Aamenah Meghjee

Aamenah is a registered nurse by profession who always had an interest in graphic design. She is excited to be a part of a project that provides an accessible means to ask questions and read answers that promote a true understanding of Islam. 

Anisa Khalfan

Anisa is currently in her third year at the University of Toronto studying cognitive neuroscience. She is interested in computational models of choice and the neural mechanisms responsible for regulating decisions. Anisa is passionate about Islam’s contribution to science and debunking the myths around how science and Islam conflict. She is excited to be part of such a great initiative. 

Asiya Khalfan

Mahdiya Wazir

Mahdiya is in her fourth year, studying computer science at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Common Perplexities piqued her interest, and by the grace of Allah (S.W.T), soon thereafter she was invited to join the team. She is thankful for the opportunity to help provide others with the knowledge of Islam through a philosophical lens.   

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