What If Khadijah Did Not Work and Aisha Did Not Speak? Reflections of a Young Indo-Trinidadian Muslim Woman

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Title: What If Khadijah Did Not Work and Aisha Did Not Speak? Reflections of a Young Indo-Trinidadian Muslim Woman
Author: Nabbie, Sarah
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to offer for discussion my experiences and negotiations as a young, Muslim, Indo-Trinidadian woman and former Board Secretary of a community masjid in Trinidad. My life revolved around masjids (aka mosques). I went to a Muslim primary school with a masjid in the compound. I attended Maktab (classes that teach Arabic and Islamic studies after school/weekends) in every one of my neighbourhood masjids from toddler to adulthood. There is one particular masjid, however, that I consider myself a true member of and that is my first and current community masjid. It is my relationship with this masjid in particular that I will be discussing in this article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/16302
Date: 2013-07-26


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