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A Woman of Perfection Lady Fatimah: The Youngest Daughter of the Prophet

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A woman in today's society is not free from scrutiny about how she meant to dress, behave, or appear in public. The public eye falls on every woman who strolls within its purview and its perception is often one that is rigid and judgmental. Physical beauty essentially becomes the talk of the season, every season, as the definition of physical ...

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Feeling Unwelcome at Mosques, 2 Women Start Their Own in L.A.

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Zaiba Omar, left, and Hasna Maznavi, right, hang banners for the Women's Mosque of America’s first service this week. PHOTO: STUART PALLEY FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL LOS ANGELES—When Hasna Maznavi would show up to pray at her Southern California mosque, even during off hours, the few men in the main hall would gently point her upstairs to a separate ...

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World Hijab Day (Special Coverage)


On Sunday, February 1, thousands of Muslim and non-Muslim women from around the world will wear hijab to mark what is internationally known as World Hijab Day. The event, planned for the second consecutive year, is aimed to shed light on hijab as a human right for Muslim women. It also serves as a protest call against Islamophobia and targeted ...

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A Perfect Woman (3)

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`A’ishah's character is nowhere best expressed than in her firm and resolute attitude in facing one of the greatest of all trials she ever faced in her life: the false accusation of adultery. When confronted with the situation she became extremely saddened and depressed and yet she never cowered or stooped low. Instead, she firmly stood her ground trusting in ...

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A Perfect Woman (2)


A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) typified the best ideals expressed in the following verse: {Muslim men and women, believing men and women, obedient men and women, truthful men and women, patient men and women, humble men and women, charity-giving men and women, fasting men and fasting women, men who guard their private parts and women who do so, ...

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Hijab in the Bible and Torah By : – Aisha Stacey

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A Christian woman who becomes a nun is said "to take the veil". This is said in reference to her head covering. The literal meaning of hijab is to veil, to cover or to screen.It encompasses more than just a dress code; it is concerned with moral boundaries and respect for woman.It is part of community cohesion and modest behavior. However, the term ...

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From Bollywood to Islam: the story of Murcyleen Peerzada By:- Khurram Rasool

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She used to spend her days getting dolled up with the best of branded, glamorous outfits and makeup. Shopping in the expensive malls was her biggest passion. For this shopaholic (as she would call herself), Dubai was the most preferred shopping destination. But that was till 2012. Born and brought up in Mumbai, house to India’s film industry, Murcyleen Peerzada, ...

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Thai actress Nook Suthida converts to Islam

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Suthida has changed her name to Assieh and is taking courses at a school in Bangkok to learn the Islamic principles, IRNA reported. Nook Suthida said that despite many objections raised by people around her, she finally decided to convert to Islam. She has made the decision after travelling to many countries for finding the most perfect religion. The move ...

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Muslim pageant in Indonesia aims to challenge the status quo

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An eclectic mix of women from around the world will compete in the finale of a pageant exclusively for Muslims in Indonesia on Friday, seen as a riposte to Western beauty contests. The women, who include a doctor and a computer scientist, are set to parade in glittering dresses against the backdrop of world-renowned ancient temples for the contest in ...

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