Growing up, I’ve heard people make all types of “jokes”, often times so hurtful, so demeaning, and so filthy, that I question, to what extent is the joke considered a “joke?” Continue reading You Think You’re Funny?
Glimpses, by a sister having experienced domestic abuse firsthand. Continue reading Eye-Opening Glimpses (Stories) of an Abused Child | Domestic Abuse
After a couple of lawsuits and all that hate, Abercrombie & Fitch change their policy to allow “Hijabs” on for Muslim women employees. Continue reading Abercrombie & Fitch: New Policy Allows Hijabi Employees
MV: Aselamulaikum! As I hope most of you know, I’m a boy, alhumdollilah. Because of that reason, (even though we do have a Women in Islam section) we don’t have too many articles about women or voices on articles from women for … Continue reading My Life, My Hijab – A Sister’s Voice
MV: Aselamulaikum Many of you have probably heard about the recent strict banning of the Burqa (face veil) in France. Well a few days ago, Sister Heba Ahmad from MuslimMatters went on CNN and had a little debate with another Muslim women, Mona about the issue in France, check out what she had to say: You can read the transcript here. Alhumdoililah, I think Sister Heba did a great job (even such little time), remember both of them are Muslims, so whose side would you be on? Continue reading Hebah Ahmed Debates Mona Eltahawy over French Niqab (Burka) Ban
MV: This is a very interesting article I found which honestly surprised me. Who are these people? “See all these above photos and guess what? Are they Muslim women? None of them are Muslims. The top photos are of … Continue reading Women in Islam: Dress Code and Conducts
MV: Islam is a fair and balanced system of life. While it specifies the rights of women it also lays down duties. A Muslim woman is expected to observe the following: 1. Belief in Tawhid and the practice of Islam should be her foremost duty. A Muslim woman must preform Salah, observe Sawm, pay Zakah on her own wealth (if it is applicable) and go to Hajj if she can afford it. She exempted from Salah and can defer Sawm during her monthly period, but she must make up the days afterwords. Friday prayer (Salatul Jum’ah) is optional for women. … Continue reading Duties of Woman In Islam
MV: Going a little different today, I found this article/reasearch that really can help us understand the reasons of wearing Hijab and its importance for Women. Some Muslim brothers have stated that hijab is not important, but this article clearly covers that up. Also, this also clears up why it is important for wearing hijab in terms of health also. This can be a revolt to non-muslims who critisize us and apply hijab to stupidity, when this clearly covers up how much Allah (SWT) denials have reasons and help us in all ways. So remember take your time to read … Continue reading The Virtues of wearing Hijab