Our guest is veteran journalist Dilshad D. Ali, whose covered Muslim in the United States for nearly two decades. She currently serves as the Blog Editor for Haute Hijab, the leading hijab company in the U.S., where she’s in charge of covering and coordinating coverage of all things pertaining to Muslim women. Dilshad also personally blogs at the Muslimah Next Door on the intersection of faith, family, and autism . We talk with her about the tragedy in New Zealand where 50 Muslims were killed in a senseless display of hate, as well as presence of Muslim women in the media, and about her autism advocacy.
Host/Producer/Engineer- Tariq I. El-Amin
Executive Producer- Abdul Malik Mujahid
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Executive Producer: Abdul Malik Mujahid
Producer: Tariq El Amin
Dilshad D. Ali is the Blog Editor at Haute Hijab, the leading hijab company in the U.S., where she is in charge of covering and coordinating coverage of all things pertaining to Muslim women. She is the former managing editor of the Muslim channel at Patheos.com, the largest multifaith religion and blog site in the world where she was also the editor-in-chief of Altmuslim, a microsite at Patheos Muslim for seven years. She personally blogs at the Muslimah Next Door on the intersection of faith, family, and autism. Ali has covered the American Muslim beat for various media outlets for nearly two decades and serves on the board of Religion News Service. She also works on autism advocacy projects and is on the Board of Advisors for Muhsen (Muslims Understand and Helping Special Education Needs). She is mom to three great kids and one cute cat.