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An exegisis of the ninety-third chapter of the Noble Qur'an by Imam as-Sadi. His exegisis is widely regarded as being amongst the best and most moving for the layman to read.
If we reflect upon the matter we will find that the one supplicating is sincere (and truthful) in his worship and he unites his heart in his supplication. There is nothing which preoccupies him from being earnest in his supplication and this is because he knows that his supplication being answered will definitely be accomplished.
Get on the train of repentance my sister, before it passes by your station. Deeply consider my sister, what is happening today before tomorrow comes. Think, my sister - starting now.
Now that women conceive to be in charge of their own affairs, does this mean that they have reached the pinnacle of gender equality? Has the "new woman" of today overcome the oppression and subjugation of the "bad old days"? Does the liberation of women signal the advent of a new, morally correct world? Has liberation achieved real emancipation and freed women from injustice? The clear answer is no!
Islam has achieved far more for women's emancipation and equality than what many of today's feminists realize. Judging Islam by their own secularized and often atheist standards, many members of the feminist's movement denounce the way of life chosen by Allah for woman and man, without knowing or deeply understanding what they are really criticizing.
"One of the greatest blessings of Islâm is it's admirable success in creating strong, warm, rich and durable bonds of love and brotherhood between man. It is this blessing of love and brotherhood which is the greatest source of sustenance and nourishment for man, but few of us can honestly say that we have experienced true brotherhood."