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


Nadia Hadid

British Pakistani Muslim writer that goes by the moniker, Nadia Hadid. Through her blog,, Nadia examines cultural and religious identity, love, feminism, politics and interfaith marriage. She has been invited to speak about these issues on BBC Woman’s Hour, City Radio, and Lena Dunham’s award winning podcast, Women of the Hour. She has also written a series for eHarmony UK called, The Modern Muslim Guide to Dating. Nadia is passionate about the empowerment of South Asian and Muslim women. She believes we need open dialogue and a visible voice in order to lead the conversation on our own lives. There are so many iterations of the female Muslim experience and there is room enough for every story to be told.

From Manchester, with love

I’m sure most of you have heard about the horrific terrorist attack in Manchester city centre on Monday night. A suicide bomber targeted fans leaving an Ariana Grande concert at the MEN Arena with a nail bomb. So far, there…

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