Tag: women

April 30, 2011 Off

Life in a Hijab

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Dr.Ambreen Juvale is a medical graduate from Mumbai. In this interview she explains Hijab and shares her experience of how she feels wearing a Hijab and why she loves to wear it. She also shares a few words of advice for young girls of her age.

April 16, 2011 Off

I appeal to your senses of Shame

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In this book, Ms.Nawal Bint Abdullah calls for her sisters in Islam to realize that when it comes to women’s clothing, the threshold of decency and modesty has been smartly and systematically reduced by men in today’s world. She asks her sisters to understand that the liberation that western culture talks about is a disguised form of exploitation of her body and degradation of her soul. The society that speaks about upgrading women’s status today has actually reduced her status to that ofconcubines and society butterflies in the hands of pleasure seekers disguised behind the colorful screen of culture.

April 11, 2011 Off

Rights and Duties of women in Islam

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The subject of the rights and duties of women in Islam has often been clouded by controversy, personal opinions and sheer ignorance. Although many scholars have dealt with this subject, there has remained a need to discuss wider aspects of the issue than are often tackled. Maulana Abdul Ghaffar Hasan, a scholar of Hadith and member of the Islamic Ideological Council in Pakistan, originally presented this topic to the Council as a short Urdu paper for discussion. Considering it to be a concise yet useful contribution to the field, I rendered it into English.

I hope that this booklet will help to remove some of the misunderstandings, prejudiced opinions and falsehoods, which circulate about the rights, and duties of women in Islam.

– Dr Shuhaib Hasan.

October 31, 2010 Off

Polygamy in Islam (Audio)

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Dr.Bilal Philips, who co-authored the book “Polygamy in Islam” with Jameelah Jones, speaks about the same in this audio.

All religions allow and practice polygamy. However, polygamy in Islam is not for the desires of a man, but for the protection of rights of women. Islam is the only religion which asks man to marry only one wife if he cannot do justice. However, it also allows polygamy in order to protect the women from being misused by the society. And even that is restricted to a maximum of four.

Dr.Bilal Philips speaks about the importance of marriage in Islam and explains how it is an institution of security for the woman. He goes on to highlight the fact with statistics that the most of the people in the west are falling into illegitimate relationships. Islam on the other hand, doesn’t allow this at all. Rather it asks a man to give the all rights to a woman he wants to be with.

He further brings to light the social problems that exist today and how polygamy is the only solution to it.

July 5, 2010 Off

Does Islam oppress Women (Audio)

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We know that Islam is the most misunderstood religion in the world today and one of the misconceptions that people have is about the Muslim woman. Is she oppressed or truly liberated? Find out all this and more with “The Deen Show’s” first Muslim Woman guest, you don’t wan’t to miss this show!

July 5, 2010 Off

Hijab: My Choice

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Non Muslims have many Misconceptions about the Muslim women who is free and liberated and at peace in life. And she does it with her own will. Wearing a Hijab is her own choice. While many have not found peace in life the Muslim woman has, and in this show we’ll find out why?

July 5, 2010 Off

Why do I wear a Hijab

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In this short article, the author explains her liberated life inside the Hijab and explains why she loves to wear it.

July 5, 2010 Off

The Hijab

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Veil, usually called Hijab, though they are different, has been constantly termed as an oppression on women. Although from a rational perspective it gives liberation to them. This article discusses this issue closely.

July 5, 2010 Off

Women’s Rights in Islam

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Status of women in Islam constitutes no problem at all. The attitude of the Quran and early Muslims bear witness to the fact that women are as vital to life as a man is. Had it not been for the impact of other cultures and alien influences, this question would have never come up.