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Mahram Chart for Women in Islam

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  A woman’s Mahram is a person whom she is never permitted to marry because of their close blood relationship (such as her father, grandfather, great-grandfather, etc., and her son, grandson, great-grandson, etc., her paternal and maternal uncles, her brother, brother’s son and sister’s son), or because because of radaa’ah or breastfeeding (such as the brother and husband of the ...

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Women in Islam

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Islam came to affirm the dignity of women, their full human rights, their eligibility for high rank and status both in this world and in the hereafter. The history of Islam testifies that when the teachings and principles of Islam were properly applied, women were fully empowered and thus wonderful women pioneers emerged, excelling in social work, knowledge, and activism. ...

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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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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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Khadijah Bint Khuwayled: The Pure Woman By ;- Muhammad `Ali Qutb

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The life of Khadijah bint Khuwaylid (may Allah be pleased with her) is a journey of notable wisdom, unlimited giving, and boundless love for Allah and His Messenger. Khadijah had a previous marriage before she married the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him). After her first husband died, she was free, conducting the affairs of her life ...

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A Perfect Woman 1

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`A'ishah, the mother of the faithful, exemplifies the character of a Muslim nurtured from an early age in a pristine Islamic environment. Having been educated by the best of all teachers, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), she serves as a role model for the perfection that Muslims can aspire for and attain. It ...

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Amazed by Muslim Women’s Dress By a Revert Sister


I am an American who grew up in a strict religious Christian family. By the time I was sixteen I became very devout and religious myself. The church was like a home away from home. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I had read and studied the Bible on a regular basis. All the while I was noticing many errors in the ...

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Tasnim Nazeer: A writer for the people By Duvindi Illankoon


Named as one of the most influential Muslims under 40 in the world, British born journalist and author of Sri Lankan heritage Tasnim Nazeer wants to be the voice of those who do good work. Tasnim Nazeer realised the might of the pen while she was in Sri Lanka following the tsunami, covering relief efforts. Being a college student and still ...

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What do you Want me to Wear? By Binth Niwas –


The spread of hate speech and campaign against Muslims is not something novel in history. We have witnessed this happening in our very own Sri Lanka in the recent past, in direct terms as well as in forms of manipulative sugarcoated speech. An important issue that is directed against Muslims is against the dress – Abaya worn by Muslim women. ...

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