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When mothers rule: The right of women to choose from a Sufi perspective

When mothers rule The right to choose from a Sufi perspective Motherhood in Sufism has a distinct set-up that varies greatly from what I like to call “TV-branded popular Islam.” In the Naqshbandi path, thriving in Damascus and the path … Continue reading

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5 things a Sufi woman takes on a Damascus trip!

I’m listening to this CD by Hamza Shakkur (the Sufi chanter from Aleppo). I’m supposed to be writing a feature about Nokia for my magazine, but fatigue has crept into my day. So I thought to myself, a little bit … Continue reading

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