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From Social Butterfly to Humble Modest Muslim

Monday, July 21st, 2014

 

Girl-in-Hijab

 

Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said:

“I have been sent down by God to teach moral virtues and to evolve them to highest perfection.” (Authenticated by Al-Albani, 273)

Before accepting Islam, many new Muslims had a less modest lifestyle. After accepting Islam, attention must be given to adapting oneself to a more modest way of life. This includes not only the way one dresses, but the attitudes one holds and their actions.

Seeking popularity in school, or work, etc. should not be our goal in life, and it should be seeking the pleasure of God over all others. Once we focus our attention to achieving that, we can more easily adapt ourselves to becoming a more modest, humble Muslim.

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Divorce

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

 

 Divorce
Ismail Adam Patel

Source: Islam The choice of Thinking Women
Divorce

The Prophet (Peace be upon him) said: “Divorce is the most hateful of all lawful things in the sight of Allah”. Although Islam emphasises the importance of marriage, it is a humane and practical religion which recognises the fact that there may be situations in which dissolving the marriage bond may be in the better interests of the individuals concerned and of society at large. Divorce is allowed as a last resort, rather as amputation or major surgery may be the unpleasant but a necessary step needed to save a person’s life. If divorce were forbidden, then animosity and adultery may become rampant.

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London; Muslim woman punched in racist attack in Barking and Dagenham

Saturday, August 3rd, 2013


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A woman wearing a hijab veil in Greatfields Park in Barking was repeatedly punched in the head by two white women who branded her a “Muslim terrorist”.

It was one of two racially-motivated incidents reported last week to anti-Muslim attack support service Tell Mama, which is run by the charity Faith Matters.

Although the woman didn’t speak English, her young child understood what the attackers were calling his mother, and alerted the police and the charity – telling them she had been left traumatised by the ordeal.

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American Muslim woman faces Islamic stereotypes

Saturday, June 8th, 2013

MIT / Agencies
6/1/2013

“Where are you from?”

This is a question I have received countless times. If I had a dime for every time I was asked this question, I’d be rich.

Ironically, when I answer, “From Ann Arbor,” the response is always, “No, I mean, where are you really from?”

I recently went to Iowa, where I had this encounter almost word for word. I’ve been calling it my Iowa story, but it could have happened anywhere, and it does happen everywhere.

We all have things that are essential to our character, things that make us who we are. But how would it feel if you were questioned about your identity on a regular basis? If everywhere you went, someone stopped you and asked you about yourself, your values and your beliefs?

This is the daily experience of American Muslim women. This is my experience.

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Hijab Handout Clears US Misconceptions

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

 

Hijab Handout Clears US Misconceptions

Girl-in-Hijab

 

onislam

Fighting misconceptions associated with Muslim headscarf, Muslim students at California State University arranged a Hijab handout to their colleagues to educate them about criticism and negative image drawn by media over the past decade.
“The goal was to teach what Islam really is because there’s so much negativity going around about Muslim people who are portrayed so negatively in the media,” Amina Hasan, organizer for the Muslim Student Association (MSA), told Daily 49ER, the university’s news website, on Sunday, December 2.

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The Muslim Woman and Her Parents

Monday, March 11th, 2013

 


She treats them with kindness and respect (birr)

One of the main distinguishing characteristics of the true Muslim woman is her respectful and kind treatment of her parents.

Islam encourages respect towards and kind treatment of parents in many definitive texts of the Qur’an and Sunnah; any Muslim woman who reads these texts has no choice but to adhere to their teachings and treat her parents with kindness and respect, no matter what the circumstances or the state of the relationship between daughter and parents.

She recognizes their status and knows her duties towards them

From her reading of the Qur’an, the Muslim woman understands the high status to which Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He) has raised parents, and that it is a status which mankind has never known except in Islam, which has placed respect for parents just one step below belief in Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He) and true worship of Him. Many ayat of the Qur’an describe pleasing one’s parents as coming second only to pleasing Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He), and confirm that treating parents well is the best of good deeds after having faith in Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He). “Serve Allah, and join not any partners with Him; and do good, to parents…” (Qur’an Surat An-Nisa’: 36)

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How to be good to your children?

