Young Muslims find a middle ground for fostering romantic relationships between what is permissible and what is forbidden. Fahmida Azim for NPR hide caption. When year-old Nermeen Ileiwat first began college, she could not wait to get into a relationship — maybe even get engaged before graduation. But after one year, the rising sophomore realized she had no idea what she wanted out of life and was in no position to get into a relationship. That decision didn't last long. Only a few months after, Ileiwat met someone at a party, and their friendship quickly turned into something more.
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Among the speakers invited to attend included Muslim scientists, imams who have promoted the compatibility of Islam and evolution as well as those who preach a form of Islamic creationism. But the Deen Institute said it was forced to pull out when it became clear that opposition to the event from supporters of creationism began mounting. It is now being held without input from any Muslim student society at Logan Hall, a conference centre owned by the University of London. However it is clear that opposition to the event has been increasing ever since the Deen Institute began publicising it.
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Videos of pupils taking action left and right at Pimlico Academy in Westminster, central London pictured top , have gone viral on social media, being shared hundreds of times. The school told sixth form students and parents of the new uniform policy in a letter last August, saying that hairstyles which 'block the views' of others were now banned. An online petition was swiftly set up against the 'racist' policy, and it has since been signed by more than a thousand people. A walk-out pictured bottom was then organised this morning amid concerns up to 30 staff members could leave the school over the row by the end of the year.
M uslim dating has come of age with its own Carrie Bradshaw-style chick lit. She is one of four big-city friends seeking Mr Right but with no sex before marriage and no alcohol. As in Britain, Esma finds herself part of a growing demographic: educated, independent career women, who struggle to find a partner, especially over