A monthly podcast featuring Tanzila "Taz" Ahmed and Zahra Noorbakhsh about the good and the bad of the American Muslim female experience. But you know, satirically & disturbingly hilarious. #GoodMuslimBadMuslim
061 - Khodafez LIVE Finale
The one where Taz and Zahra say goodbye.
060 - The Christmas Jinn feat. Back to the Silk Road
The one where Taz writes a rom-com and Zahra writes a time travel adventure.
059 - Diaspora, Eating Little Bangladesh, and Homeostasis
The one where Taz eats her way through Little Bangladesh and Zahra searches for home and stability in diaspora. Featuring special guests: Fahmida Azim, Hannah Moushabeck, and Michel Moushabeck.
058 - Live Every Day Like It's Halloween (with special guest Ayesha Siddiqi)
The one where Taz rethinks clothing swaps and Zahra defends candy corn. They also unveil a special announcement. With special guest Ayesha Siddiqi.
057 - Hot Girl Summer Ends, A New Regime Begins
The one where Zahra learns to do handstands and Taz designs lungis with Scottish Muslim tartans.
056 - Are You Done Venting? Don't Embarrass Yourself.
The one where Zahra admires a famous rotator cuff and Taz goes friendship shopping at Target.
I always laugh and sometimes cry
Always funny, always emotionally honest. The differences between the hosts and their love for each other are both wonderful. I miss this show.
I miss this podcast already!
I’ve been putting off writing a review for this podcast for a while. The fact is though, I’ve enjoyed the podcast from since episode 1! It’s great to hear voices of fellow Asian American Muslims in podcast form! I wish there were more of these podcasts. Taz and Zara are so funny but also speak truth to power. Now that the podcast is over, I am gonna miss them.
Also had to get mine in to cancel one of the one star trolls that love to sully the good names of Taz and Zahra!
Just listened to your live show. I LOVED your reference to the white people who have spoken of eavesdropping and learning so much. I have to concur. I’m from the Detroit area, so have had long term positive interactions with Muslims, but I’ve learned a ton by “listening in” to your uncensored conversations.
Thank you! And keep going however you each will go, I will be listening for you. Big love!!!