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Faith-Based Experts, Organizations and Survivors

Ahmad, Sidrah. “I was pulled from sex ed class, did not learn about my body and was abused.” The Toronto Star. July 12, 2018.  https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/2018/07/12/i-was-pulled-from-sex-ed-class-did-not-learn-about-my-body-and-was-abused.html

 

Association of Muslim Chaplains. “Code of Ethics.” https://associationofmuslimchaplains.org/code-of-ethics/.

 

Ansari, Zaynab Abdul-Razacq. “Blurred Lines: Women, “Celebrity” Shaykhs and Spiritual Abuse,” published online May 27, 2015: https://muslimmatters.org/2015/05/27/blurred-lines-women-celebrity-shaykhs-spiritual-abuse/.

 

Ansari, Zaynab Abdul-Razacq. “Drawing a Line in the Sand: Student-Teacher Relationships in the Digital Age,” published online May 30, 2015: https://muslimmatters.org/2015/05/30/drawing-line-sand-student-teacher-relationships-digital-age/.

 

Daigle, Chelby. “Understanding Spiritual Abuse: an Interview with Salma Abugideiri,” Muslim Link, August 12, 2018 published online at: https://muslimlink.ca/in-focus/muslim-spiritual-abuse-salma-abugideiri.

 

Fadel, Mohammad. “Not all Marriages are Equal: Islamic Marriage, Temporary Marriage, Secret Marriage and Polygamous Marriage,” published online March 13, 2016: http://www.altmuslimah.com/2016/03/not-marriages-equal-islamic-marriage-temporary-marriage-secret-marriage-polygamous-marriage/.

 

FaithTrust Institute. “Abuse By Clergy FAQs,” http://www.faithtrustinstitute.org/resources/learn-the-basics/ce-faqs.

 

Heart Women & Girls. “Let’s Talk about Sex: A Muslim Parents Guide to “the Talk” with their Kids.” Downloadable copy at: http://heartwomenandgirls.org/publications/.

 

Heart Women & Girls. “Talking to Kids about Sexual Violence: A Parent’s Guide for Age-Appropriate Conversations.” Downloadable copy at: http://heartwomenandgirls.org/publications/.

 

Heart Women & Girls and the Muslim American Women’s Policy Forum. “Removing Roadblocks: Examining Barriers to Justice & Healing to Build More Victim-Centric Services for Muslim Survivors of Sexual Assault. 2017. Downloadable copy at: http://heartwomenandgirls.org/publications/.

 

Karamah -Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights. “What Do We Have to Hide? The Islamic Principle of “Satr” and Cultural Bias.” http://karamah.org/press/what-do-we-have-to-hide-the-islamic-principle-of-satr-and-cultural-bias-2.

 

Mattson, Ingrid. “Gender and Sexuality in Islamic Bioethics,” in Islamic Bioethics: Current Issues and Challenges. Ed. Alireza Bagheri and Khalid Alali. Intercultural Dialogue in Bioethics, vol. 2, 2017.

 

Shaikh, Ahmed. “The Ethics of Muslim Charisma: A Proposal for Leadership Standards,” published online October 18, 2017: https://muslimmatters.org/2017/10/18/the-ethics-of-muslim-charisma-a-proposal-for-leadership-standards/.

 

The Family and Youth Institute. The FYI Spiritual Abuse Toolkit. http://www.thefyi.org/toolkits/spiritual-abuse-toolkit/.

 

The Threshold Society. “Ethics Agreement.” https://sufism.org/threshold/ethics-2.

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