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ASIL is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational membership organization founded in 1906 and chartered by Congress in 1950. ASIL holds Special Consultative Status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and is a constituent society of the American Council of Learned Societies. The Society is headquartered at Tillar House in Washington, DC.
 
For all the Muslim Businesswomen out there that want support, inspiration, motivation, coaching, and tools to create a thriving business for their own happiness and independence. Each week you’ll hear mind-blowing interviews with other Muslim Women Entrepreneurs, my authentic journey documented as well as actionable tips and strategies that you can implement in your own entrepreneurial journey!
 
My name is Dee and I have dedicated this year to being a Spiritual Gangsta! 😎 But I am currently a Spiritual Wannabe 🙄, jumping from good to bad karma in a second, waiting for the angles to give me signs and for that basic alignment with the universe. Not too much to ask, right?! ☺️ On my station I put down my thoughts, questions and the tricks I use to be on the spiritual path. Join in and be my friend, philosopher and guide on this journey. Stay tuned and Stay spiritual 😇
 
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Today I sat down with Noraisha Anwar from Singapore. She is a businesswoman in the essential oil business in South East Asia. This conversation is full of positive vibes, we discuss the challenges she had for the past 8 years, the law of attraction, and how to manifest with the right intention. Moreover, we reflect on what it means to surrender to …
 
In this episode Kal interviews Axios Chief Financial Correspondent and Slate Money host Felix Salmon about the recent, massive data dump of financial documents related to offshore tax avoidance and evasion, money laundering, and the role of lawyers in enabling and regulating this activity.By American Society of International Law
 
Rebecca Hamilton of American University comes on the podcast to discuss the recent events around “AUKUS,” the Australia/UK/US security arrangement and submarine deal, and its implications for the Non Proliferation Treaty, foreign relations in the Indo-Pacific, and everyone’s relations with France.By American Society of International Law
 
Today I had the pleasure to sit down with another AMAZING Muslim Businesswoman: Zaiba Hasan. If you were wondering if you could have it all: a wonderful family, a loving husband, and success in business, Zaiba is the living proof of that. However, you gotta work for it and face with courage and resourcefulness the challenges life throws at you. It …
 
Today I sat down with Uzma Jafri from the US, physician, super Mum, and podcaster. We discuss life as a Muslim woman before and after 9/11, the challenges that she faced, and how she overcame them. We also discuss the importance of defining one’s identity for a better life. Learn more about Uzma: Uzma Jafri grew up in Houston, the daughter of Musli…
 
Today I sit down with Moroccan athlete and entrepreneur Hanae Rafiq where we discuss the power to reinvent oneself after adversity, dreaming big as a Muslim woman, and to never let the hijab be an obstacle to your success. Enjoy! -- LINKS -- Learn more about Hanae: Hanae Rafiq is a young Moroccan woman who is highly skilled in Taekwondo. She achiev…
 
Today I am honored to talk with Asil Attar, the first female CEO of 3 big groups in the middle east. We discuss leadership, being true to yourself in the workplace as a woman, and get results. We also talk about mentorship and how giving back to the next generation will help us all become better. Enjoy! 🔗Connect with Asil Attar: ► https://www.asila…
 
In this talk with Zahra Shikara, the hijabi Ninja we talk about female misogyny, being a third culture kid, and how it is important to create healthy boundaries with family and relationships in general. And so much more.... Enjoy! 🔗Connect with Zahra: ►https://www.instagram.com/zahra.says/ ✉️ Share with me your wins and challenges: contact@fatimakh…
 
What is it like to move to a new country, start a business and start to wear the Hijab in a non-Muslim country? This what we discuss in this conversation with Fouzia and so much more! An Inspiring, motivating, and raw empowered Muslim women conversation. 🔗Connect and support Fouzia here: ► https://www.instagram.com/fouzia.zia/ ✉️ Share with me your…
 
In today's episode, I interview Saima Duhare founder of the Hallal recipe box "Halal Fresh" in the UK. We discuss the challenges to be heard as a Muslim businesswoman in the Muslim community. We go deep into how to start a business with no experience and why PASSION is a must to stay motivated. Enjoy! 🔗 Connect with Halal Fresh: ► https://www.halal…
 
Today I have a powerful conversation with Muslim athlete Noor Abukaram, Her story changed a law in the US when she was banned from running a race in Ohio. She shares with us how she did not comprise, her hijab story, and the blessing of having a great environment to grow as a Muslim woman. 🔗Connect and support Noor here: ► https://letnoorrun.com/ ►…
 
Today I sat down with Hala Giady from Fit Fun Life, the European Health and wellness media company that I co-founded with her and Mateo Melichar. We discuss her transition from being a lawyer to an entrepreneur, why it is important to believe in your business from the start, her struggles, and lessons learned. We also discuss the cultural ideas tha…
 
Today I sat down with Lina Khalifeh, founder of the ALL women self defence company “SheFighter”. Lina has more than 17 years of experience in practicing Martial Arts like Taekwondo, Kick-Boxing, Kung Fu and Boxing. As well, the founder holds the black belt in Taekwondo 3DAN, and has represented Jordan in many competitions and championships (Nationa…
 
