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  1. Mufti Menk Lectures

  2. For all of us who haven't experienced the birth situation. What way is better? I was thinking that in a water birth, the water may numb the pain and the baby will be less traumatised than in a hospital. Then again, I could be way off and naive about that. The benefits of a hospital - the pain relief medication & less mess? does that even work or is it a placebo? does it hurt? The reason why I ask is that I've asked for pain relief before by the hospital and they've put a needle attached to the top of my hand and called it a sedative...and the most painful part was that they put that thing through my skin for the entire time. Okay, so the next option is at home birth the most natural way. Of course, this can be dangerous in the case of a C-section...but it's how many women have given birth. Some nurses are really crap so I can't rely on them.
  3. Women's Responsibilities in Islam

    Islam arrived as leadership for all mankind and as a catalyst in the exist of women, transforming their position overnight. The privileges of women, an idea before unheard of – or even consideration about – were being upheld and sheltered. From being just a mere product in the households, wives grow to be a source of self-respect. The Companions saw the Prophet (saws)’s love for his daughters and his warm actions with them and were astonished at the information that it was even probable to illustrate females such love. The Prophet (saws) taught them that there is no dissimilarity in the worth between believers on the foundation of gender. Both take pleasure in the same rights and duties to study and educate. Women have the same duty as men to hold back themselves and others from evil and encourage themselves and others towards good. Islam placed Paradise under their feet when they became mothers; they became the cause why fathers would enter paradise, and also such an essential part of a husband’s faith that without honoring his wife, his faith remained unfinished. It was with this recently acquired status that women soared high and made their distinguishing blot in history, so as to not be left at the back when the greats of Islam were overvalued. More Definite Topics: Click Here Women Role in Islam
  4. Isn't Feminism Ruining Families?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDz9ipJCdgE Agree?
  5. “WOMEN ARE COMPLICATED” or so they say... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSu_31Rrac8 The number one most complicated matter in regards to women is the Fiqh of Women. But it doesn’t have to be. In a step towards empowering Muslim women and uncomplicating matters surrounding them, AlMaghrib Institute is introducing a well-deserved and long-awaited seminar dedicated to the Muslim Woman. COMPLICATED? A-Z of Women’s Modern Fiqh Taught by none other than AlMaghrib’s Vice President, SHAYKH WALEED BASYOUNI A SINGLE-WEEKEND-DEGREE SEMINAR What the course content will cover: 1. Public speaking 2. Socialization and interaction with the community 3. Niqaab and Hijaab 4. Beautification and modesty (hayaa) 5. Character and etiquette 6. Menstruation and purification 7. Leading in Salaah and making the Adhaan 8. Following the Janazah and visiting the graves 9. Zakah and Sadaqah 10. Polygamy, marriage and divorce 11. And many more… Why should a man take this class? 1. Content is related in the MODERN context 2. Key to understanding women and appreciating what they face 3. Handle Fiqh issues in an Islamic and wise way 4. Gain the complete view as a student of knowledge Venue: University of Westminster Little Titchfield Street Campus London W1W 7BY Dates: January 31st, February 1st & 2nd 2014 ENROLL NOW: www.almaghrib.org/london Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/almaghriblondon Follow on Instagram: qabeelatalshams Twitter >>> @qshams
  6. Crossed Boundaries

    I recently came across a blog post over at Mahavalous that I thought was worth a share. It's a good blog, do check it out.
  7. Islamic Feminism

    Topic Questions 1. What is Islamic Feminism? If it's more than one thing (as I'm sure it is), please ID those different branches and their popularity! 2. What is the significance of Islamic Feminism? 3. What does Islamic Feminism mean to you (male/female)? I mean this more than in an 'agree/disagree' way. Edit: A. Feminism is here defined as the advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. However, I think it'll have to take on a different definition in the Islamic context. We'll find out, I guess. B. The scope of this discussion is limited to feminism in Western cultures and is largely focused on theories of Islamic feminism (for example, not political movements, but the underlying ideas that inform them). This thread is not intended for debate, unless that debate is to clarify, objectively, what Islamic feminism is. Topic 3 gives you room to air your opinions, but please engage folks about their opinions outside this thread (the joint will too easily be derailed otherwise). Jazaks in advance. C. Please identify which topic question you're addressing in your post.
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