Veiled Voices: Film on Women’s Shari’ah College al-Azhar


  1. Nadia says:

    Mashallah that is very inspiring. Jazakallah khayr for sharing. I especially agree with the sister towards the end who said that a daa’iyat, whether she is in the home or school or amongst her colleagues, for her all of these places are considered places of dawah. I like to think of the Muslim woman as a living breathing talking da’wah pamphlet, especially here in the West, because she is the epitomy of Islam that people generally see. Therefore our Muslim sisters have a wonderful opportunity everyday to give dawah, and even if no words are spoken, a message is still given to the everyone who sees them.

  2. Aysha Khanom says:

    Asalaamu Alaykum,

    Mash’Allah, didnt get a chance to have an insight into Al Azhar until now.

    I think there’s a lack of women Scholars, which is in very much need.

    Insh’Allah hope to study there, have just been researching into the entry, and still have a lot of work to do yet, and time seems like it’s running out, can me down thinking I may not go into studying the Deen to its deepest depths, its the jewels and gems of this world that are revealed in institutions like this, so how can one not crave for it?

    I pray the students there succeed, particularly the women, and come to the UK!!

    Nice video :)


  3. Abdifatah says:

    that was very inspirational i really enjoyed it. This is one of the reason why i want to advance my Islamic education seriously inshallah, and teach others what i’ve learn’t.


  4. Allahumjalna minhum!

  5. Allahu Akbar! I loved when the Shaykha was asking questions big time and making her students really think before answering.

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