Home | Islamic Lifestyle | The Muslim Woman (page 58)

The Muslim Woman

What Most People Don’t Know Before Getting Married

BY KERRY PETSINGER My husband and I have been married for 10 years. Here are some of the things I’ve learned over the past decade. #Marriage is not two people giving 50/50 Marriage is about two people each giving 100%. When you start keeping track of “all the things you do …

Read More »

Marriage Bandits

Zainab bint Younus 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 challenges, from within as well as from external sources. Certain issues, such as poverty and substance abuse, are widespread amongst all races and …

Read More »

Ummahatul Mumineen Hafsah ALLAH be pleased with Her

Hafsah was the daughter of ‘Hadhrat Umar (Radhiyallaho anho) who was born in Makkah five years before the Nubuwwat. She was first married to Hadhrat Khunais bin Huzaifah (Radhiyallaho anho), who was one of the very early Muslims. He first emigrated to Abyssinia and then to Madinah. He participated in …

Read More »

Six Reminders for the Muslim Daughter-in-law

Ruhaifa Adil- IIPH | 23 Muharram 1437/06 November 2015 When a girl gets married, everything changes. She leaves her home to go live with a man she has probably not known before; to live without her parents in a completely new house for which she is now solely responsible. She …

Read More »

MAXIMIZE YOUR IBADAH DURING YOUR PERIOD

By An Ghela Bismillah  Do you remember the days when after finishing a long year at school we finally got a couple of months of vacation? There was so much anticipation for it and the first thing we wanted to do was NOTHING! We knew that although we had homework …

Read More »

Why do you always go crying to your Mum?

By Mufti Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera In the name of Allah, the Inspirer of truth. In life, it is quite natural that things don’t always necessarily go the way we want them to. Life is full of difficulties, challenges and obstacles. What defines whether a person will be successful …

Read More »

Six Reminders for the Muslim Mother-In-Law

Ruhaifa Adil – IIPH | 15 Muharram 1437/29 October 2015 Becoming a mother-in-law is probably harder than becoming a mother. A mother is blessed with a natural love for the child she carries inside her womb for nine difficult months, to whom she gives birth while enduring great pain and …

Read More »

Womens Salaah ( Detailed )

  Question In Sahih Bukhari, Our prophet Swallaho Alaihewasallam(peace be upon him)said “Pray as you have seen me to pray”. He didn’t shown any different way to pray for ladies. Why ladies are praying differently as per Hanafi Fiqh. (Al-Tirmizhi, vol 1, pg 59,) This Hadith is Zaweef…Why is hadith …

Read More »

Soap Box: Failing Our Sons

  The other day a post on my Facebook newsfeed from an Islamic inspirational site showed an image with a couple facing each other, the woman looking up to her husband, her head tilted to the side. The caption encouraged wives to use this “subordinate” position for apologising to their …

Read More »

Successful marriage is about more than rights!

by Abu Ibrahim Source: http://islamiclearningmaterials.com Posted by: MV Media   Articles and books that contain the phrase “Rights of the Muslim Wife/Husband” should be banned. Those are some of the worst and destructive articles I’ve ever encountered in the English-Muslim world. This is not to say that Muslim men and …

Read More »