#‎Foxnews‬ listen to what the ‪#‎Muslim‬ ‪#‎Women‬ are saying about ‪#‎Islam‬.


#‎Foxnews‬ listen to what the ‪#‎Muslim‬ ‪#‎Women‬ are saying about ‪#‎Islam‬.

“I am a revert Muslim and I wanna say Islam has liberated me in so many ways…One thing is about how Muslims women properly dressed themselves. I feel protected from the wild eyes and mind of men” Ayesha Muslimah

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What women are saying about islam?


What women are saying:
I converted to Islam two years ago and the reason I did is because I was looking for the peace and happiness that I could never find in parting, and wasting time watching tv and following my desires, also I was tired of being looked at as a peace of meet from the opposite gender, I wanted to be looked at with respect and seriousness.

I stared my search in the bible but I found many contradictions and the fact that the bible prohibits alcohol and pork I was raised believing it was right. One day I prayed to God to guide me to the right way and I found Islam, praise to Allah(God) I found how wonderful women in Islam are treated despite what the media tells us, it didn’t make sense because I live in a NJ, a very populated muslim community and I didn’t see oppression among them, also the righteous behavior incredibly patience and the way of worship to the one God make me fall in love with it, I said to my self ” this is it, all I have been looking for” and after reading the Quran my heart opened up and I saw the truth and it felt like if my soul have been washed that was the peace that I had until today.

Dear FOX NEWS: we muslim women choose to follow Islam it’s teachings and we cover to please our Lord no one else because we will only gain reward from him. And be covering our hair and body we are being respected and not looked at as a piece of meet. As soon as I covered I felt a relieve I was no longer chain to the men desires, I was free and safe under my Hijab. Allahu Akbar ( God is the greatest) and he knows what is best for us.

Thank you for taking your time in reading my story on why and how I entered Islam. Analicia-Younesse Bernaki

I am a feminist and I converted to Islam – CNN


(CNN) — I am a Muslim, but I wasn’t always. I converted to Islam in November 2001, two months after 9/11.
I was 21 and living in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It was a bad time to be a Muslim. But after four years of studying, poking and prodding at world religions and their adherents, I decided to take the plunge.

Questions and answers
I am the product of a Creole Catholic and an Irish atheist. I grew up Catholic, then was agnostic, now I’m Muslim.
My journey to Islam began when I was about 15 years old in Mass and had questions about my faith. The answers from teachers and clergymen — don’t worry your pretty little head about it — didn’t satisfy me.

So I did what any red-blooded American would do: the opposite. I worried about it. For many years. I questioned the nature of religion, man and the universe.

After questioning everything I was taught to be true and digging through rhetoric, history and dogma, I found out about this strange thing called Islam. I learned that Islam is neither a culture nor a cult, nor could it be represented by one part of the world. I came to realize Islam is a world religion that teaches tolerance, justice and honor and promotes patience, modesty and balance.

As I studied the faith, I was surprised many of the tenants resonated with me. I was pleased to find that Islam teaches its adherents to honor all prophets, from Moses to Jesus to Mohammed, all of whom taught mankind to worship one God and to conduct ourselves with higher purpose.

I was drawn to Islam’s appeal to intellect and heartened by the prophet Mohammed’s quote, “The acquisition of knowledge is compulsory for every Muslim, whether male or female.”
I was astounded that science and rationality were embraced by Muslim thinkers such as Al-Khawarizmi, who invented algebra; Ibn Firnas, who developed the mechanics of flight before Leonardo DaVinci; and Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi, who is the father of modern surgery.
Here was a religion telling me to seek out answers and use my intellect to question the world around me.
Taking the plunge
It was 2001, and I had been putting off converting for a while. I feared what people would think but was utterly miserable. When 9/11 happened, the actions of the hijackers horrified me. But in its aftermath, I spent most of my time defending Muslims and their religion to people who were all too eager to paint a group of 1.6 billion people with one brush because of the actions of a few.

I was done being held hostage by the opinions of others. In defending Islam, I got over my fear and decided to join my brothers and sisters in the faith I believed in.

My family did not understand, but it wasn’t a surprise to them since I had been studying religion. Most were very concerned for my safety. Luckily, most of my friends were cool about it, and even curious to learn more.
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The Importance of Training Righteous Children in Islam


The Importance and Methodology of Tarbiyah  (Education & Upbringing)

by Shaikh Ahmed Aways

Tarbiyah in Islam is very important, for indeed all of the Deen is based upon tarbiyah (i.e. the education and upbringing of the people). This starts first of all with the education and training of our own selves, then of our families, and then of the community at large. But this tarbiyah is most important with respect to our children, so that they are brought up upon the correct path of Islam. Because of this, many of the scholars take care in discussing this aspect of tarbiyah more so than the others.

After the benefit of al-Islam and our very creation, from the best of benefits is that of having children. We see their benefits both in this world and after we have passed to the next. As for the benefits in this world – when a person becomes old and unable to earn a livelihood, all of his friends and companions leave him alone and it is his children who look after and care for him, bearing his problems and burdens. As for after his death, then a person benefits from his children as the Prophet said: “When the son of Adam passes away, all of his deeds are stopped except for three. Some kind of charity that is continuous, or knowledge which the people are benefiting from, or a righteous child who is praying for him.”

Also from the benefits of having children is that if they were to pass away whilst still children, they will intercede for their parents. This is authentically reported from the Prophet , who said: “There is no Muslim individual, male or female, who has three of his children pass away whilst they are young and he is patient with that, except that they will come and intercede for him on the Day of Judgment.” So ‘Umar asked, ‘What about two [children]?’ Upon this the Prophet said, “It is the same for two [children].” (Al-Bazzaar, al-Haakim. Sh. al-Albaanee mentions it in his book, Kitaabul-Janaa-iz) Continue reading “The Importance of Training Righteous Children in Islam”