Kindness between spouses as a reflection of faith.
The veil and its meaning in Islam and the Judeo-Christian tradition, as well as a brief look at the Islamic stance towards women. Part 1: The concept of veiling in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
The veil and its meaning in Islam and the Judeo-Christian tradition, as well as a brief look at the Islamic stance towards women. Part 2: Women in relation to sex, education, and the original sin in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
The veil and its meaning in Islam and the Judeo-Christian tradition, as well as a brief look at the Islamic stance towards women. Part 3: Status of women in some Muslim countries, why ‘free’ Western women are turning to Islam, and a brief look at some of the rights Islam granted to women.
A glimpse of the concept of polygamy in Islam.
Some of the reasons why polygamy has been allowed in Islam, from population statistics to the physical nature of humans.
An exposition on the hypocritical and ethnocentric Western attitude on polygamy.
The history of polygamy and its legal status in the religions of Judaism and Christianity.
Polygamy in Islam in comparison with other religions and modern society. Part 1: Polygamy in history and modern Western society.
Polygamy in Islam in comparison with other religions and modern society. Part 2: Polygamy in Islam.
The various civil, social, political and economic rights which have been given to women in Islam.
The complimentary roles of husbands and wives in Islam.
The evolution of western attitude towards women: Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian tradition.
The various types of female genital cutting (FGC), its geography, and the different reasons it was performed in various societies.
A discussion of the notion that female “sunnah” circumcision, or Type I FGC, has an Islamic basis.
To be treated equally, or justice, does not always mean that each is the same. This article sheds some light on the differences between men and women found by modern science, and how these results reflect the way justice is met to each of the two sexes in various realms of modern day life.
Spiritual equality of men and women as mentioned in the Quran, and a glance at the differences between the genders in other aspects of life.
Islam gives members of other faiths the right to practice their faiths. A historical analysis of Islamic principle of ‘No compulsion in religion.’ Part 2.
A Muslim woman explains why she has chosen to wear the Hijab, not out of repression, but liberation.
Henry Makow, the inventor of the board game Scruples, and the author of A Long Way to go for a Date, gives his views on the Burka (Hijab) vs. the Bikini.
An article published in The Times about the rise of Islam in the UK, and why most of those who convert are women.
Taken from a lecture that was given at McGill University in Canada on how Islam elevated the status of women. Part One: An explanation of the fundamental difference in world views between the West and Islam in regards to women, and a glimpse of Greek and Early Christian views on women.
A university lecture on how Islam elevated the status of women. Part Two: The stance taken by the West today as reaction to previous view, and the Islamic world view concerning women.
A university lecture on how Islam elevated the status of women. Part Three: The difference between Islamic and Western World Views, and a glimpse of some of the rights granted to women 1400 years ago by Islam.
A university lecture on how Islam elevated the status of women. Part Four: Although, men and women, both in their humanity and spirituality, Islam teaches that they are different in their roles in life.
A university lecture on how Islam elevated the status of women. Part Four: How Islam saved the status of women.
An alternative look at becoming a Supermom.
How Islam truly liberates women.
The status of woman and gender equity in Islam.
The social, legal and political aspect of women in Islam.
Even in the face of adversity Muslim women choose to obey God.
The real status of women in Islam.
A marriage option with a long and valid history.
Mary (Mariam) the daughter of Imran and the mother of Jesus.
Assiya, the foster mother of Moses and the wife of Pharaoh.
Khadijah, the wife of Prophet Muhammed, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him.
Fatimah, the daughter of Prophet Muhammad.
A brief reminder of the place of women in Islam followed by several short biographies of women scholars.
More short biographies of women scholars in Islam.
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