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Last Modified:  12 Aug 2011 01:31  GMT

When Islam started most people took a hostile attitude to it, because they realized that it involved a total change of their way of life. People normally dislike radical changes of what they are used to and what they are familiar with. Yet people accept a total change if they are convinced that it will give them something better. The early Muslims felt that they were taking a highly unfamiliar road, but they realized that it led them to real happiness. Some of them had a special introduction to ...



Last Modified:  05 Aug 2011 01:31  GMT

She came to the Prophet (peace be upon him) when he was sitting with a group of his men companions. She said: “Messenger of God, I am sent by a group of Muslim women and we all share the same view and have the same concern. God has sent you to both men and women. We believe in you and follow you. Yet we, women, have to stay at home. We are the object of men's desire and we bear their children. Nevertheless, men have privileges, such as the obligatory Friday prayer, attending funerals and going ...



Last Modified:  08 Jul 2011 01:31  GMT

Bringing up children with proper care is the primary duty of Muslim parents. Parents should not distinguish in a discriminatory manner between their male and female children when bringing them up. However, the fact remains that girls in many Muslim communities are the victims of their parents' bias against them.



Last Modified:  01 Jul 2011 01:31  GMT

By ARAB NEWS Published: Jun 30, 2011 22:48 Updated: Jun 30, 2011 22:48 Bringing up children with proper care is the primary duty of Muslim parents. Parents should not distinguish in a discriminatory manner between their male and female children when bringing them up. However, the fact remains that girls in many Muslim communities are the victims of their parents' bias against them.



Last Modified:  12 Jun 2011 12:29  GMT

Hamnah belonged to a Makkan family with many members who were among the early companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him). Her mother was Umaymah bint Abd Al-Muttalib, the Prophet's (peace be upon him) aunt, and her sister Zaynab was his wife whom he married by God's order.




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