Women

Women are the source of inspiration and the emblem of love and purity. Their influential role in family as well as society is an undeniable fact. The dignity of women has always been emphasized in the holy religion of Islam, thus their matters and concerns are highlighted and have been studied thoroughly by Muslim scholars. After all whether a man or a woman, what matters for Allah is our virtuous deeds, which will lead us to a life of happiness and satisfaction.

In recent years, the scarf or Hijab that Muslim women wear on their heads has engaged many governments and has been among the headlines around the world. Since then, Hijab and covering the hair has been banned in certain government buildings,...

When talking about Hijab in Islam, the first impression that comes to mind is a cloth covering certain parts of women’s body. But is this the real meaning of Hijab?

Hagar, who left behind a sainted child that later became the forefather ofthe Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), is the symbol of a devoted and obedient woman to God.Although her name is not directly mentioned in the Quran, in many Islamic quotes (...

Social life is one of the most important aspects of human’s life. From the beginning of the creation of mankind people decided to live together in order to meet their needs. In this issue the quality of women’s social participation is one of the...

There are always great people in history who successfully move through the stages of spiritual development, reach the top, and become role models for human generations. One of the shiniest examples of such people is undoubtedly Lady Zainab (AS),...

The word "Hijab"—which literally means screening or, better said, protecting something from the view of others—refers, in Islamic context, to a kind of attire or a piece of clothing that covers a woman's body and hair. Not long before the advent...

The term Hijab literally means a cover, curtain or screen [1], and is generally associated with the Islamic rule regarding women covering certain...

The status of Fatimah, the most beloved daughter of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and Khadija, is so great within the religion of Islam that our last prophet has said: “Fatimah (AS) is part of me, whoever annoys her, annoys me and whoever pleases her,...

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When talking about Hijab in Islam, the first impression that comes to mind is a cloth covering certain parts of women’s body. But is this the real meaning of Hijab?

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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...