|Al Muslima and Motherhood|
Offers an independent midwifery and natural child-birth service; includes stories of births , information on islam and motherhood , and plans for the development of their service. [philadelphia , pa , us]
The homepage and biographical information of self described muslim american feminist. her collection of writings challenges stereotypes of muslims and islam.
Wikipedia article on arwa bint ahmed , queen of yemen [1048-1138 ce].
|Famous Muslim Women|
A collection of short boiographies of famous muslim women , most of them from among islam's early followers.
|Islam and Women's History|
About. com's collection of net links on women in islam from a wide variety of sources and perspectives including both muslim and non-muslim.
|Maqsood, Ruqaiyyah Waris|
Personal website of a woman convert and author of several books on islam; includes details , and a collection of articles.
Formerly margret marcus , maryam was the first american jewish woman to convert to islam.
|Prophethood of Women|
Translation of an 11th century debate regarding the possibility of women as prophets.
Commemorative website devoted to this south african muslim women's rights activist.
|The Nobel Peace Prize 2003|
Awarded to shirin ebadi , for her efforts for democracy and human rights. she has focused especially on the struggle for the rights of women and children. includes a biography , press release , diploma , and her nobel lecture.
|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.
|Women Scholars of Hadith|
Mohammad omar farooq's appraisal of dr. muhammad zubayr siddiqi's paper on early female muslim scholars with an appeal for women's education and promotion of scholarship.
Egyptian activist , zaynab al-ghazali headed the women's chapter of the muslim brotherhood.