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    Influential Muslim Women

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    If we can try to devote our lives for the cause of Islam and make changes in the United States, that will be a great duty for us. Works Cited "About Us." Yasmin Mogahed A Life of Submission A Piece of Serenity RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Mar. 2017. Ambreen. "Aisha Bint Abu Bakr." WISE Muslim Women. ASMA Society, 02 Nov. 2010. Web. 12 Mar. 2017. Ansari, Saeed Ahmed, Syed Suleman. Nadvi, and Abdussalam Nadvi. "Hazrat Umme Atiyya." Women Companions of the Holy Prophet and Their Sacred Lives. New Delhi: Islamic Book Service, 2001. N. pag. Print. Lensay. "Zaynab Al-Ghazali." WISE Muslim Women. ASMA Society, 20 July 2011. Web. 12 Mar. 2017. "Linda Sarsour, Executive Director." Arab American Association Of New York. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Mar. 2017. Razali, Nur Z. "7 Facts About Linda Sarsour You Probably Didn't Know." Mvslim. N.p., 17 Sept. 2016. Web. 12 Mar. 2017. "Zaynab Al-Ghazali." Jannah.org. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Mar.…

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    AISHA Negligence Case

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    AISHA’S PHYSICAL INJURY The paradigm case in which a duty is held to arise involves a positive negligent act causing physical injury to person or property. The law often does not find a duty in the case of omissions. However, a special duty arises where occupiers of the land fail, warn or ameliorate risks to those on their land. REASONABLE FORESEEABILITY: To determine if a duty of care arises, it must have been reasonably foreseeable that if the occupier didn’t take steps to ameliorate the…

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    Transcript for RECOUNT ORIENTATION In the town of Northwood, a small petrol station was combusted in a small explosion. Later details revealed that a lit match was thrown in a puddle of gasoline. As the fire spread, it hit the engine of a small car, causing a large explosion. Said explosion resulted in the death of two people: A store clerk who went outside to investigate, and the owner of the car, Aisha Holst. It is believed that the act of arson had been an accident, but later details…

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    Aisha Bint Abu Bakr Essay

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    Aisha bint Abu Bakr – Figure of a Woman Drawn by Men How could one woman be so many different things to so many different people? Here a tool to delegitimize Muslims, there a traitor and an adulteress, over there the most visible of the Mothers of the Believers— Aisha bint Abu Bakr is, with the possible exception of Mohammed himself, the most controversial figure in early Islam. For many in the West, Aisha is just a story of a woman without a name. “Did you know Mohammed had a nine year old…

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    Aisha Bibi is a woman from Afghanistan known all around the world for her famous picture on the cover of the 2010 Time magazine. It showed her face without a nose with a troubling comment on the side, “What happens if we leave Afghanistan” (Baker). The article by Aryn Baker explains, she was beaten and abused by her husband’s family, Aisha Bibi fled to her parents after she could no longer take the abuse. She was then dragged away by a group of men from the Taliban and taken back to her husband.…

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    Dr. Aisha Phoenix from London acknowledges this in her article “Colorism and the Politics of Beauty”: “Many of those disadvantaged by colorism (focus on) trying to climb up the hierarchy through skin whitening and body modifications, rather than rejecting it altogether… some people of color seek to sustain its racist and colorist underpinnings” (Davis, Phoenix, par. 18). Basically, a lot of women of color prefer to try their best to blend into society and its pressures, instead of challenging…

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    Prophet Muhammad's Cloak

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    “people of the cloak.” Similarities abound in regards to the importance of the Prophet Muhammad’s lineage. Hazleton’s version begins with an incident referred to as the Affair of the Necklace. The incident involved Muhammad’s favorite and youngest wife Aisha and a fierce Median warrior who found Aisha alone in the desert and waiting for the return of someone from her caravan. Aisha had not been noticed missing from the caravan, so the warrior escorted her to…

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    The Blue Sweater Essay

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    first grade teacher, Sister Mary Theophane, who once advised her, “’Regardless of what you become’, she said, ‘remember always that to whom much is given, much is expected. God gave you many gifts and it is important that you use them for others as best you can”’ (4). This advice inspires the author to fight for the poor to bring a change in the world. However, she encounters various challenges during her journey. While Novogratz was in Africa to help poor women, she was abused and rejected by…

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    v. Chitvan In March 2010, two college students from different religious communities named Aisha and Chitvan fell in love. They were both aged 19 years old at the time. Over the next few years they decided to get married once they got financially independent. Being citizens of Aryavarta, wherein inter-religious marriages are legal but not socially prevalent, they decided to keep their relationship a secret from their friends and family. The couple decided to approach their families after they…

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    important that when a client such as Aisha walks into a therapist 's office, the counselor must be prepared for the world that they may not be familiar with. They must take on the role of a humanistic counselor who is understanding, unconditional, and accepting of her world and the factors that are impacting her such as family, peer pressure, culture, and religion. Considering that, I would recommend Aisha, to meet…

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