July 27, 2013

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July 27, 2013
"You can’t go far in life if you’re always turning around to see what others think of you. Be sincere, be brave, and be yourself!"

Yasir Qadhi
(via islamic-art-and-quotes)

(via yume-oibito)

July 27, 2013
"The Prophet (saws) masjid didn’t have a barrier either; the Sunnah is to actually not have a barrier. If only people knew! I think once people do their research and mature a bit, things like this won’t be an issue. Of course the separation of genders (out of modesty) should be maintained. But a barrier isn’t necessary for that. People just need to further their Islamic education and be a bit more practical Insha’Allah."

— Muhamed Samateh (via sideentrance)

July 27, 2013
zarlasht:

Absolutely LOVE this. Had to share it yet again. 

zarlasht:

Absolutely LOVE this. Had to share it yet again. 

(via yume-oibito)

July 22, 2013
"Segregation of women in masajid today, partnered with the creation of “women’s sections” is just a work-around to the pesky “do not prevent women from attending the masjid” rule. In actuality when women are praying in these little boxes, behind curtains, and in closets, they cannot see the imam; in some cases cannot hear him; and there is debate whether they are, from a fiqh perspective, even part of the congregation."

July 21, 2013
sideentrance:

"Closet-sized women’s prayer space in downtown Toronto (I have no idea how large the men’s space was for comparison)." Photo submitted by Kate Bridges-Lyman

sideentrance:

"Closet-sized women’s prayer space in downtown Toronto (I have no idea how large the men’s space was for comparison)." Photo submitted by Kate Bridges-Lyman

July 21, 2013
"If they respect you, respect them. If they disrespect you, still respect them. Do not allow the actions of others to decrease your good manners, because you represent yourself, not others."

— Mohammad Zeyara   (via universeobserver)

(Source: quranicquotes, via thebeautyofislam)

July 21, 2013

sideentrance:

"Women and men listen to a lecture and pray in the same space at Alqueria de Rosales - Puebla de Don Fadrique in Spain." Photos submitted by Laura Mora

July 20, 2013
"I want to express that not only are these masjid unequal for women, but they are especially inaccessible for old and physically disabled women that can’t go to a second floor balcony or basement. They are indeed mostly designed for healthy Muslim males. Thank you for this! I will post some pictures too, to collaborate in this effort to showcase the beautiful and the pathetic."

— Dania Suleman (via sideentrance)

July 20, 2013
"If women can’t enter, it doesn’t count as a masjid."

— Rashid Patch (via sideentrance)

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