About

My name is Kaukab Siddique.

I am a Professor of English Language and at Lincoln University, Oxford, Pennsylvania, USA.

The primary focus of my research is ” Women in Islam” which has Alhamdollillah culminated in several publications including some books.

This blog is dedicated to all those sisters, mothers and daughters who have caught the rope of Allah firmly in their hands and want to give others a hand up with the knowledge of the Quran and Hadith.

This is not a feminist blog. This is a place where misconceptions will inshallah be cleared. I will do my best to bring the words of our Rasool peace be upon him to light.

May Allah Zojal grant me purity in my intention to serve him and His Rasool pbuh in presenting the message of his Hadith to men and women in the light of the Quran, forgive me for my mistakes and allow me to correct them before I pass from this life. Ameen

My contact email is: hadithandwomen@gmail.com

 

12 responses to “About”

  1. Esma says :

    salam aleikum wa rahmatuallahi wabarakatuhu.
    Thank you so much for your insights and your sharing your knowledge with others.

    I found your blog when I search for hadiths about women and obedience, as I was writing a post about it on my own blog. But I was astonished to read about the travel and the obedience of the women, and I your research made me very happy. I would like to know how you could figure out the omissions. I also would like to know if you recommend a book or two that is about the omissions of words in hadiths, and mal-interpretations of them and also a book about the order of the revelation of the Qur’an, as I would like to dig deeper into the world of Quranic understanding and knowledge.

    Kind regards and salam aleikum

  2. Ayesha says :

    always feels good to read somethings enlightening🙂 and I am already a fan of literature people because of my mom🙂
    kindly also write something about ‘A muslims attitude towards non-muslim minority’.
    thanks

  3. MuQeet says :

    Assalamu Alaikum.
    Through my blog Reader I found mention about your posting on ‘The sin of omission’. But surprising the post is not seen here!
    I wanted to read that hadeeth Qudsi in full.

  4. Abdul Rauf says :

    Thank you so much for letting us know the true teachings of Islam regarding women. You are a superb person, professor and of course an over-skilled blogger. May Allah bless you and let you serve like this. Thanks.

  5. Abdul Rauf says :

    Thank you so much for letting us know the true teachings of Islam regarding women. You are a superb person, professor and of course an over-skillied blogger. May Allah bless you and let you serve like this. Thanks.

  6. IslamicChamper says :

    Salam alaikum Brother

    Visit my new Blog – Muslim Online Bloggers. A Link blog were I post link towards Muslim bloggers for people out there to easy find us..as when searching we sometimes are hard to find.

    Your blog is here http://muslimonlinebloggers.wordpress.com/2012/06/01/hadith-and-women/

    Please do visit and comment for me to improve..

    Wa salam

  7. flippingtable says :

    Love reading your posts. Very enriching. (:

    JazakAllah khair, Professor.

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