Head-Coverings in the Bible: Why Christian women ignore this and Criticize Muslim women?

Many Christian women have been criticizing Muslim women for years because of wearing a head-covering and even go as far as calling us ‘oppressed’ by our husbands or families. Not even taking into consideration that we are doing this out of our own ‘free will’. I am not saying that all women or even all… Continue reading Head-Coverings in the Bible: Why Christian women ignore this and Criticize Muslim women?

Kind treatment towards Partents and Establishment of the ties of Blood Relationships

Allâh (Subhânau wa Ta’âla) tell us to be kind to our parents. Even if they are Non-Muslims they still deserve our respect and honor. Allâh (Subhânau wa Ta’âla) tells us in the Qur’an: “Worship Allâh and join none with Him (in worship); and do good to parents, kinsfolk, orphands, Al-Masâkin (the poor), the neighbor who… Continue reading Kind treatment towards Partents and Establishment of the ties of Blood Relationships

Unveiling Oppression

Unveiling Oppression -by Kathy Chin I walked down the street in my long white dress and inch-long black hair one afternoon, and truck drivers whistled obscenities at me. I felt defeated. I had just stepped out of a hair salon. I had my hair cut short, telling the hairdresser to trim it as she would… Continue reading Unveiling Oppression

♥ Muslims Sisters of Hampton Roads, Virginia ♥

It is Sisterhood-Love for the sake of Allâh that binds us… “…And lower your wing for the believers (be courteous to the fellow-believers)” (Al-Hijr 15:88),

Arabic/Islamic Phrases for Everyday Use

Arabic/Islamic Phrases for Everyday Use When You Meet a Muslim As-Salamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu (May The One True God’s Peace and Blessing Be Upon You) When a Muslim Greets You First Wa ‘Alaikum us-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu (and MayThe One True God’s Peace and Blessings Be Upon You) When Starting To Do… Continue reading Arabic/Islamic Phrases for Everyday Use

ArE YoU pLeAsEd?

ArE YoU pLeAsEd? This is a story about a young woman who gave birth to a round faced, bright-eyed boy three decades ago. The bigger the boy grew, the more mischievous he became. These small bundles of mischief are miracles of Allah (Subhânau wa Ta’âla) – we wonder in amazement how they take on risks… Continue reading ArE YoU pLeAsEd?