Home | Islamic Lifestyle | The Muslim Woman (page 5)

The Muslim Woman

A Prayer fit for a Queen

  She was exhausted. The blisters on her hands attested to the demanding nature of her tasks. By looking at her hands, who would have believed that these were the hands of the Queen of Jannah? Affection overwhelmed him as he stared at his beloved wife’s hands. He understood why …

Read More »

In Pursuit of Optimism

Part 1 When one studies the traits which the prophets and messengers possessed, he finds that they were given characteristics which enabled them to lead, inspire others and guide. They were given characteristics which enabled them to plant the seeds of Islām in the hearts of nations, making Muslims the …

Read More »

Khula

Question I had posted a question earlier this morning. But I forgot to mention this. My husband told me that he doesn’t want to continue relationship with me and he is ending things with me. And he told me this personally and on text and told this to my father …

Read More »

Role of The Television in the Corrupting of Society Part 2

Creating Perception of Parents as “Criminals Under Assumption” and Parents as a Grave Danger to Their Children This occurs through the television as well as other ways and means. Child abuse does take place, however, rare, isolated, extreme cases are used as part of perception change and management which leads …

Read More »

Please stop committing these ‘Robberies’!

  Some very freakish ‘robberies’ are taking place nowadays and they are really becoming widespread like forest fires! Outwardly these enticing robberies appear harmless but they have serious repercussions. The weapons used to commit these robberies are the ‘Smartphones’! A person usually commits a robbery for material gains but in these robberies there are …

Read More »

There is NO “TEENAGER” Phase in Islam

The ‘teenager’ image was artificially created in the 1920s by marketing gurus and other social engineers. The aim was to bring into existence an artificial demographic that could be targeted by the commercial sector and to encourage the purchase and consumption of all manner of useless, unnecessary gadgets, fads and …

Read More »

Muslim Weddings

  Moulana Yunus Patel rahmatullahi alaih mentioned : A sister wrote a letter to him stating, ‘As much as we wait for weddings in the family, the problems that come with them far supersede the true joy that should be experienced at the time of a wedding. So when my …

Read More »