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Written Versus Not Written Stuff: Muslim Women and Hajj Pilgrimage Part II

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part II: By Papatia Feauxzar Bismillah, First, I would like to expound on some points that my co-author brushed on. The first is about the weight of a woman’s testimony and the second is…

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Written Versus Not Written Stuff: Muslim Women and Hajj Pilgrimage

Originally posted on The Human Lens:
Part I: By Saadia Haq of The Human Lens Within the Muslim community, there has long been the debate over Islam’s gender discrimination and oppressive take on women’s roles. That being said, during the…

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Free Bookmarks at the Dallas Public Library! — A Ducktrinor Mom

Assalamu aleikum! Check out these cool bookmarks! Save, print or pick them up locally! Back Front Back Wassalam, ~A Ducktrinor Mom~ via Free Bookmarks at the Dallas Public Library! — A Ducktrinor Mom

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Of Eid and Last Week

Bismillah, While I was away, this is what you missed: – My son turned 1! Alhamdullilah 🙂 – My mom and many of my compatriots survived the Eid stampede. She was in that group of people that *they* sent to … Continue reading

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