Below are the best resources we could find featuring sherin khankan about gender issues in spiritual life.
Sherin speaks as she's a female Imam and shares the stories left untold about psychological violence and religious control, and how to break the circle of shame, loneliness and abuse.
In this revelatory book, imam Sherin Khankan addresses urgent contemporary issues such as modern women in Islam, radical Islamic groups, Islamic divorce, and fundamentalism, and she describes her own personal journey as a female Muslim activist.
The Danish capital Copenhagen is home to Scandinavia's first mosque run entirely by and for women. The Mariam mosque is headed by the feminist Sherin Khankan. Only women can be imams and take part in the Friday prayers.
Sherin Khankan is Denmark's first female imam and founder of the first mosque for women in Europe.
When an ostensibly secular state tests its Muslim citizens by skirting the edge of insult, the result is deeper division and alienation on both sides: the racist right vs. the anti-West Islamists.
Rev. Dr Karen Georgia A. Thompson and Sherin Khankan reflect on what the Feminine means to them, how to cultivate authenticity, and the challenges they navigate as female faith leaders.
Negative stereotypes abound of how women are treated under Islam. But there's a new movement of women-led mosques who are challenging this, and making both Muslims and non-Muslims think differently about the faith.
Medyascope.tv produces this interview with Sherin Khankan.
At New Horizons in British Islam's 'British Islam Conference 2019' she discussed her life's work, the challenges and her 9 theses of reform.
Sherin Khankan, 45, is Denmark’s first female Imam and the founder of Exitcircle, an NGO for victims of psychological abuse.
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