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The 6 most influential Muslim women in the world.. Get to know them

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Making a positive impact in a world full of conflicts and cultural and ideological differences and racial discrimination on the basis of color, gender, religion and creed is not easy, especially on Muslim women. Get to know 6 influential Muslim women.

Making a positive impact in this world full of wars, conflicts, cultural and ideological differences and racial discrimination on the basis of color, gender, religion and creed is never easy, especially on women in general and Muslims in particular.

However, there are some Muslim women who have succeeded in making a positive impact despite all the difficulties and obstacles they faced in their lives. Global Woman Magazine recently named the 6 most influential Muslim women in this world.

Amna Mirza seeks to bring about social change by expanding the concept of Zakat and making it synonymous with charitable work (American press)

Amina Mirza.. Islam is a religion of love, peace and equality

Amna Mirza was and still seeks to use her talents and strengths to do good in this world, which is why this Canadian-born Pakistani woman was able to align perfectly with Zakat Foundation of America's core vision, which is to put humanity and service above all else.

After 3 years of continuous efforts to provide support to the poor, orphans and the needy and save lives, she believes that she and the organization she represents are proudly on the right path to achieving this ambitious vision by creating real relationships with donors and givers, and most importantly, she believes that they are on the path to achieving meaningful and lasting social change by expanding the concept of Zakat and make it synonymous with charitable works, away from prejudice on the grounds that Islam is a religion of love, peace and equality among all human beings.

In this context, Mirza was keen to ensure that the zakat funds and donations obtained by the Foundation are sent to the truly needy, such as allocating orphans care funds so that these orphans can actually and fully benefit from them, and so on in each of the chapters in which the zakat and donations are spent.

At home, she prioritizes raising and educating her two young daughters about causes she believes in, which transcend cultural and ethnic boundaries, and aspires for her two daughters to be the product of a charitable upbringing.

Mirza worked in several commercial institutions before moving to her new job at the Zakat Foundation. The transition from working in entertainment marketing for profit to non-profit marketing for charitable work was a fundamental transformation in her life, and she is proud of this transformation and for challenging the stereotype of the "oppressed Muslim woman" that It is promoted by Western propaganda in Europe and America about Muslim women.