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  • Hawwaa’ (Eve)

    Hawwaa’ And The Story Of Her Creation Allah The Almighty commanded Adam and his wife, may Allah exalt their mention, to reside in Paradise. He mentions this in various verses, Saying (what means): • {And We said, "O Adam, dwell, you and your wife, in Paradise and eat therefrom in [ease and] abundance from wherever you will. But do.. More

  • Umm Moosa: The Woman who Relied upon Allah The Almighty

    Driven out by the screams of a mother whose son was slain, Ayaarkha (Jochebed), the wife of ‘Imraan (Amram), may Allah exalt his mention, opened the door, after the footsteps of Pharaoh’s soldiers died away and their savage bursts of laughter could no longer be heard. She went to her neighbor, who seemed to be more dead than alive, to alleviate.. More

  • Maryam, the Mother of Jesus

    As Muslims, we respect, honor and hold in high esteem Maryam, may Allah exalt her mention, the daughter of Imraan who was a chaste virgin and is the best of the women of the world. The Muslims respect and love her for many reasons, among which are the following: • Allah Almighty praised her and described her as being pure and chaste; Allah Almighty.. More

  • Brilliant Examples from the History of Muslim Women

    Allah The Almighty Says (what means): · {O you who have believed, fear Allah as He should be feared and do not die except as Muslims [in submission to Him].} [Quran 3:102] · {O you who have believed, fear Allah and speak words of appropriate justice. He will [then] amend for you your deeds and forgive you your sins. And whoever obeys.. More

  • Precious Pearls: The Wife of Fir'awn

    O sister, let us sail together on the seas of the Muslim women who enjoy a very great position in the sight of Allah The Almighty, The Creator of the heavens and the earth. Let us sail on these seas and pick up a pearl from each age. As you know, pearls are few, but precious. Let us come to the first pearl, who was honored by her Lord and Creator... More

  • Maryam from birth to puberty

    {…And We made her and her son a sign for the worlds.} [Quran 21:91] The life of the Spirit, Word and Messenger of Allah The Almighty, and the last Prophet to the Children of Israel – ‘Eesa (Jesus) – and his mother Maryam (Mary), the daughter of ‘Imraan, may Allah exalt their mention, consisted of a series of trials. It.. More

  • Features of the character of Haajar (Hagar), the Mother of the Muslims-I

    Hajj was one of the ordinances that were revealed to our great father Ibraaheem (Abraham), may Allah exalt his mention. Some of the Hajj rituals were legislated following the steps of our great mother Haajar, may Allah be pleased with her. Every year, when the Hajj season comes, it brings to our minds memories of the place that had once been deserted.. More

  • Features of the character of Haajar (Hagar), the Mother of the Muslims - II

    Thirdly, Practical Comprehension and Successful Disposal of Affairs All the resources she had were the tree under which she lived, and the well of Zamzam that was the source of water, or we could say the source of life. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {…and we made from water every living thing.}[Quran 21:30] According to today’s.. More

  • Lessons from the unblemished life of Maryam

    Maryam (Mary) the daughter of ‘Imraan (Amram), may Allah exalt her mention, is a bright image of chastity and purity. She guarded her chastity and the result was {…so We blew into [her garment] through Our angel} [Quran 66:12] Why did Allah The Almighty choose her from among all other women? That is because she{…believed in the words.. More

  • The emigrant: Saarah

    Saarah, may Allah exalt her mention, emigrated in the cause of Allah The Almighty with her husband and her husband’s nephew Loote (Loot), may Allah exalt their mention, to Palestine. When there was a terrible drought in Palestine, she traveled with her husband once again to Egypt. Information about them was quickly conveyed to the Pharaoh.. More

  • The great trial of Maryam

    The most significant ordeal that Maryam – the ascetic, devout, celibate worshipper – may Allah exalt her mention, endured was receiving the news from Allah The Almighty that she would beget a child, even though she had no husband. In her own defense, she stated: {How can I have a boy while no man has touched me and I have not been unchaste?"}.. More