Human Rights · Iran · Islamic Republic of Iran · Politics · Women and Islam

Iran’s Supreme Leader, did he really say that?

Faulty information alert on an Iranian Leader published in The Independent, with the following misleading title: “Iran’s Supreme Leader claims gender equality is ‘Zionist plot’ aiming to corrupt role of women in society.”‘ I don’t often defend world leaders, but when I do it is because I know and research them well-enough: reading and watching… Continue reading Iran’s Supreme Leader, did he really say that?

Breast Feeding · Chador · Golestan, Iran · Health · Human Rights · Iran · Islam · Islamic Republic of Iran · mental health · Politics · Religion · The Middle East · Uncategorized · Women and Islam

Breastfeeding USA vs. Iran: Legal Rights, Social behaviors, and Support of Nursing Mothers: by Antonia Mosqueda

*These issues, as I have learned, will not be touched by some Muslims who have adopted the ideology that breastfeeding is somehow “taboo”; although, Quran mentions breastfeeding, prolonged practice of it, and has nothing negative to say on it. Most well educated human scientists, mothers, and medical doctors agree that breast milk is the best… Continue reading Breastfeeding USA vs. Iran: Legal Rights, Social behaviors, and Support of Nursing Mothers: by Antonia Mosqueda

Health · Human Rights · Islam · Politics · Religion · Spiritualism · Uncategorized · Women and Islam

10 ways to make the world better by making yourself better

Many of good folk are not as oblivious to the heart-wrenching cycle of suffering that plagues our beautiful Earth–at least not how some people make them out to be. Often, do people not brag, nor do they put on display all their acts of charity; especially, us Muslims, as there are Quranic reminders for us… Continue reading 10 ways to make the world better by making yourself better

Golestan, Iran · Human Rights · Iran · Iraq · ISIS · Islam · Islamic Republic of Iran · Politics · Religion · Spiritualism · The Middle East · Uncategorized

The Emergence of the Viral Hashtag #AlSaudHijacksHajj

After the Iranian Supreme Leader’s speech, titled Ayatollah Khamenei’s Hajj Message 2016 {I will post it here in case anyone cares to read an Enlgish translation.} calling out the Saudi government for their reckless endangerment of pilgrims–who take part in the annual Hajj–the Islamic community has jumped on the Iranian Leader’s bandwagon by creating the… Continue reading The Emergence of the Viral Hashtag #AlSaudHijacksHajj

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Prison Break; Who are the Iranian Captives USA Released in the Recent Swap with Iran?

Prison Break;  Who are the seven Iranian captives USA released in the recent swap with Iran? USA released and dropped the charges of seven unjustly detained Iranians from prison this week, in cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran due to a prisoner swap that was part of the Nuclear Deal. In exchange, Iran released… Continue reading Prison Break; Who are the Iranian Captives USA Released in the Recent Swap with Iran?

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Imam Musa al Sadr update!

Imam Musa al Sadr update! This is some interesting news, especially for admirers of Imam Musa al Sadr. This week Hannibal Gaddafi son of the late Moammar Gaddafi was held briefly by militants in Lebanon. Hannibal was questioned on the whereabouts of long time missing Shi’a Muslim cleric Imam Musa al Sadr. Musa al Sadr… Continue reading Imam Musa al Sadr update!

Islam · Politics · Religion · Uncategorized · Women and Islam

Who Should Muslims Vote for in USA?

I saw a post urging Muslims to vote for Clinton. Yikes! I excuse the ignorance of anyone who thinks that any of the presidential hopefuls in USA will somehow benefit Muslims or those suffering in the Middle East. How soon people forget Clinton’s formidable roles in Libya, Syria, Egypt and elsewhere as she was an… Continue reading Who Should Muslims Vote for in USA?