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Adnane Ben.
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The Working Wife and Husband
12:00:00 AM Sunday Aug 24, 2003



Most of us come from famillies where our father was the only provider of income, and our mother was the home care taker since she didn't work outside of the house. Nowadays, as more and more women are chosing professional careers, the old familly lifestyle is becoming extinct.

The new couples need to face this change together, understand its consequences, its strengths, weaknesses, limitations and risks. What do you think these are?

With this new lifestyle, are the responsibilities of the husband and the wife becoming equal, or should their responsibilities still be unique like the old days? any responsibilities that overlap?

Do you believe such a lifestyle can last? If yes, any tips how to make it successful? if not, why and what alternative would you adopt?


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3:25 am    September 5, 2003
souha
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t9are sahe a mmi ychnou wawal.Yaardame lkhir.
bravo en tt cas c genial
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7:37 pm    September 3, 2003
zinah
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They both have to share everything....50/50
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7:19 pm    September 3, 2003

abdelilah message
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Tberkellah 3lik a bba adnane,

Both partners should share in domestic shores and of course only the guy should share in the finances. All the flouss of the wife should be used by her alone for her family, cosmetic enhancement. I think with my plan, i can win many votes. On the other side there are many eves saying we ghir goullou yji be3da ana msemha

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8:38 am    September 3, 2003
oasienne
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fouzia, nothing to do with the subject but where you sis?Coz i live in Belgium too:)ka t khadmi f w'zine el birra?:)
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1:46 am    September 3, 2003
Fouzia
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Of course it can last. It's a question of organisation and understanding between wife and husband. I think in todays life, more man are willing to help in order to have 2 incomes and to have a higher standard. In order to have a higher standard, is both have to go to work and therefore some sacrifices has to be done. A lot of moroccan families here in belgium are doing it, men help their wifes and it last. They are even happy families. So in Morocco it is also possible.
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6:48 am    September 1, 2003
I
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Most of us come from famillies where our father was the only provider of income...!
> No not most of us !!!
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10:51 pm    August 31, 2003
maticha
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salut tous. plz what's the website from where I can download those movies translated into moroccan???

thanks and Bonne chance Younes El Aynaoui

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1:40 pm    August 30, 2003
toc
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bonsoir tt le monde:

de nos jours la femme a besoin de travailler, pour exister en tant que personne mat?riellement ind?pendante et en tant que personne responsable et active.
un besoin tout a fait compr?hensible puisque la femme a ?t? longtemps ( et elle l'est toujours dans quelques r?gions) sous-estim?e, irr?spect?e, et maltra?t?e; alors la seule solution pour se faire entendre c'est de s'imposer en tant qu'acteur actif dans la soci?t?.
quoique, il y a des cas o? la femme, m?me en ayant en sa possession un dipl?me lui permettant de bien gagner sa vie, pr?f?re rester chez elle ; tant que la situation du mari le permette, et s'occuper de ce dernier et de leurs enfants.

et j'estime que la pr?sence de la m?re, aupr?s de ses enfants quand ces derniers ont besoin d'elle est d?terminante dans leur ?ducation ainsi que dans leurs traits de caract?re.

Mais il faut dire aussi qu'il y a mille fa?ons de s'arranger ( travail ? mi-temps, travail ? domicile..) pour ?tre toujours aupr?s de ses enfants et pour leur assurer la meilleure ?ducation qu'il soit tout en assouvissant son envie de r?ussite professionnelle.
apr?s tout, tout est question de priorit?s!!! chacun de nous con?oit la r?ussite ? sa mani?re!!!

un peu de respect pour les choix du conjoint et un peu de compr?hension aideront les couples ? faire bon m?nage.

bon courage ? tous.

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9:32 pm    August 28, 2003

Antr McShaddad (Yahia.L) message
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Adnan, rak Nemss :)

the pictures displayed above make one think that it's the moroccan man who should get out and look for a job instead snoring under the palm trees...hehehe


http://morocco-today.info/society.htm

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4:32 pm    August 28, 2003
Tchiko
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Fortunately women are having more professional careers. Everything is changing around the world and we can not just ask women to saty home and stick with the old style, it s just unfair. Getting professional careers always scares men and I do not know why, they are afraid to be threatend to know that there is somebody out there, maybe less stronger than them, but he might know a little bit more !..I am not generalzing but I would say a great % of men thinks that way :((.
When woman has a professional career means that there is nobody home to take care of the kids, doing house work. This asks a lot of comprehension from men. In my oppinion, he just needs to put in his mind that they are equal, he went to school, she did too, he graduated, she did too, he got a professional career, she did too, he loves what he is doing, well she does too, and it does not mean that because only she is woman that she HAS to cook every night or whatever...if you got home tired and did not find anything to eat, well just think about that she might had a stressfull day and she might be tired too, and you could even call her ahead, just ask her honey :))) ( with a big smile on your face) did u get a chance to prepare anything for dinner , if not all you need to is : grab anything on your way :)))
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8:32 am    August 28, 2003
gardenia
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helllo,

