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Women in Islam
To answer this question about wearing Hijab, we should first understand why God has sent down religion to man and why He orders man what to do and what to avoid. Imagine a person who invents an electronic device, for example, a computer; he knows how the computer should be used to give the best outcome....
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I am a Muslim woman. I grew up in an Islamic country. I went to segregated schools, sports clubs, swimming pools, friendly parties and wedding parties. Then I chose Media as my career. I worked in different journals, made films and traveled to various cities and countries, with or without my family. As a Muslim who...
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The Miserable Life of a Muslim Woman!!!   Those who are not Muslim and committed to religion may think that Muslim women cover themselves in front of men. They do not wear make-up. They do not have boyfriends. They do not take part in mixed parties with men where they can dress up and flirt, and...
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You may wonder why Muslim women do not take part in some sports. Are certain types of sports forbidden (Haram) for women in Islam? Are women in Islam not allowed to enjoy themselves doing such recreational activities? Well, actually the question whether women in Islam can play sports is somehow same as the question if...
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Well, one way to answer this question is to consider it by itself and regardless of any side issues. One may thus say that Muslim women –together with the rest of the world– need clothes! women in Islam, too, deserve to wear beautiful and stylish outfits! Muslim women, too, can have a job! And if all that...
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The way we look is usually considered as an expression of our character. That’s why it concerns us very much –maybe just a little too much these days. As a Muslim who tries to lead an Islamic life, it might pop into our heads if we are allowed to wear makeup in Islam, use jewelry, perfume, etc....
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When you hear this question the first thing that comes to your mind is probably the following: “Do husbands have rights too?” and “What are husband’s rights in Islam?” In today’s modern societies whenever the issue of rights is discussed, particular groups are considered; mainly women and children.   However, it seems that men’s or husband’s rights...
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Contrary to popular belief, women in Islam has been empowered and respected. An excellent example of that is the first Muslim woman, Khadijah, Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) wife, whose influence and support was crucial to the success of Islam. Through many articles, we have discussed the Islamic view on women, their social position, their rights and responsibilities, and...
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Mothers in Islam are held in very high esteem. How a Muslim should treat their parents, especially the mother, is underlined in the Quran and Hadiths [i]. Several verses in the Quran emphasize the difficulties that a mother goes through and the respect that should be accorded to her. “We have enjoined man to be kind to...
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TEHRAN (FNA)- The hijab is a religious covering that is worn by Muslims, mostly among women. It generally conceals the neck and hair. Most Muslim women wear the hijab, while refraining from wearing tight clothing. Donning the hijab and also generally observing a modest Muslim style of dressing offers these benefits. 1. Represents purity The...
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