Dr. Lloyd Ridgeon talks about the role of Sufi women in the medieval period. Ridgeone examines positive and negative portrayals of Sufi women in a wide range of texts. VIDEO: Female Sufis in the Medieval Period – Medievalists.net http://www.medievalists.net/2016/05/20/video-female-sufis-in-the-medieval-period/ Published on Mar 1, 2016 Dr Lloyd Ridgeon – Reader in Islamic Studies, The University of Glasgow.
The author explores images of the Prophet Muhammad through creating an historical and cultural timeline sourced from Islamic texts, book art, and paintings. I post this as a point of interest and insight to learn, not for debate. I am not a Muslim, I am not knowledgeable, I offer no opinion, no answers. I do have deep respect and
Taqabbalallâhu minnâ wa minkum God accept from us and you It means “[May] God accept from us and you [our fasts and deeds]”. The Companions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad used to say to each this other when they met on Eid ul-Fitr. – wiki Eid al-Fitr is the Feast of Breaking the Fast. The
Timeless wisdom found in the words of the Prophet Muhammad. I personally expand it to remind me the mark found of the end in many important things. I find the link to honesty profound. When asked, “When would the Hour (Doomsday) take place?” The Prophet said, “When honesty is lost, then wait for the Hour.” The Bedouin said,
Kul ‘am wa enta bi-khair! May every year find you in good health! Ramaḍān, in Islam, is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar and the holy month of fasting. It begins and ends with the appearance of the new moon. Islamic tradition states that on the night of 27 Ramadan—the “Night of Power” (Laylat al-Qadr)—Allah revealed to the Prophet Muhammad the Qurʾān, Islam’s holy