As i read throught the message, i believe that our lifestyle in these days should be totally different because life is hard in the american society or somewhere else. my opinion is both couple should work to make at least an average life and better. women should not think and live in the old days because they will never succeed in their lives style.

i love that topic, it's just great

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5:04 am    August 28, 2003
Ayur
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Tr?s bien dit Radia
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3:48 am    August 28, 2003
Radia
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hello everyone,
Adnane,very interesting subject. well
let me all tell u that work has never been 7ram oula makrouh or something like that as long as what she is doing is halal,bidalil zawjate Rasoul ALLAH salla LLAH 3alayhi wa sallam oummounA KHADIJA radiya LLAHOU 3anha used to work.
7na f zmane s3ib and khedma is shi 7aja li mouhima and vitale. la femme doit etre instruite et doit surtt "savoir vivre". desormais le travail est considere comme une arme contre "zmane" comme on dit. on ne sait jamais ce qui peut se passer. la femme arabe et marocaine en particulier a tendance a " tkallakh" si elle s'enferme chez elle,le travail est un moyen pour elle de montrer ses capacites et de les developper. ceci dit,le travail ne devrait pas lui faire oublier son role principal. la femme est synonyme de tendresse,amour,affection,tolerance. La femme constitue la moitie de la societe et c 'est elle qui raise up l'autre moitie.therefore " al oummou madrassa,ida a3dadtaha a3dadta jilane sali7ane"( sorry if i messed it up). lmra khassha tkhdam walakine mathmalsh lwajibate dialha ,rajalha et wlidatha. et khoulasate l9awl,la lmra t9ad tstaghna 3la rajal wala rajal i9ad istaghna 3liha,ghir koul wa7ed khassou i7taram lakhour ou iltazame blmakane dialou tabi3i,then they'll be very happy .

peace everyone,et RABBI m3akoum ou i7fadkoum kamline.

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12:57 am    August 28, 2003
oasienne
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Bien parl?:)
Ca fait du bien de lire des gens raisonnables de temps en temps...
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8:26 pm    August 27, 2003
Abu Hamza
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As I read through all the messages, I am noticing something that is common to all forums: deviating from the issue under discussion. Yes women have the right to education, work, marriage, etc...Today's husbands in America and the Muslim world must get it through their thick skulls that ?work and house? is a common ?task? for both the husband and the wife in order to support the goal: Family! Stop using religion, hadiths, prophets, etc... to try to find excuses and misleading justifications about whether a woman can work or not. Enough misuse of religion! As an Arab, Muslim, and American man, my wife works, I work, and we both do our best to keep our family moving.
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6:08 am    August 27, 2003

wedadeya message
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Thank You Someone i did mean (Lahoma) is the plural. sorry **

Great Disscusion !

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1:37 am    August 27, 2003
someone
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the prophet's hadith does exist, and it was about women giving less"SADA9KA" than men, you should finish the whole hadith and say what was the context, and it doesn't mean that they are in hell just because they are what they are .wedadya waswasa is single , "lahoma" is plural. and you are right , it was the first human being experience with shaytan so both of them are in the same level of responsibility , if i dare and say that.

tx

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1:34 am    August 27, 2003
oasienne
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continues:
I agree with Adnane: Common sense should lead us, religion is a guide but we must also use our brain in everyday life.
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1:07 am    August 27, 2003
oasienne
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wayli 3la tkharbik j'ai lu dans certains messages.On dirait de la sha3wada ? l'?tat pur whereas here i thought we were a bunch of educated people!
Wa ba3ada ? moins que tous les hommes soient des milliardaires(and even if!), ?conomiquement i don't see how you can make both ends meet if women don't work.
then as muslima(i think )said, women always work hard, try to do some housework, just a few things at home and then think of a family with many children and a lazy guy then you will imagine women's wor at home.(As an example my grand-mother who had 9 children, used to wake up at 4 o'clock in the morning and to sleep at 11-midgnit, with work at home non stop).
So the thing to say that women who stay at home don't work is a fake.(I am not talking about sheffara's wives who have domesticity and spent time watching their nails).
And then a last point, i d'ont see why some men are so afraid that their women go to work! it is so legitimate to have the will of studying and knowing more about our environment, then serving the society as good as we can, it is so legitimate to work no matter what gender you are that i can not see why the so-called ulemas petend the opposite.
Khadija ASWS, was a business woman when the prophet married here, and i
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5:59 pm    August 26, 2003

