Parents are under the delusion that if they managed to commit to forced-arranged relationships, maybe our kids will too. You hear it countless times, "We also did it. I did not even see your mother or father until the day of the wedding and look at us now."
Girls are ingrained to take care of their homes and children. Whether there are in laws or not. Having in laws does not guarantee that a daughter in law will only then , under their supervision and training will become a good wife and a home maker. T...
In my perspective. We don't say this enough. We need to reiterate ourselves all the time especially when it comes to the basic stuff. I call it A.S.A.P- Awareness, Safety, Assurance, and Protection. As a parent myself, I understand ...
Peace Be Upon You Readers, Sex is such a taboo subject in our homes and society whereas in the Quran it is openly discussed. The do's and don'ts have been explained, and the religious implications are all there in black and white. When there is no communication gap between God and us, then why the... Continue Reading →
In my previous post, I tried to raise some questions about the dilemma we face concerning rape and increasing sexual assaults in our society . Now it's time to explore why it's happening. To solve any problem, we must unfold the mystery of what happens at the grass root level. We need to uncover why men behave... Continue Reading →
The world faces an unsolvable dilemma concerning rape and molestation crimes that are on the rise with no effective solutions to curb or control the problem. What do we do? How do we protect our children? How can women defend themselves? What ways should we use to educate our population? Every year unfortunate cases emerge,... Continue Reading →
"Oh My Lord! Open my chest. And ease my task for me. Remove the impediment from my speech so that they may understand what I say" (20:25-28) I went to a popular Islamic bookstore in Toronto today to find a specific type of Quran for my son. The owner of the store was an old... Continue Reading →
When a child is born, they can’t see, so they recognize their caregivers through the sense of smell, and as soon as their eyesight gets better, they associate that smell to a face. When they start to speak, they associate that face with a name.