Nike’s First Hijab for Athletes Is Finally Here

Nike’s First Hijab for Athletes Is Finally Here

  It’s finally here! Vogue Arabia has just announced that “Nike Pro Hijab” just officially landed. The global launch was highly anticipated, especially after it made its debut on Saudi designer Mashael Alrajhi’s runway during ‘Fashion Forward Dubai’ in October.   The @nike Pro Hjiab officially launched today! Get the exclusive scoop from @ibtihajmuhammad & Co. on Vogue.me […]

Egyptian Lawyer Says It’s a ‘National Duty’ for Men to Rape Girls Who Wear Ripped Jeans

Egyptian Lawyer Says It’s a ‘National Duty’ for Men to Rape Girls Who Wear Ripped Jeans

  Nabih Al-Wahsh, an Egyptian lawyer, has prompted outrage for saying harassing and raping girls who wear revealing clothing such as ripped jeans is a “national duty”.   “Will you feel happy when you see a girl walking down the street with half of her behind showing?” he said on Al-Assema earlier this month. “I say that […]

10 of the Most Dangerous Types of Women in Egypt

10 of the Most Dangerous Types of Women in Egypt

  After releasing a similar video about dangerous men, Egyptian vlogger Fatma Abd El Salam released a video about the most dangerous 10 types of women — and it’s going viral!   In about 10 days the video got over two million views, 100,000 likes, and 30,000 shares.     The video is part of […]

Women Shut Down Unwanted Fashion Advice From Muslim Scholar in the Most Perfect Way

Women Shut Down Unwanted Fashion Advice From Muslim Scholar in the Most Perfect Way

Mohamed Alarefe, one of the most popular Muslim scholars in the world — racking up 17.9 million followers on Twitter — has just posted a tweet on how girls should only wear simple abayas with no embroidery.     The tweet read: “Young girl, don’t buy a abaya that has any kind of embroidery on […]

What I Wish I Knew Before Being Born an Arab Girl

What I Wish I Knew Before Being Born an Arab Girl

By Merna Abdelaziz Sakr

I am an Arab girl that has recently realized the privileges of being just that, an Arab. I have recently acknowledged that my fresh love for my heritage was perpetuated through this realization: If I was made ready for what my life would’ve inevitably become because of my gender and heritage, I would have managed […]