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How was the status of the woman in the past? She was a commodity to be bought and sold, disrespected and dishonored. She was sold just like an animal or a piece of furniture; she was forced to get married or to commit adultery.
The issue of women in Islam is greatly misunderstood. The West has stereotyped Islam as anti-women. In fact, the opposite is true. In the eyes of many Westerners, Muslim women are hidden behind negative stereotypes that portray them as either oppressed, subservient wives and daughters or, more recently.
The Prophet was very caring and he guarded his wives against anything that might be degrading, However, his approach was always one of moderation, not exaggeration.
This book discusses the status of women prior to Islam and how women were ill-treated and humiliated in many cultures. It explains how Islam put an end to all This in justice, established women's rights and gave women their rightful status. character, his humble life and his conduct with his family at home. His companions and all people in society.
The manners of the wedding nights:
The Manners of the Wedding Nights: - The groom should be nice and kind to the bride and talk to her so that she does not feel shy. This removes any feelings of discomfort and brings hearts together. - It is also one of the prophetic traditions the groom places his hand on the bride’ s head and prays for her.
"Women are not a garment you wear & undress however you like. They are honored and have their rights." - Ibn Uthaymin, Islamic scholar
Everyday is Mother's Day for a Muslim
Marriage in Islam: what hers is hers and what's yours is hers! Tell me, how can you say that Islam gives no rights?
1400 years ago, Islam gave women the right to choose husbands, keep their family names, and inherit, when European women couldn't
1400 years back, Islam gave women the right to own and dispose property, earn wealth, and to be educated when Western women couldn't
"The Koran makes it clear that women are equal in spirituality, worth and education." Yvonne Ridley, UK journalist, Muslim since 2003
"It's (referring to the Koran) a magna carta for women!" Yvonne Ridley, British journalist converted to Islam in 2003
Shedding light on the status of Islam, this book explains that women were ill-treated and humiliated in many cultures and how Islam put an end to all this injustice, gave women their proper status.
This book discusses the special place women have in the religion of Islam and seeks to address some of the many misconceptions and false propaganda published by those who are ignorant of this religion.
This book tried to trace the history of women rights and the status of women in the Muslim society.
In this episode from the Deenshow, Dr. Muhammad Rida Bashir discusses how to have a blissful marriage in Islam through the following points: conflict resolution, avoiding combative communication, alarming statistics of divorce, real issues such as "My wife talks to much," "My husband is never home," "We do not spend any time together," and so on.
Hijab is an act of obedience to Allah, a sign of purity and dignity, and she is less likely to be exploited for her beauty and feminity
By wearing hijab a woman is concealing her sexuality but allowing her femininity to shine
Muslims women wear the hijab because they believe that God ordered it in Quran 33:59 and 24:30-31