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11
Sep
2012
I found this very inspirational post on the vital role of women in the Ummah. Women have a great responsibililty and a vital role to play...if only we realised and appreciated the great status Islam has bestowed upon us!

A Woman’s Role In The Ummah

Sisters, your role in society is like the role of the archers in the battle of Uhud. They were not at the forefront or in the thick of the action, BUT they held the most important position. They guarded the army. If they....
posted by ummi taalib on 11th September 2012 - 0 comments
8
Mar
2011
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Let the Hereafter be your objective, your goal. Who says women cannot attain knowledge or excel in worship? There are examples of great women from the time of the Sahaabiyaat and through the ages where women have excelled in knowledge, worship and spirituality. So make the Aakhirah your objective in whatever you pursue, be it knowledge, worship, rectification etc and even in fulfilling your duties to your husband, children, in ....
posted by ummi taalib on 8th March 2011 - 0 comments
28
Feb
2011
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A story about the mother of Imam Ghazali and his brother....

Being an Imam of the masjid, the great Imam once complained to his mother that his brother, Ahmed, did not perform salaat behind him. She in turn reprimanded the younger son and he therefore began attending jamaa’at at the masjid.

During this time Imam Ghazali was occupied with writing a book on Fiqh and had reached Kitaabul Haydh (menstruat....
posted by ummi taalib on 28th February 2011 - 1 comment
20
Jun
2010
“ STOP COMPLAINING WOMAN ! ”

Sisters, we all know that women are said to be always complaining, never satisfied with anything and never being appreciative. Perhaps we should ask ourselves why we are labelled as “complaining ungrateful women”? They say that there is no smoke without fire, so perhaps there is a grain of truth in this statement.

Everyone knows the story of the very pious saint who was seen flying by everyone including his wife, who thought it was som....
posted by ummi taalib on 20th June 2010 - 0 comments
16
Jun
2010
A LETTER TO MY SISTER-IN-ISLĂM

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The letter has been written by a sister who preferred to remain anonymous. Sharing her experiences of wearing hijăb and the delight it brought, she has sought to encourage other sisters to do the same.
We hope that this letter will become instrumental in bringing about the desired change in the lives of our mothers and sisters.

My dear sister-in-Islăm, <....
posted by ummi taalib on 16th June 2010 - 0 comments