarwar.
Zimarina Sarwar argues in a culture where nothing is immune from being turned into a commodity, we need to be vocal and firm to preserve the sacred essence of Ramadan.
As a staggering 20 years has now passed since 11 September 2001, it is bewildering to think that we have an entire generation of fully grown adults who were not even born when the passenger planes struck the Twin Towers that fateful day.
Afghan women are not passive entities that need rescuing by White liberals, writes Zimarina Sarwar…
Zimarina Sarwar reminds us why Afghanistan is known as “The Graveyard of Empires”
The pain of loss you carry now may well be what earns you entry into His Everlasting Mercy, where there will be no such thing as pain or separation ever again, writes Zimarina Sarwar.
This International Women’s Day, Zimarina Sarwar warns about the deletion of womanhood by the cultural and ideological activities of powerful men.
There are many complicated and deep-rooted barriers people have to practicing Islam – at the very least don’t become one of them.
If one is required to leave so much of their self at the door before stepping in to ‘represent’ their community, how impactful and authentic can such representation actually be?