Saturday, October 20th, 2012

How to be good to your children?

Ahlam Ali

Published On: 24/3/2012 A.D. – 1/5/1433 H

Allah (may He be Exalted) says: “And those who say: Our Lord! Bestow on us from our wives and our offspring the comfort of our eyes, and make us leaders of the Muttaqûn (the pious).”

 

The previous Ayah included the qualities of high spiritual energy which seek high goals in regard to religion. It does not want you to be only a righteous person, but also wants you to be a leader to the righteous.

 

To me, I may be a good example for others in clothes, dealings with the people, and dealing with my husband, but did anyone of us ask herself: Am I a good example for others in regard to rearing my children? If I am not, so what should I do to be a role model? What are the means which help me achieve that? These are the questions which we are going to answer in the following dialogue with Iman Al Harby, one of the educational researchers and one of those who are concerned with the Muslim women’s affairs.

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Order in Family

Saturday, October 20th, 2012

 

Order in Family

Amin Ahsan Islahi

Source: Role of Family in Socialistaion

Published On: 15/10/2012 A.D. – 29/11/1433 H.

 

Islahi likens family to the institution of state. A state is required to be headed by a person; a family is also required to have a head. It can be husband or wife, but cannot be both.

Islahi’s assertion is in favour of man. In his view, man possesses those qualities which are required for the custodianship of family. However, it does not mean that man is superior to woman in all walks of life.

There are certain areas where women are ahead of men. For example, man cannot take care of the children as can a woman.

There is an inherent difference between man and woman. Man has an edge over woman in some physical aspects. Any step in the direction of equating both has proved futile.

Islahi considers all such moves a war against God and human wisdom. In the modern times most countries of the world equate women with men.

Legal and constitutional equality does not mean that they become equal in all fields of life.

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Islam and Women

Monday, July 23rd, 2012


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2009

 

The dualism in Islam allows for two ways to treat women. They can be honored and protected, or they can be beaten. Today, Western nations allow Islamic women to be treated as Islam wants to treat them. In short, they are not subject to our laws and customs of equality. Why? Our politicians and intellectuals do not want to offend Islam by discussing the second-class status of women in Islam.

This lesson is on women. If you’re going to study Islam, you have to study women as a separate category. And the reason for this is simple—Islamic doctrine denies that men and women are equal. The dualism of Islam separates women into a separate category. The Koran has whole sections devoted to how women are treated differently from men. Many hadith (traditions) put women in a special category. Islam is very proud of how it treats its women and says that, in the West, our treatment of women is terrible—that they are not protected and honored. In Islam, women are protected and honored (Muslims claim).

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Women’s rights in Islamic civilization

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Written by Islamstory

Introduction

Islam provided woman with care and attention, elevated her status, and provided her with honor and good treatment whether she is a daughter, wife, sister or mother. Islam stated that both women and men were created out of one origin. Therefore, women and men are equal in humanity. Allah (be He Exalted) says: {O mankind! reverence your Guardian-Lord, who created you from a single person, created, of like nature, His mate, and from them twain scattered (like seeds) countless men and women.} [Al-Nisa’: 1]. Many other verses show that Islam eradicated the principle of distinction between men and women in the common value of humanity.

 

Status of woman in Islam

Women's rights in Islamic civilizationRecalling these principles and disapproving the habits of Jahiliyah and previous nations with regard to the status of woman, Islam came to defend woman and place her in a status which she could not reach in old or later nations. Fourteen centuries ago, Islam prescribed for woman – as a mother, sister, wife and daughter – rights which western woman is still struggling to get but in vain!

Islam stated that women and men are equal in status and prestige, and that nothing detracts women because they are women. In this regard, the Prophet (peace be upon him) established an important rule when he said: “Women are counterpart of men”[1]. He (peace be upon him) always urged Muslims to take care of women. He told his companions: “I urge you to take care of women.” [2] He repeated this advice during his farewell pilgrimage when he addressed thousands of people of his nation.

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