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Women can do Dawah better than some men

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Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby Suleiman117 » Wed Feb 26, 2014 11:14 am

A lot of Muslims discount the ability of the female as a leader, and that is a shame. The woman who taught me about Islam is Somali, and her name is Fatouma. I was raised in Catholic household, like most Haitians, and had questions about the nature of God, and the Messengers He used to communicate with mankind. Fatouma answered my questions, and I learned about Islam from her. Today, I embrace the faith under the name Suleiman. My first name is Salomon, named after the prophet and former king. What do you think of a Muslim sister's ability to spread the faith in her unique way ?

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby Caesar » Wed Feb 26, 2014 7:45 pm

I think women are a major part of Islam and can spread dawah, they call Aisha mother of the believers :thumbsup:

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby GeoSeven » Wed Feb 26, 2014 8:19 pm

Hello Saloman *Cough cough...multinicker*, nice to meet you.

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby ManD333q » Wed Feb 26, 2014 8:23 pm

"women spreading dawah" has a slightly different meaning on these ends. Alot of assumtion would be thrown around..

anyway wlc to Somalinet.. if you are new that is :up:

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby Suleiman117 » Thu Feb 27, 2014 12:19 pm

I am new, brother, and thank you. When someone has faith in God and the talent for speaking the Word, the person should do it regardless of gender. Many women are more religious and outspoken than certain men.

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby zulaika » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:58 pm

A lot of Muslims discount the ability of the female as a leader, and that is a shame. The woman who taught me about Islam is Somali, and her name is Fatouma. I was raised in Catholic household, like most Haitians, and had questions about the nature of God, and the Messengers He used to communicate with mankind. Fatouma answered my questions, and I learned about Islam from her. Today, I embrace the faith under the name Suleiman. My first name is Salomon, named after the prophet and former king. What do you think of a Muslim sister's ability to spread the faith in her unique way ?
Islam does not hinder a woman's ability learn and and teach knowledge, clearly you're a proof of this and should further reaffirm your confidence in the equal ability of both men and women to transmit knowledge, the only competition between men and women in matters faith should be toward pleasing Allah,

Allah and his messenger know best!

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby Suleiman117 » Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:57 pm

A lot of Muslims discount the ability of the female as a leader, and that is a shame. The woman who taught me about Islam is Somali, and her name is Fatouma. I was raised in Catholic household, like most Haitians, and had questions about the nature of God, and the Messengers He used to communicate with mankind. Fatouma answered my questions, and I learned about Islam from her. Today, I embrace the faith under the name Suleiman. My first name is Salomon, named after the prophet and former king. What do you think of a Muslim sister's ability to spread the faith in her unique way ?
Islam does not hinder a woman's ability learn and and teach knowledge, clearly you're a proof of this and should further reaffirm your confidence in the equal ability of both men and women to transmit knowledge, the only competition between men and women in matters faith should be toward pleasing Allah,

Allah and his messenger know best!

I agree with you FULLY on that. :D

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby Lillaahiya » Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:57 pm

Dawah you say :MJ:

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby Based » Sat Mar 01, 2014 12:55 am

"Spreading" the faith :MJ:

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby Grant » Sat Mar 01, 2014 6:37 am

:lol:

Cut him some slack. There's only two niks in this one.

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Re: Women can do Dawah better than some men

Postby Suleiman117 » Sat Mar 01, 2014 3:36 pm

Sarcasm....hmmm...pfft.


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