In most traditional societies, a woman is generally and most commonly seen as a mother and wife. Her value, status and reputation are often defined by marital affiliation, family ties and motherhood.
Graduation rates for immigrant Muslim youth are half that of their French counterparts, and unemployment rates for immigrant Muslims between the ages of 15 and 29 are twice as high than that for Frenc
Muslim women at the time of Prophet Muhammad were financially secure and empowered, yet they downplayed their affluence. They did not need fancy job titles or a bunch of “Yes-Ma’am”-saying subor
I have no other intention of writing this letter but to tell you that you are being lied to in the wickedest of ways.
Ask the Counselor service published a question from a young lady who feels hurt and humiliated because she loved a Muslim man but he wouldn't fulfill his promise to marry her. She thinks he didn't res
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Most experts agree that the key to a successful and loving marriage is hard work, commitment and constant re-evaluation of our expectations and how we communicate. Sounds easy enough, but in reality,
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