sister-hood is an award-winning digital magazine spotlighting the diverse voices of women of Muslim heritage.

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Sarah J

Sarah is an aspiring mish mash of things who loves film, politics and Doctors Without Borders.
Opinions

Fifty.

The shooting at Christchurch Mosque in New Zealand happened on the 15th March. It was a Friday. People were attending Friday prayers. Six people were confirmed dead before the day was over. After I found out about the attack, I…

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Interviews

Review: The Story of Noon

The Egyptian Revolution in 2011 was so highly documented by demonstrators that the line between art and political activism felt arbitrary. From phone-shot clips to short films such as ‘The Egyptian Revolution’ by Abdullah Sharkas, the camera has been used…

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Interviews

Film review: Namour

When Arabs are presented on screen in American films, they are there for the purpose of embodying the western view of Arabs. They exist on screen as a human, only in relation to their stereotypes – the idea of them,…

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Opinions

The news- in black and blue

I sat with a room full of strangers, listening to the consoling hum of the news in the background of a surgery waiting room in rural Australia. Small talk radiated like warmth throughout the room due to the close-knit nature…

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