Category Archives: Divorced Muslim Women

Crisis Analysis: Keeping it together when a marriage falls apart

Divorce is a life-altering decision, regardless of how long you were married or how many children you have. Not only will your physical circumstances change, but your psychological well-being takes a hit as well; it is an extremely vulnerable time. … Continue reading

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Crisis Analysis: Divorce and Loneliness

After a long Summer break, Crisis Analysis returns with our next topic: divorce and loneliness. Many would assume that loneliness is to be expected after a divorce. To have lived with a constant companion, only to suddenly find yourself without them, … Continue reading

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Crisis Analysis: When Divorce Brings Freedom

As the opening entry to our Crisis Analysis series: The Divorced Muslim Woman, we talk to Shalina Litt. Shalina is a Muslimah who found both strength and freedom through her divorce. Unfortunately, most divorces are seen as a breakdown of … Continue reading

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Crisis Analysis: The Divorced Muslim Woman

Khadijah bint Khuwaylid Umm Salamah Saudah bint Zam’ah Zainab bint Jahash Hafsah bint ‘Umar Juwayriya bint al-Haarith Umm Habibah Safiyah bint Huyy Maimoonah bint al-Haarith ‘A’ishah bint Abu Bakr These were the wives of the Prophet Muhammad S.A.W, the Mothers … Continue reading

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