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MuslimMatters’ Top Articles Published In 2021!

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The numbers are in! If you’re wondering what our most popular articles in terms of clicks have been for this year, check out our list below, organized by our five main publication sections. This is a great chance to catch up on anything you may have missed out on. Look out for our Editor’s Pick where we look at articles that were excellent but didn’t get as many eyes on them as they deserved.

Islam

1) By Hamzah Raza

#3 most-read article published this year

Exclusive: Stephen Jackson Discusses His Journey to Islam

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2) By Justin Parrott

Age of Consent in Classical Islamic Law

3) By Shaykha Shazia Ahmed, Guest Contributor

Muslims Celebrating Christmas: Why the “Petty” Is Powerful

Current Affairs

1) By Meena Malik

#1 most-read article published this year

The Subway Tuna Conundrum

2) By Susanne Döring

#5 most-read article published this year

Muslim In Germany: European High Court Legalizes The Banning Of Halal And Kosher Animal Slaughter

3) By Ismail Royer

Hijab In The White House

 

Life

1) By Rania Awaad, M.D.

#4 most-read article published this year

How To Respond To Suicide In Muslim Communities

2) By Zainab bint Younus

Progressive(ly) Dishonest: The Lies Of Progressive Muslamic Academia

3) By Zeba Khan

Podcast: Pornography Addiction and the Muslim Community | Abida Minhas

Culture

1) By Dr. Usaama al-Azami

Traditional Islam, Ideology, Immigrant Muslims, and Grievance Culture: A Review of Travelling Home: Essays on Islam in Europe by Abdal Hakim Murad

2) By Umm Zakiyyah

The Arranged Marriage (a short story)

3) By Zainab bint Younus

Muslim Bookstagram Awards 2021

Society

1) By Umer M. Sheriff, Guest Contributor

#2 most-read article published this year

The Case For The North American Muslim Community To Divest From Darul Uloom Al Madania And Darul Uloom Canada

2) By Zeba Khan featuring Danish Qasim

Podcast: Uncovering the Wolf in Shaykh’s Clothing | Danish Qasim

 

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Meena is a writer, podcaster, high school English teacher, wife, and new mom. She loves working with Muslim youth and is interested in literature, arts, and culture. She studied Comparative Literature and Creative Writing at the University of California, Irvine and has a Master’s in Education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She briefly dabbled in Classical Arabic studies in the US and is also studying the Asharah Qira'aat/10 Recitations. Check out her podcast and website Brown Teacher Reads: the brown literature circle you always wanted to be in. (brownteacherreads.com)

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. luna

    January 4, 2022 at 3:23 PM

    Salam! Whenever I click on Sr. Zeba Khan’s name, it takes me to the website for Sr.
    Zainab bint Younus. I think it may have been hyperlinked incorrectly. Just wanted to let you know!

  2. Meena Malik

    January 4, 2022 at 5:12 PM

    Ws, thanks so much for catching that! It’s fixed.

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