Have we really forgotten ourselves? If your answer is yes then start this journey of knowing thyself! A thought provoking article by Arsh Islam.
Shame upon those men who oppress their wives. Giving preference to your friends over your wife is oppression. Screaming and yelling at your wife is oppression. Coming home late each night or coming to bed late each night without a valid excuse is oppression. Wasting time on
Today the most talked about section in the outside world is Muslim Women. How according to many they are repressed and oppressed and me being a women obviously completely and in all respect reject this opinion.
When you are frustrated then you are often somewhere in the future in your mind. Somewhere you wish you would be. Or you are reliving a stumble or failure from your past.
Snap out of those headspaces and calm down by focusing your mind and attention on what is now, right here at this moment.
Twenty-two-year-old Joni Clarke, resident of southeast London, has decided to raise awareness of the abuse and discrimination that Muslim women face by making a short film. The film, My Freedom, My Right, features Clarke reciting a poem that recalls comments made to her because of her niqab.
Whoever eats little will understand and make others understand and will be clear and humble. Overeating weighs a person down and keeps him from much of what he wants [to accomplish].
Yun To Syed Bhi Ho, Mirza Bhi Ho, Afghan Bhi Ho Tum Sabhi Kuch Ho, Batao To Musalman Bhi Ho! These lines of Allama Iqbal are invigorating enough to rock the foundations of uncorroborated casteism and naive sectarianism prevalent among the Muslims. According to Allama,
The church of Santa Maria della Misericordia in Venice has been transformed into a Masjid as part of the Venice Biennale, the world’s most high-profile showcase of contemporary art. Christoph Büchel, Iceland’s entry to the art exhibition, “The Mosque”, seeks to challenge attitudes towards Islam.