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Podcasts are your best friend on your commute to work, when stuck in traffic, or when you want to put on your headphones and enjoy some storytelling. We have prepared a list of six podcasts for you, discussing different topics like marriage, mental health, and more from Islam’s perspective.

The Digital Sisterhood

Cadar Mohamud is the Founder, CEO, and Host of The Digital Sisterhood podcast. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from York University, majoring in Human Rights and Equity Studies, focusing on exploring the ethical principles of human rights. Earlier this year we got the chance to chat with The Digital Sisterhood and they shared what their hopes for their podcast is, “we aim to dismantle the false narratives surrounding Muslim women and their Identities. Through digital storytelling we hope to connect Muslim women worldwide, so that can unify their voices together in hopes of creating real global change”. Listen now.

Mindful Muslimah Speaks

Mindful Muslmimah Speaks podcast discusses a variety of topics like parenting, life hacks, relationships, love, and more, with the main focus on empowering Muslim women to become the best versions of themselves. Listen now.

Once Upon A Crescent

Once Upon a Crescent is a kids-friendly podcast that aims to import Islam morals through fun and creative stories which are crafted in a way to help kids enrich their imagination and better connect them to Islam. Listen now.

This Muslim Girl

Anysa Saleh, the host of This Muslim Girl podcast, is An American Muslim woman of Yemeni origins. The podcast covers topics mainly concerning being a Muslim woman in a western country and the contribution Muslim women offer to society. She invites guests and discusses important issues like Islamic Feminism, parental challenges, mental health, marriage and more. Listen now.

Honest Tea Talk 

Honest Tea Talk podcast covers gentle discussions on delicate matters that concern Muslim women and the community, like divorce and depression. Prepare yourself for a dose of wisdom and humour from the three hosts with their bubbly personalities, maturity, and genuine friendship, making it even more entertaining to listen to them. Listen now.

Brit-ish Muslim Girl Diaries

Sharing the story of two young Muslim women growing up in the UK, Amal and Zara are the hosts of Brit-ish Muslim Girl Diaries. They have been friends for over a decade, and have many relatable and exciting stories to share. Listen now.