2014 Slough, UK ~ Sister Fatima Barkatulla speaks to an audience of Muslim girls and young women in on the topic of Hijab. The parameters of Hijab, the benefit and the desired attitude a Muslim should have towards it are all discussed in a non-judgemental, warm environment of sisterhood and in the spirit of good advice.
Series by Fatima Barkatulla
About Fatima Barkatulla
Fatima has had a rich Islamic education from an early age thanks to her parents. She is married and passionately raising four children.
In her teens, she studied Arabic and Islamic studies in Egypt at prominent institutes such as Al Fajr Center, Qortoba Institute and a college of Al Azhar University and is currently training to be an Islamic Scholar with senior scholars in institutes here in the UK and through regular visits abroad.
She has been a key contributor to the discourse surrounding Muslim women in the West, contributing to the Westminster Faith Debates, documentaries and live shows for BBC Radio, the World Service, as well as BBC Television, Channel 4 and Islam Channel.
In 2014 she was awarded the IKON UKHWAH International Award – for young women in dawah and community service at a ceremony in KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
Currently Fatima is Director of SEEDS OF CHANGE – the biggest Muslim women’s conference in Europe.