Daisy Khan




Stories by Daisy Khan
A place for all God’s people

Heaven (or Jannah) is a place replete with delights but wholly devoid of any violence or suffering. It’s a place … Continued

Muslims condemn violent acts at Fort Hood and offer condolences

The greatest tragedy in yesterday’s shooting at the Fort Hood military base was the death of 13 American soldiers, not … Continued

Time for a Women’s Jihad Against Violence

Former president Jimmy Carter and other world leaders issued this statement: “The justification of discrimination against women and girls on … Continued

The Taliban, Sharia and Women’s Leadership

How would you respond to radical Muslim clerics in northwest Pakistan — now under Islamic law — who are calling … Continued

Turning the Tragedy of Aasiya Zubair Hassan into Action

While I would unequivocally assert that domestic violence and religion share no connection, that religion encourages harmonious relationships in the … Continued

Why the World Was Rooting for Obama

Last summer, I was in Malaysia for a conference on improving relations between the Muslim World and the West. As … Continued