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Imama Maryam Mirza

11-21-2004, 02:07 AM

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Imama Maryam Mirza

    Keeping the female faith
    `Muslim brothers and sisters, we must all help Islam move
    forward' 20-year-old's address at mosque breaks new ground.

    NICHOLAS KEUNG
    IMMIGRATION/DIVERSITY REPORTER

    The rare sound of a woman's voice at the microphone caught
    everyone's attention; even young children stopped playing and
    looked up to see who was talking.

    Up at the front of the United Muslim Association mosque
    yesterday, a confident Maryam Mirza delivered part of the Eid
    al-Fitr sermon. In doing so, she marked the end of Ramadan
    (the month of fasting) and what many called a new beginning
    for Muslim women as she took on a role traditionally left to
    men.

    "For our survival in this world, humans must change with the
    times or we'll be left behind," the 20-year-old Markham woman
    told the 200 people at the service. "The same concept can be
    applied to religion. Muslim brothers and sisters, we must all
    help Islam move forward, and I believe we are doing just
    that."

    Mirza looked at the silent crowd from behind the microphone
    and continued: "I want to thank our leaders for making changes
    outside of the norm. We must continue to educate ourselves and
    initiate change in our community and in our religion. This is
    all possible while still staying within the teaching of the
    holy Qur'an."

    Mirza's 10-minute speech, following Imam Jabar Ally's prelude,
    drew tears from her mother Nazreen, who sat in the front row.

    "I am very proud of Maryam. It's very emotional for me to see
    my daughter setting the stage being the first female to come
    out and give a sermon," explained the Guyana native. "This is
    a breakthrough for Muslim women. Maryam was sitting next to
    me, preparing for it. She said she was so nervous that she was
    going to throw up. I could feel her cold hands. I'm just glad
    she did it."

    The move by the Etobicoke mosque, near Highway 27 and Finch
    Ave. W., was sure to attract criticism from conservative
    Muslims, congregation member Zaheer Majeed said.

    "Gender question is a big issue in Islam. We always talk about
    women being equal in Islam, but sometimes in practice, it's
    just not there," lamented the 55-year-old man. "Men my age
    carry a lot of baggage. Not only do they feel challenged and
    insecure about this, most feel men's position is threatened."

    Not for Esmile Ghanie.

    "Gender is always a yes-and-no kind of debate. But the debate
    has to start somewhere," said the 41-year-old father of three
    young girls. "I think today's sermon was fantastic. It was
    very enlightening to see a woman taking part in the ceremony.
    Maryam can be a good role model for other girls. If she can do
    it, they can do it, too."

    News of Mirza's delivery of the sermon also attracted guests
    from other mosques, who showed up to support and congratulate
    the association's move.

    "This is history for me. It is a great way to start the Eid
    celebration," said Faizal Kayum, who attended yesterday's
    service with his son Azeem. "The religion has been dominated
    by males. It's about time for women to step up to the plate."

    Imam Ally said he hopes the congregation, whose members mostly
    come from Guyana and the Caribbean, can start a wave of
    positive change for women within the Muslim community.

    "Women themselves contribute greatly. Think of any jobs that
    women can't do?" Ally said in his address.

    "Ask Allah to allow you to have an open mind to give these
    sisters a chance to express themselves
    Professor Leonard Swidler, Ph.D, S.T.L., LL.D., LL.D.
    Professor of Catholic Thought and Interreligious Dialogue
    Co-Founder/Editor, Journal of Ecumenical Studies
    Founder/Director, Institute for Interreligious, Intercultural Dialogue
    Religion Department, Temple University Philadelphia, PA 19122, USA
    Tel: 215-204-7251 (Off.); 215-477-1080 (Home); Fax: 215-204-4569
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11-21-2004, 02:51 AM

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Re: Imama Maryam Mirza (Re: Tumadir)

    وهذه الرسالة منقوله من درب الانتفاضة كتبها د. محمد القاضى فى نفس الصدد


    Women Rights Activists,
    The 'Progressive Mosque' group has started few months ago in
    Philadelphia as a secret underground movement of rebilious moslem women who
    were seeking a safe place where everyone, especially women, can worship
    with dignity. They advocate for an equal role for women and men in the
    house of worship. They made history when for the first time a woman led
    the prayer as Imama, a word never found in the Arabic/Islamic
    dictionary before and we had to coin it during one prayer!.
    Women and men prayed together next to each other on one solid line, and
    sat after prayer in one Halaqa (small circle) to interprete and discuss
    Koran in a contemporary progressive way, the same as it was originally
    revealed to Prophet Mohamed 1500 years ago in Mecca. In brief, the
    taboo around women leadership in Islam has been broken by this brave group
    of womenb and men!

    Now, the struggle continue... the moslem women are no more holding it
    to themselves. Another progressive group is making history (see message
    below) when a Caribean mosque is letting a woman to give the Eid Khutba
    (sermon).

    I'm glad that I lived until I saw this historical moment for 1.2
    billions of the world population whos religion has been stolen over centuries
    by moslem fanatics, the equivelent of the evagilican political right
    groups..

    Take a moment and stop by room 31 tomorrow at 6:30pm (in the AFSC main
    building) in Center City Philadelphia to meet with the Progressive
    Masjid group after their evening prayer.


    Mohamed Ibrahim Elgadi
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11-21-2004, 04:44 AM

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تاريخ التسجيل: 09-04-2002
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    هذه نقلة بي قرون...وتغيير سيفور له لبن كتير...ويبرد وتبقي الجماده نسويها سمن....

    اهلنا فترو من الخشيش...ودبغ السعون....

    فما احوجنا في هذا العالم لثورة تنبع من النفس بصدق وايمان
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