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WIFE-BEATING' TO REMIND HER SHE 'MISBEHAVED'
Shiite Imam Bassem Al-Sheraa said in a class he taught at the Az-Zahraa Islamic Center in Detroit, Michigan that when the Quran refers to beating one's wife, it is referring to a beating that does not cause pain and that should be done using a sewak dental twig. He explained that the purpose of the "beating" is to clarify and remind the wife that she has misbehaved, and that it is only to be done when verbal admonishment and forsaking her in bed have been ineffective in getting her to change her ways. Imam Al-Sheraa compared the "beating" to slapping the hand of one's child when he reaches to touch an electrical socket or eat something dangerous. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbUhJVIP1xI
You can’t ban the niqab
France's ban on the niqab has been ruled a violation of human rights, The U.N. Human Rights Committee said on Tuesday. In a landmark ruling the UN moved to support wearers of the full-body Islamic veil and ordered France to repay two French women convicted for wearing niqabs in 2012. The committee said in a statement that France had failed to make the case for its so-called 'burqa ban' and ordered it to review the legislation. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6306593/Frances-ban-body-Islamic-veil-violates-human-rights-U-N-rights-panel.html
Always The Woman Who Prepares A Man For His Wife
Listen here, y'all. If there was ever an article that I need to write for myself as much anyone else, it's this one! That said, I've never been the kind of girl who took weddings lightly. To me, they are sacred. So, just like couples shouldn't enter into them lightly, wedding parties and guests shouldn't either. Attending one should mean you are in agreement with two people coming together and that you're also on board to support the union as best as you can.http://www.xonecole.com/why-youre-always-the-one-who-prepares-a-man-for-his-wife/
Bec Judd and the burn of internet mums
They turned on Bec Judd this week for throwing her kid a birthday party. The mum-of-four’s Instagram snap showed her usually-chic dining room littered with a bunch of pink crap and cupcakes. It looked like, you know, a five-year-old’s birthday party. But the internet mums weren’t having a bar of it, with one branding it “utterly disgusting!”. “What overindulgence for a five year old,” the comment read. “Would probably feed a hundred homeless people for a month. I’m out of here!” Image Credit: Bec Judd Instagram
Millennials the 'burnout generation.' How to cope
A recent article from Buzzfeed examined the phenomenon of burnout in the millennial generation, which includes people currently between the ages of 22 and 38. The author attributed burnout to millennials' upbringings, the economic environment they grew up in, and social media, and the anxiety that comes with doing easy, straightforward tasks, like running errands. https://www.thisisinsider.com/what-is-millennial-burnout-how-to-deal-with-2019-1?utm_content=buffer25ee9&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer