Category: Muslim Women's Issues

Women's Rights in Islam

A short pamphlet that gives a glimpse on women's rights in Islam ... more

The Prophet as a Husband

All of us wonder about the way the Messenger (PBUH) was with his wives. How he dealt with them? How he treated them equally? The Prophet accomplished the happiness to every one of them; that is because he knew how to deal with women. He penetrated deeply into her sensitive soul and he went on apostrophizing her with the warmth of passion and assisted her to work for her religion and life. ... more

Women In Islam

This book, Women in Islam, begins by shedding light on the status of women prior to Islam. It explains that women were ill-treated and humiliated in many cultures. Indeed, in some societies, women were considered the property of men and could be bought, sold and inherited. Women were generally treated as inferior to men and some communities even blamed women for the misfortune and shame that might befall their families. ... more

Women's Rights: A Historical Perspective

A. Women in the Teachings of HinduismB. Women in the Old Testament C. Women in the Teachings of Christianity D. Women in Contemporary Times E. Islamic View of WomenF. Western Women Accepting Islam ... more

What Does Islam Say About Mother’s Day?

Celebrating Mother’s Day is an innovated matter which the Prophet, peace and blessing be upon him, and his companions did not do. It is also an imitation of the kuffaar from whom we have been commanded to differ. ... more

“Never! By Allah, Allah Will Never Disgrace You!”

By these great words, the Mother of Faithful Believers, Khadijah, strengthened the heart of the Messenger of Allah, Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him, when he talked to her about the angel that descended to him in the Cave of Hira'. ... more

Guarding Virtue

Book Topics: The Necessity of Belief in the Differences between Man and WomanGeneral VeilSpecial VeilWomen Staying in Houses is Legal DutyMixing between Men and Women is Prohibited in Islamic Law ... more

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