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In many Muslim societies, a stronger relational bond is one between mother and son.
A’isha, Muhammad’s favourite wife, and source of many quotes that shape Muslim life and society, is reported as saying: “” Marriage ties are often not as strong as family blood ties.
Muslim women often carry much of the responsibility for family welfare—health of family members, harmony in relationships, and success of children.
These can be deep daily concerns for women, especially in countries without good health facilities or education, facing issues of drought or war.
We can tell stories about Jesus, any place, any time, especially about the many women he cared for.
It should be obvious, yet Muslim women are often presented as different, exotic, or even a symbol of backwardness.
A Middle Eastern secondary teacher urged me, “Tell women in the West that Muslim women are like them, in their family and community, their life and work.
Nor is he unclean from touching a dead body (according to Jewish rules of the time).
Rather, he heals a woman, gives life to a dead girl, and purity of heart to all of us.