Aziz Bezza message
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Are you sure the prophet said that about women? He was talking non sense then. what can make a normal human being believe such bogus stories? what good will it do to our life? At the mean time we hear that haven is under mothers feet!!!Comm..on we need some balance in our way of thinking.
have a good one.
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4:44 pm    August 26, 2003

Adnane Ben. message
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I salute what you said, thank you for the thoughtful messages.

Not too long ago, women in America weren't allowed to become teachers and professors because they claimed them short of intelligence, of cognitive capability. Eventually women became professors, doctors, police officers, fire-fighters, soldiers, engineers.. they did because men were proven wrong by the visonary women who pushed on and by their supporters of either genders. Think of Wesllesley College and alike. We have many examples in Morocco of women who made it to the professional world, NGO world, political world, business world. This alone should assure every husband, father and brother what the rewards are when you encourage women to team up with you in everything you do. You get a high capacity of intellect at home which helps overcome problems, filter out everyday nuisances, helps educate kids better, helps the financial situation.

In addition, I will not take your word for your interpretation of the Hadith, like you advised. I'll use common sense in this discussion of working wives, and leave religion out of it.

I always have a feeling that religion is telling us to use common sense first, and if we just don't find the best solution we may consult with religion. Unfortunately the outcome of this consultaion can not always be rosy. Various interpretations may arise, leaving you with years and years of struggle and misunderstanding.

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4:12 pm    August 26, 2003
mradil
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cont.
when the wold started to become a safer place to live, men valued their so called superiority over the women at home because women ended up literally working for the men. i believe that men's role should not be different from the women's in todays world because the factors that made it such in the past are no more. but there are other responsabilities for both women and men aside from home and work. there responsabilities are moral. a man should not believe that women are inferior should not choose to make his mate a slave moraly or phisically, he should respect her like he would respect anybody else male or female and vise versa for women. men should try and protect the sanctity of women along with their honor and image by not treating them badly because of their higher physical strenght. just think of a guy bigger than you trying to bully you, would any man like it or find it fare? as the world advances and education rates become equal between men and women societies will find an equilibrium where no genders rights (according to islamic law or western law) are violated. whoever has enough intergrity and confidence in what they are should try and implement this equality from now starting from homes and moving to the streets. not going to the extrem and taking in consideration special cases (like 'pregnant women' and 'handicaped men' should be given more privileges) ('..' for example)
farewell
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4:12 pm    August 26, 2003
mradil
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As life gets more and more expensive working wifes in middle classes will be very comon whether men like it or not. hadak al hadit does exist and it is only the interpretation that is distorted. i believe what it means is that it is easier for women to commit sin. but don't take my word for it. the open shop argument is very weak because you don't open shop until you have a customer market. to get back to the subject, i agree that in the old times tasks were separate for men and women, but not without reason. the reasons are many and some of them are lack of technology (everything required muscles), wars and skirmishes(between tribes or families...), in geraral men are naturaly more fit to endure physical hardships which was what you needed to succed in that world. a women outside the house would be an easy prey for men with bad intentions. women duties devoloped to be all related to house chores. plus when the men went home at night, the last of their worries is to clean the damn floor. so perhaps the separation of duties was a good solution for the old times. but it doesn't have to do with religion more than it has to do with culture.
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12:33 pm    August 26, 2003

wedadeya message
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peacemaker u said women is cursed cuz of eveill the apple in the tree and all. u sound like a muslim now iif U knew ur Islam right it was not EVE's fault . (wa waswasa LAHOMA alshaytan) waswas is plural both of them. just go back and do a lil research and ull see that itz not eves fault.
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10:58 am    August 26, 2003
Bahja
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Peace Maker, The 7adith you quoted can not be true. I do not think it makes sense, the Prophet won't say something like that.
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9:15 am    August 26, 2003

