أَهْلًا وَسَهْلً - Ahlan wa Sahlan- Welcome!

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Creation Date March 2nd, 2020
Updated Date Updated November 27th, 2020
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This week's theme is * أَهْلًا وَسَهْلً - Ahlan wa Sahlan- Welcome!* These are the podcast episodes chosen by our curator, Miriam Tinberg.
  1. Have you ever wondered how many Americans are married to their cousin? How hairy the average woman of color is? Well! Data journalist Mona Chalabi has the answers to all your weirdest queries, often with whimsical and witty illustrations. Ahmed and Mona talk about how opinion polling has been used against Muslims, double standards of shame across cultures, and her contentious friendship with Sesame Street’s Count von Count. Follow Mona on Twitter and find her illustrated data sets on Instagram @MonaChalabi Watch Mona’s “Touch Your Tits” PSA: https://vimeo.com/281551760 Follow the show on Twitter (@seesomething), Facebook (facebook.com/seesomethingpodcast), and Instagram (instagram.com/buzzfeedseesomething). Email us at saysomething@buzzfeed.com Our music is by The Kominas, follow them @TheRealKominas and kominas.bandcamp.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
  2. 4 women. And their hijabs. Chapter 1 in a 2-part series, Not Just My Hijab.  Kerning Cultures is a Kerning Cultures Network production. Support this podcast on Patreon for as little as $1 a month.
  3. After years of praying in mosques that treat women’s spaces as an afterthought, Aymann tries to find an alternative. First he talks to his wife Mira about the difference between men's spaces and women's spaces during prayer. Then Imam Khalid Latif joins the show to explain the origin of gender separation in mosques and how the various ways to interpret scripture and cultural teachings can offer a solution. What makes you a work in progress? Do you want to talk through something you can’t quite crack related to manhood or masculinity? Let us know, and we might help you work through it on the show. Give us a call at 805-626-8707 or email us at manup@slate.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
  4. Hamed chats with us about his childhood and what fuels his charisma onstage (including how he’s always wanted to be sexy like Tina Turner). He takes us through Mashrou’ Leila’s evolution - and his own. This episode was produced by Hebah Fisher and Dana Ballout, with editorial support by Linah Mohammad and Alex Atack. Sound design by Mohamad Khreizat, and fact checking by Zeina Dowidar. Original sting composed by Ramzi Bashour. Selected music by Mashrou’ Leila. al empire is a Kerning Cultures Network production.  Search ‘Kerning Cultures Network’ to hear other podcasts like this one, and follow @kerningcultures on Instagram to stay in touch! Support this podcast on https://www.patreon.com/kerningcultures for as little as $1 a month.
  5. ففي هذه الحلقة سنسمع حكاية فتاتين كبرتا على كون الجنس موضوع ممنوع، غامض، مخيف.تتحدثان عن تأثير غياب الوعي بالجنس وخلق رهبة منه على علاقاتهن، و تجاربهن الجنسية وحتى صحتهن. أعدّت هذه الحلقة دارة غانم، بدعم تحريري من نادين شاكر، شهد الطخيم، هبة عفيفي، شهد بني عودة دانا بالوط، هبة فيشر. تصميم صوتي وتأليف موسيقي لمحمد خريزات.  برنامج جسدي من إنتاج شبكة كيرنينج كلتشرز. يمكنكم دعم هذا البرنامج عبر patreon.com/kerningcultures بمبلغ يبدأ من دولار واحد في الشهر.  

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