Women’s Issues

The Greatest Women Who Lived

The Greatest Women Who Lived   Sparkling gems in their own times, they continue to glisten beyond their age, making their appeal everlasting. Each one a legend in her own right, they were declared the best of women by the Last Prophet (pbuh). So what were the...

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Women are of four types

Women are of four types

Women are of Four Types – 20 PIECES OF ADVICE To my sister before MARRIAGE By the noble Scholar; Badr bin Ali Al-Utaybee Ibn Hibban narrated in his work Nazahti Al-Fadlaa the advice of Al-Khattaab bin Mu’laa Al-Makhzoomee to his son. At the end of his words he...

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Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day   Introduction   Many people celebrate Valentine’s Day, which falls on the fourteenth of February every year; they do so by exchanging red rosesand gifts. They also dress up in red clothingand congratulate one another on this occasion....

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Marriage is for Lovers

Marriage is for Lovers

Marriage is for Lovers By Abu Khaliyl / www.asaala.com The Prophet (sall Allahu `alaihi wa sallam) said: “There is nothing for two who love one another like marriage.” Saheeh, Recorded by Ibn Majah. It was graded sahih by Shaykh al-Albani in as-Sahihah no. 624 as well...

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Free mixing Between the Sexes

Free mixing Between the Sexes

  Free mixing Between the Sexes الشيخ / محمد بن إبراهيم آل الشيخ رحمه الله تعالى Translated by Abu Maryam Bilal   Shaykh Muhammad Bin Ibrahim Aal-Al Sheikh [1311-1389 H (1893-1969 AD)], the former Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, said:   Introduction: Free...

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Why can’t a Muslim date?

Why can’t a Muslim date?

Why can't a Muslim date?  I'm an extremely strict Christian but I have Muslim friend who I'm trying to understand.   Praise be to Allaah. Islam forbids a man to be alone with a non-mahram woman (one who is not his wife or a close relative) even if he is teaching...

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Marriage Bandits

Marriage Bandits

Marriage Bandits Originally written for SISTERS Magazine, September 2012 Umm Khadijah exposes the hidden abuse of marriage fraud that occurs within the Muslim community and warns vulnerable sisters how to avoid it. Muslim communities around the world face many...

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