Quote Reflection Episode Mindset Quote of the day: "How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives" -- Annie Dillard Have you ever set goals, felt good about yourself and a few months later to find yourself in a completely different destination? Well, we all lived it at least once. Why? What Happened? The most important moment and the …
 
Today I sit down with Mona from L’Araboutique, the halal skincare brand from the UK. We discuss the challenges that they faced marketing their products to the Muslim community, what is exactly a Halal Business and why as business owners we need to let go of expectations. Another fascinating conversation to inspire, educate, and motivate all Muslim …
 
In this episode of The Muslimah Entrepreneur Podcast, I have a talk with Wessam Mousa and she is sharing with us how life looks like when you follow your passion at work and how to never settle for less because you are a Muslim woman. Let go of the expectations and don't be afraid of sharing your true value. 🔦 Muslim Businesswomen spotlight Segment…
 
In this episode of The Muslimah Entrepreneur Podcast, I have a talk with entrepreneur and coach Murshida Said from Malaysia. Murshida shares with us the power of forgiveness to let go of unnecessary energy to be more creative. How important is it to be clear about the lifestyle we want and then choose a business model to support it. ------- Share w…
 
With covid19 many of us lost their job or have seen their workload reduced and therefore their income to. In this environment, being creative and starting a business as a side hustle or as a new career has become one option. It is for me. Women in entrepreneurship is the exception not the norm, we are facing many challenges in the workplace and mor…
 
President Trump sought to exit the WHO and the Paris Accord; President Biden is reversing both of those decisions. In this episode our guest Duncan Hollis, editor of the Oxford Guide to Treaties, explores how treaty exit and entrance work, who governs these processes, and many other related issues.By American Society of International Law
 
In this episode we speak with Bonnie Glaser, head of the China Power Project at CSIS, about the recent State Department endorsement of the 2016 arbitral ruling on maritime claims in the South China Sea. We cover what’s new, what’s not, and what is likely to happen between the US and China now that the US has formally endorsed the tribunal’s finding…
 
The EU is the leading regulatory power in the world today. Why is it so influential and how does its influence manifest itself? Will it remain influential in the future? In this episode, Kal Raustiala talks to Anu Bradford about her new book The Brussels Effect.By American Society of International Law
 
Catherine is joined by Dr. Tom Ginsburg, Professor of International Law and Political Science at the University of Chicago, to discuss his recent article “Authoritarian International Law?” in the American Journal of International Law. Their wide-ranging conversation explores the liberal foundation of international law, how countries with authoritar…
 
In this episode we talk with Penn Law Prof and foreign relations law expert Jean Galbraith about the legal basis and political context of the Trump administration’s recent—and unprecedented—suit against California for engaging in an agreement with Quebec to implement a shared cap and trade system.By American Society of International Law
 
Tensions between Iran and the US have reached a critical level, culminating in senior-level discourse during last week’s UN General Assembly meetings in which the United States, Saudi Arabia, and other countries focused on allegations that Iran was responsible for a military drone strike on Saudi Arabia’s oil fields. This is just the latest event i…
 
What information can or should the government be able to discover in the name of national security, when information is among the most valuable currency of the intelligence community? Former General Counsel to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Robert Litt, talks through issues on the legal cutting edge of intelligence gathering a…
 
Ben Rhodes was one of President Obama’s most trusted foreign policy advisors, the author of many of his key foreign policy speeches, and Deputy National Security Advisor. In this episode we discuss the development of two signature international agreements of the Obama years—the Iran Deal and the Paris Accord—as well as the difficulty of securing Se…
 
The 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (“INF”) Treaty, which required the destruction of the ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with a range between 500 and 5,500 kilometers, was a landmark nuclear arms-control pact with Russia that has been described as a cornerstone of European security. However, citing treaty violations by Russia,…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Dame Rosalyn Higgins, former judge and President of the International Court of Justice, for her reflections on the role and practice of the Court as well as on her recent project, the Oppenheim’s International Law: United Nations (2017), a two-volume, authoritative study of the legal practice of the UN. Dame Rosaly…
 
In this episode we speak with Chimene Keitner, Fromm Professor of Law at Hastings and former Counselor at the State Department about the very unusual case of a foreign sovereign entity claiming immunity with regard to a subpoena from the Mueller investigation. Shrouded in extreme secrecy, the case raises interesting questions about the 1976 Foreign…
 
In this episode, Kal Raustiala speaks with use of force expert Adil Haque of Rutgers Law School, author of Law and Morality at War, about the recent skirmishes at the India - Pakistan border triggered by a cross-border terrorist attack. What are the implications for the law governing the use of force? How can states protect themselves against non-s…
 
The United States now faces three cases before the International Court of Justice: two instituted by Iran and one by Palestine. With new cases pending against the U.S. in the ICJ, the Trump Administration announced its decision to withdraw from the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights with Iran and the 1961 Optional Protoco…
 
Drawing from her experiences serving at the White House and the State Department during the Obama Administration, Tess Bridgeman discusses how international law is incorporated into U.S. policy and decision-making at the highest levels, what we are seeing now under the Trump Administration, and what we can expect for the future. For one example, in…
 
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