Sunday, July 5, 2020

Sacred Spaces and a Woman’s place in Islam- An...

By Ayesha Desai Ramadaan 1414 will forever be remembered as the year we had to...

EIDspired 2020

  The ongoing battle against the worldwide pandemic, Covid-19, has left many feeling deflated and...

Toys and Their Touch

By Zaakirah Cachalia   ‘Play is the highest form of human development for it alone is...

Supermoon

By Yasmin Denat I stood outside looking at the supermoon. It shone with divine luminescence...

A Review of Raashida Khan’s latest short story Collection:...

Review by Azima Patel I had the pleasure of reading a collection of short stories...

Salaam and welcome

IRTIQA, a name synonymous with progression and evolution, was born in November 2012.

The founder and editor, Nadia Cassim, felt the need to introduce a magazine that provided Muslim readers with a diverse set of views regarding the roles of men and women in modern-day Islam. Initially in print form the magazine was failing to reach a larger audience and hence went digital from mid-2013

Latest Stories

Judging Others: It’s wrong, but why do we do...

By Nadia Cassim Henry J.M Nouwen once said, “As long as we continue to live...

Islam: The Solution to Stress

By Jamila Cassim What is stress? Stress is a normal physical response to events that...

Child Abuse and Neglect

By “The Social Worker” WHAT IS CHILD ABUSE? Child abuse is any purposeful action or failure...

Chatting With a Purpose: Understanding the Talking Cure

By Dr Sumayya Ebrahim (registered psychologist)   Are you looking for a safe space to speak...