Adnane Ben. message
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Peace Maker, I have to bring back to the subject because I see you are talking about a different subject: prostitution. The subject is working wives, not prostitutes. I have no idea how you make the correlation between working wives and prostitutes.. wellah i am puzzled!
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8:54 am    August 26, 2003
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we can't blame the men or women of what's happening in the society such as prostitution, etc.. but It is sure both of them r victims of the capitalism system which encourage competition and the rapid grow in income and fortune. This is all good, but when we run after money without the ethic , we loose our principles and values and become materialists . Women are accepted in workplace because most of them are unexperienced and accept any conditions just the leave the house and be independant. The men who are mosteley qualified can t find jobs cause the request high pay. In the end, only compagnies, and bosses take advantage from these conflicts between men VS women.
how to solve this prrblm, should both sex talk to protect their intereset to, have the same pay rate, advantages etc. Where are these women organization, association, n institutions. they never met and they do they still blaming men of what happen to them. this remind me the black organisations in US, they still blaming the white men for all what happened to them till now. it time bach nfikou, as nass al ghiwane said: fham al maana o aik ,o stafad o rwa.
O AALAH O AALAM.
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4:23 am    August 26, 2003
Ayur
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i totally agree with ya especially about our prophet's life!!
rah koullchi dakchi fih wa7ed l2ajr 3adim!! llah yehdi makhle9
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10:09 pm    August 25, 2003
Peace_Maker
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Adnane, look at it this way; when you open a shop of course you will have customers. This is our case. why should we allow it to happen anyways? While we can close the shop and never hear about it. Prostitution has its own shop, actually it has homes with families too. Here comes Protection! we didn't force those women to lead that way of life nor did we endorse it as a welcomed shape of freedom or equality. It's not a life compromise, it is a stigma. Let's Protect our future sons' moms!
[ Topic will be debated over tomorrow inchaa Allah | Gotta get some sleep| ]


~ Peace ~

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9:40 pm    August 25, 2003

Adnane Ben. message
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I haven't heard of that Hadith before. But if it exists, and I am not saying you came up with it, then I am censing that your translation is flawed.

For every prostitue woman, there is more than one prostitue man. the men who goes after them. Yes those would be called prostitues in my book. So if you measure women's evil and sinfulness by their prostitution rate, you are automatically doubling this rate for men, those who ironically secure the job of the prostitue females.

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9:40 pm    August 25, 2003
khayibaba
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If you think that your family/friends or relatives are gonna moke you or make jokes about you because you are helping you wife with house chorses that means that they don't respect you. My aunt's ex-husband was accutaly the chief at home he was the one doing alsmot all the cooking and we loved it my aunts cooks too she works yes but still she has a lot of free time in her hand" she teachs at a university and she only has like 6 hours a week" my dad cooks 2 but not like my mom my dad cleans and help around the house if we are short handed. but still when we say men and women are equal we have to speciafy what kind of equality we are talking about as i mentioned b4 mentaly they can but not physicaly.
tired of typing to be continued
CCV"
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9:28 pm    August 25, 2003
Peace_Maker
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Salam O' Aalikoum Jamiaan!

Yeah that was it. I wish there was something that I can say Adnane. I mentioned Protection for women of course not under a roof which doesn't offer them equality or fairness. My whole point was derived from vast fields mostly experienced ones. Not to go far, let me cite a hard one < are you familiar w/ the hadith told about our prophet when God showed him heaven and hell? when he was asked by some of his companions he said that most of hell's inhabitants were women.> Now, I don't go saying by this that women are evil or the sinful ones, but I do translate it as I mentioned in my prior post; thus we men are supposed to watch over our women and our kids. Another fact down the curb, but hey it's gonna lead us to adultery. Most of prostitutes are women. Having places like El Hajeb, Khenifra, Khemisset and so.. in Morocco is a shame that we do ignore all of us. Is there something beyond that freedom they celebrating? in the meantime I do acknowledge what's going in the countrysides when many unfortunate women are used as mules to carry hay and corps through mountains... No one knows the answer. You know why? Beacuse we do seem letting go our religion and the curse will find us.

Peace Be Upon Our Beloved Prophet.
~Cya~

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9:12 pm    August 25, 2003

Adnane Ben. message
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I agree with you that taking care of the house is NO easy job! However, it can be less hard if the people living in the house make it a habit to clean and help each other clean. I am a victim of not adopting this habit as often as I wish. I have much effort to make in this regard to keep the house under control.

