The best of you are those who are best to women. These are well-known words of Prophet Muhammad. So how come there are so many myths about women in Islam. Here we refute six famous myths...
Women in Islam
How can Muslim women keep a balance between home and work? What are the cons of always staying at home? Can we reach a win-win situation? How can we help save the institution of marriage?
Are women inferior to men? Are they equal? What does the Quran say about Adam and Eve? And how, in general, do we understand the right balance between men and women in Islam?
Is one gender better than the other in any way? Do men ‘have it easier’ in this world just because they are superior in strength? Can women not make credible and praiseworthy achievements?
The hijab is cited as an example of the “subjugation” of women under Islamic law. What is it all about? Why are Muslim women still wearing it? How can a piece of cloth attract so much attention?
She had no attachment to this life. Asya's story begins in Egypt where she lived with her husband, Pharaoh, known as the greatest tyrant of all time. After being told by a fortune teller that he would
She was a mother. And like all mothers, she adored her child. But he was a baby boy born at a time when boys were not allowed to live. She was faced with the horror inflicted by the tyrant, Pharaoh...
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