Monthly Archives: December 2010


My Body is My Own Businessby Naheed Mustafa

MULTICULTURAL VOICES: A Canadian-born Muslim woman has taken to wearing the traditional hijab scarf. It tends to make people see her as either a terrorist or a symbol of oppressed womanhood, but she finds the experience LIBERATING. The Globe and Mail Tuesday, June 29, 1993 Facts and Arguments Page (A26) HEADLINE: MY BODY IS MY [...]

Why Hijab ??

1)     Modest Clothing2)     Hijab and the West3)     My body is my own business4)     Let’s see what the science says about Hijab5)     Some facts of AmericaModest ClothingMany non-Muslims feel sorry for any Muslim women they see adorned in their modest clothing. They feel that they are deprived the freedom to roam around in more scant and [...]

Wishing for death ?

Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah said:Whoever thinks that a person who has committed sin and then repents will be lacking is making a great mistake, for the condemnation and punishment that may befall the sinner do not affect the one who repents from sin at all. If he hastens to repent from sin then nothing will [...]

Is Differing a Rahmah? What Should We be United upon? September 28, 2007Is Differing a Rahmah? What Should We be United upon?Filed under: General and Methodology at 7:32 pmAn important session considering that we live in a era of multiple groups and parties, all claiming to be upon the Sunnah, some upon separate paths, others supposedly cooperating in the name of ‘unity’ yet completely [...]

When the Salaf Would Wish For Death…

1 - Prophet Yusuf said: {"...cause me to die as a Muslim, and join me with the righteous."} [Yusuf; 101] Qatadah said, commenting on this verse: "When his possessions were many, and his eye had been cooled, and he was engulfed in the worldly pleasures and delights, he longed to be joined with the righteous [...]