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    Reviewing : Osama Emara

    This pamphlet talks about Hijab and refutes misconceptions about it which raised periodically.

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    Reviewing : Osama Emara

    In this pamphlet we show the status women in Islam and are they liberated or subjugated.

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    This is an article in Tamil shows how Islam preserves the chastity of woman.

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    This pamphlet gives a right image of women in Islam beyond any stereotypes. It shows how Islam sees women through religious obligations, marriage, social roles and her supreme position in Islam. On the contrary, the pamphlet shows how the other religions deal with women.

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    This pamphlet talks about women’s right in Islam such as equal right to knowledge and equal right to choose a spouse. It also shows that the principle of reward and accountability is equal for man and woman in Islam.

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    This pamphlet handles the issue of hijab through some points as: Hijab is obedience, hijab is modesty, hijab is protection, hijab is dignity, hijab is respect and hijab is confidence. It also mentions some issues about hijab in the bible.

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    This pamphlet discusses the issue of the burqu and niqab through some points as: Why people fear the burqu, the right to freedom of religion and expression and types of Islamic dresses. It also refutes some misconceptions about niqab and burqu.

  • English

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    How was the status of the woman in the past? She was a commodity to be bought and sold, disrespected and dishonored. She was sold just like an animal or a piece of furniture; she was forced to get married or to commit adultery. She didn’t inherit or own money; her husband takes over her money if she has some without her permission. Some ignorant cultures went even beyond that, in discussing whether she is a human being with a soul and spirit just as a man! After all this, some societies accuse Islam of persecuting and oppressing women, dealing with her in an injustice way. In this film, we are discussing all this, and the way Islam gave the woman all her rights and protected her.

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    The veil and its meaning in Islam and the Judeo-Christian tradition, as well as a brief look at the Islamic stance towards women.

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    Lecturere : Khalid Yaaseen Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    In this lecture, Khalid Yasin points out the common issues Muslim women have in their daily lives as mothers, wives and women in the community. He gives advice on how to deal with such issues in the light of Qur’an and Sunnah.

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    Lecturere : Khalid Yaaseen Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    A very interesting lecture given by Shaikh Khalid Yasin, in which he talks about ‘Advice to Muslim Women’ in the light of Qur’an and Sunnah.

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    Lecturere : Abdurraheem Green Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    Abdur-Raheem Green talks about an important question that is in the minds and in the tongues of many people. It is a claim, an accusation, in fact it is a slander that is made against the religion of Islam. That Islam oppresses women. Abdur-Raheem demonstrates that this is not only a lie and a slander, but also shows which people, nation and ideology is really responsible for oppressing women. He also looks and defines what the word "oppression" means and what Islam says about it. An educational video about the slander that some tend to promote, "Islam oppresses women." Listen in as you learn about the meaning of "oppression" and rights that are presented by Islam to women.

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    Lecturere : Bilal Philips Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    Question and Answer Session of the lecture "Hijab: A Religious Symbol by Shaikh Bilal Philips".

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    Lecturere : Bilal Philips Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    Hijab is not a cultural practice nor a fashion statement. It is an obligation from Allah upon women for their protection and piety.

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    What is the ruling on a woman travelling without a mahram because her work requires that of her?

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    Is a woman counted as a mahram for a non-related woman when travelling and in other cases, or not?

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    I understand that a woman to travel by herself for the duration of a day and a night without a mahram is haram. However the speed of air travel which takes at most 8 hours. Is it halal for a woman be dropped off at the departing airport by a mahram and picked up at the destination airport by another mahram? The total journey would be at most 10 hours.

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    Author : Faouzi Alghadiri Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    The Muslim Woman’s Dress according to the Qur’an and Sunnah, to some as a subject the Muslim women’s dress may sound trivial. The shari’ah, however, assigns it moral, social, and legal dimensions. One basic requirement to be a true believer according to the Qur’an is to make one’s opinions, feelings, and inclinations subservient to whatever Allah and his Messenger decided.

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    This book talks about the value of the obligation of hijab and to beware of display and unveiling, the characteristics of the Hijab are discussed, bringing the glad tidings promised (by Allah) to those women adhering to it. It also points out the danger of dazzling displays of ornaments and beauty as well as the terrible repercussions in this life and in the hereafter.

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    Lecturere : Abdurraheem Green Reviewing : Muhammad AbdulRaoof

    Abdur Rahim Green talks about Women in Islam - Liberated or Subjugated?

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