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Hayaa’ under attack

Shyness in these times is considered a weakness. Why is hayaa’ no longer treasured by us? By Fathima, Ajman, UAE For a girl, I think the most prized possession she owns after Islam is her hayaa, her dignity, and her repute. I’ll say this again and again – if a girl is in the right frame of mind, the most ... Read More »

The keepers of tomorrow

The life of a Muslim is driven by purpose and resolution. Are we ready to be the Keepers of tomorrow? By Neda Shams Dammam, Saudi Arabia We cannot eliminate wrong until we propagate right. “And let there be [arising] from you a nation inviting to [all that is] good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong, and those ... Read More »

How Hijab Shapes Our Personality

What is the purpose of Hijab? Is it just a headscarf? By Aysha Abrar Sharjah, UAE Think for a moment about your beauty. How beautifully has Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) created you. Allahumma barak laki! He has created you in the most perfect manner and He has protected you with the veil. Hijab, in essence, is the complete behaviour of a ... Read More »

Why do we give so much importance to sons-in-law?

The subcontinent culture seems to give unnecessary honour to this relationship. By Ismath Khatoon Dubai, UAE During my recent visit to India, I happened to visit a sister at her parent’s house; she had come with her husband. Her husband — with a long beard — appeared to be a knowledgeable and practicing Muslim. But he stayed outside the house ... Read More »