Man is naturally gregarious and sociable; he needs friends and friendships entail visiting one another. When there are visits between families, we should block the path of evil by not mixing. One of the indications that mixing is haraam is the aayah (interpretation of the meaning): “And when you ask his wives) for anything you want, ask them from behind a screen, that is purer for your hearts and for their hearts”...
One of the most important responsibility towards this trust, is undoubtedly choosing a righteous husband for her which is one of the greatest means by which a father may protect his daughter, because marriage is a major move in a person’s life towards peace, tranquility and happiness, so it is essential to make the right choice in order to achieve these hopes.
“The grass is no more greener on the other side” married women often tell their single sisters. Whilst women will forever debate the pros and cons of married life, one thing is clear; although marriage is not all a happily ever after fairytale, there is nothing desirable about prolonged singlehood.
… During their holidays, all they do is drink and go to a night club. That’s there lifestyle. Can you imagine doing that everyday?
Nowadays Hijab is simply a form of fashion, just a simple cloth that covers part of the hair, accompanied by wearing of tight pants, mixing etc
Koran is not at all anti-women as people often think.
Christians often think they r more tolerant 2wards women.
But Bible can be worse on that point.