38 The Review of Religions – Janaury 2007 When I first became interested in Islam, Pardah was the one issue I could not accept. I thought ‘modern day women are...
Are recent events over the veil and the cross threatening the freedom of religion?
The facts behind the ‘Veil’.
The donning of the veil does not deprive Muslim women of their rights and elevated status.
An address to the Lajna Imaillah (ladies organisation) in Tanzania that describes the crucial role that a mother plays in the early development of a child.
Some inspiring accounts from the lives of some of the first female Muslims.
English rendition of a commentary on some verses of the Holy Qur’an. A rejoinder to Orientalists’ criticisms on the treatment of women in Islam
A clear and concise look at Islamic issues considered by many as oppressive but which in fact provide women with much rights and status than any modern day...
A person’s religious beliefs and customs should be given priority over secularism and false prejudice.
A brief synopsis of the principle contributions to the Community’s nascent development by the son promised to the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam.
Keynote address drawing a parallel between Islamic teachings and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
A brief look at how Islam have always provided rights for women long before western cultures introduced them.
33 CHASTITY (Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad) The moral qualities that the true Creator has appointed for the discarding of evil are known by four names in Arabic...
Gist of the address delivered by Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IV to Lajna Imaillah - Ahmadiyya Ladies' Organisation - on August 12, 1989.
Islam and Common Sense