Added on January 1, 2014 | 5 Comments »
Topics: Community, Family, Gender Relations, Marriage
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Is this legal? I just checked the ris site and its not up there. Just making sure….inshallah it is.
how can i download video of this lecture from pakistan? Youtube is blocked and we are using differend proxy sites to serve the purpose but many important islamic videos are either removed from youtube or, are not being properly streamed. Kindly upload these videos on vimeo just like TDR have their website on vimeo so that people who cannot access youtube can benefit from islamic lectures.
If you have the link of the youtube video you can extract the audio from it
Just use the following sites:
Mahmoud B. JAZAKALLAHU KHAYRAN for info
I can appreciate that you felt compelled to speak to matrimonial issues as they relate to the Indo Pak culture, but the issue of color is a LOT more pervasive than you let on. And, it is not simply a matter of ethnicity.
As a dark-skinned African-American Muslimah, I am appalled to find that more often than not sisters of my description are overlooked (as marriage prospects) for women who are closer to the caucasian complexion. Rarely is any consideration given to whether the lighter skinned woman is strong in her iman and in some cases she may not even be Muslim! I thank Allah (swt) that I do not suffer from racial biases. I am open to marrying any brother who demonstrates that he truly loves Allah regardless of his skin color, national origin, tribal affiliation, etc.
The fact that racism is practiced among Muslims is a serious matter which needs to be addressed– community wide!