One thing about men vs. house work. I think that many men back home think that their friends and relatives will probably make fun of them, moke them, if they see them cooking, cleaning or helping in the house. I think these men should make an effort to get rid of this dogma and start caring less what others say. Taking care of the house in all aspects is cumbersome, demanding but rewarding; it can be a rejuvenating and healing experience.

I myself need to make more effort to clean around the house, I have tons of stuff to take care of as I speak...

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8:30 pm    August 25, 2003
A muslima
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salam all,
well, lets see how moroccan women used to live before:
wake up early in the morning so that she prepares prackfust for the king(husband) and for her kids, then start real hard work, prepare luch, bred, and cleeeeeeeeeennnnnn all the day while mister husband is chiling with his friends in KAHWA, then when he gets home he's asking: kayen chi 3cha...........and on and on, the rooting that never ends. man in general don't like to accomplish their duties in their houses, they think that that's women job, but it is not. If you call your selves muslims, take our prophet(s.a.w) as an example and see what he used to do as work inside hin bayt, read about it and you will be surprised.
salams
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8:08 pm    August 25, 2003

Adnane Ben. message
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Peace maker, this absurd argument that because Evil found its way to EVE, women are weaker than men, is making me puke.

I liked what you said about respecting and protecting women but I completely lost your train of thoughts after that. May you rectify ?

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5:45 pm    August 25, 2003
Peace_Maker
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It is obvious that women and men should be equal. Why? because God made them equal to begin w/. Most of ignorants out there are asking for re-writing or re-contexting the voice of God if I should say. Men are Men and Women are Women. Limits are already established. Islam as a source for respect and education is the key to get out of some miserable customs that we still in our homeland and which have nothing to do w/ religion nor w/ values. Like I said before [ copy cat business] is not gonna get us anywhere. Look at those fighting for women's freedom they are on the other hand letting their media eye follow them and sell their private lives on papers or TV's. A woman should respected and protected. Respected for she is a mom. Protected because the devil [ God curse him ] once found his way to Eve while he couldn't to Adam. In other words: Want total equality, Don't want vice! Think about things to follow like divorce rate, spouses' cheating or even play double swings and laugh about it...

Peace Be Upon Our Beloved Prophet.



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1:34 pm    August 25, 2003
khayibaba
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i agree but they some domains that a woman can't do anything about it. God created equaly mentaly yes but not physically so they are some jobs that women can't handle and i'm not for one trying to force them to try and change that they should just accept it. i belive in equality and if a woman wants to educate herself than i'm right behind her cheering and encouraging to get the highest degrees and accomplishment. BUT don't forget that it took women millions of years to get a litle freedom don't expect all men are just gonna accept it, it's gonna take more time.
arivedece
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11:08 am    August 25, 2003

wedadeya message
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I think they can share responsabilities equallly, and they dont have 2 realy on the man of the head of the house and the women stays home. Itz not fair if she went 2 school and alll or even if she didnt, if she has the (regba) 2 work then why not. & i think itz coo when a man stays home sometimes. cuz we can do whatev we want if we put r mind 2 it. yalla till next time..
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9:01 pm    August 24, 2003
khayibaba
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listen hadake dariu khas lamou chi salkha dial la3sa ou thrisa dial lfoume. i've seen some stuff like that when i was in morocco last time and i had to get involve in some it was not a pretty sight. the most "braheche" of next generation have no respect for anybody and that is bad i have petty for them because some of them think that they are on the top of the world some because theya re wearing some cool clothes some for nothing. anyway i belive in the equality but some women took it in the wrong way they want to do whatever they want without the consante of anybody else. Morocco is the first "arabic" country that gave some rights and some freedom than other countries. AL MOUDAWANA keeps changing from time to time to suit the needs of moroccan women to adjust with "man"'s world. got lot to say about this topic but i'm dead tired so as 3awed lil said f "rawdaw: khaliwni namchi nkamale n3assi"
ciao
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7:18 pm    August 24, 2003

Adnane Ben. message
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That's none-sense. That scene has nothing to do with equality etc. That's an exhibition of IMPOLITENESS at its worse from all those men and that young guy, who didn't give that pregnant woman a seat.

ps: She shouldn't have taken the bus in the first place for safety of her child, and it was unnecessary for the dump young guy to lecture her about equal rights.

And what are you al oumda talking about women losing their "feminity" and "prestige".. I'm not sure I understand what you are saying. How about you elaborate more on that thought for us ?

