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  • Anisah David - The homepage and biographical information of self described Muslim American feminist. Her collection of writings challenges stereotypes of Muslims and Islam.
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  • Maryum Jameelah - Formerly Margret Marcus, Maryam was the first American Jewish woman to convert to Islam.
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  • Prophethood of Women - Translation of an 11th century debate regarding the possibility of women as Prophets.
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  • Shamima Shaikh - Commemorative website devoted to this South African Muslim women's rights activist.
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  • Woman Muslim Leaders Throughout The Times - Brief profiles of women who have been politically powerful in Muslim states, from A'ishah Bint Abi Bakr to the present.
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  • Zaynab al-Ghazali - Egyptian activist, Zaynab al-Ghazali headed the women's chapter of the Muslim Brotherhood.
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