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7:17 pm    August 24, 2003

Aziz Bezza message
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It doesn't sound bad at all, let me ask you if you got kids or if you are planning to have any? what would do in case she gets pregnant?
graciace
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7:07 pm    August 24, 2003
el oumda
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This topic reminded me a conversation I had with a freind back in morocco regarding women expansion & equal opportunity . He told me that one day he assisted in a strange scene happened in the Bus #2 a casablanca, one woman was pregnant and look so tired, she passed many moroccans walou, no one cares about her, she was forced to ask a young guy to give her his seat, tyhe guy goes, look we are equal now, we asked for your freedom and equality you got them, pay a taxi next time..I am afread with these requests from women they will loose their feminity ,prestige and the care we keep for them. Hope I am mistaken.
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6:49 pm    August 24, 2003
Why?!@#$
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Hillou :) the alternative that i have chosen is that I am the one staying @ home ... I believe it's the new age lifestyle ... my wife agrees with the idea .. and it's working just fine ...
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Kesang Marstrand and Khobz Sh3ir..
Lesson of Respect..
تـلـمسـا..
Will Morocco's Saidia Beach Survive? Fadesa = Fade7a ~..
The First Moroccan Parliament Representative of Moroccans in..
How To Cook Bibi ..
Nouria El Yacoubi From Figuig: Moroccan Champion of Karate C..
Akhir Phenomene Maghribi F Miricane..
Moroccan Behavior Towards Law Enforcement: A Car Boot Case S..
I Play Soccer (El'Foot) Like a Binocular-Equipped Japanese ..
Moroccan Weddings Under One Roof..
Government Motors Propaganda, But Still Better Than McCain..
BAC 2009..
My Dream Gadget..
The Future Of Cigarettes Looks Brightly Blue..
Dialogue with a Moroccan Farmer Faqir (1975 Kevin Dwyer)..
Nador and Hashish..
Please Complete Survey about Language Code-switch..
Moussier Tombola: Dédicasse au Maroc..
Become Who You Are ~ Nietzsche..
ABDERRAHMANE PACO: THE LEGEND..
From Torino to Morocco..
Morocco Therapy..
Sourate Arrahmane in Kabyl Berber..
Deux Zach C'est La Guerre, Attention Le Loup Est Revenu.. FO..
Bird-Men ~ Any Moroccans Dare?..
From The Treasures Of Arabic Morphology: Min Kounouzi Assarf..
Words of Advice From A Moroccan Sheikh..
Sheikh Party? Sadaqa? Entertainment? Serious Worship? What i..
Boston 5K Race/Walk To Send Medical Equipment To Morocco..
Muslim in SLAMI ~ MY RESPECT!..
What is Saved of My Old Animation Archive: Sheikh Wins!..
Sala Morocco's Cha3bana et La Tradition Du Malhoun..
WOW! The Most Beautiful Moroccan Song of 2009 by Malhoun X..
Great American Public Entertainment in Paris: Street Dancers..
My Interview About The Role of The Internet in The Life of M..
Tai Chi Semlalia: Classic Moroccan-dubbed Martial Arts Film..
Nice Songs About Henna Tradition in North African Weddings..
Oujdawood is Whipping Some Film Ass!..
Houari Manar: A Rising Star, A Gloomy Rainbow For Others..
Why Did Boston's MACCA Drop The Moroccan in MACCA?..
Moroccan Mobile Consulate: Boston March 21-22, 2009..
Why Mother Damia Has a Moroccan Tatoo and a Jewish Innoculat..
Do you love me? do you, do you?..
James Brown's Cape Finale (Boston, MA '68)..
James Brown: Please, Please, Pleeeease.. and Nomore Trivial ..
Obaid Karki: British Depravity in Dubai Sex-On-Beach..
حلاقة الم..
Raioo Speaks Arabic: Type in Arabic Without A Sweat!..
How To Type in Arabic Using Your Keyboard for Windows..
ATMAN: Algerian Batman Spoof..
Is Hollywood Abusing Morocco?..
Abdelkader Secteur: L3id Lekbir..
Abdelkader Secteur: Kelb wel 7mar 7ashakoum!..
Pro-Israel Rally Features Low IQ..
How is the economy crisis in the west affecting Morocco?..
Nice Programming from elmuhajer.com: The Culture of Immigrat..
Libyan Soccer Video Game Star in the Making..
Obama's Stimulus Package Already in Effect in Morocco..
Bush and the Mysterious Handshakes..
Never Get a Police Ticket Again!..
Middle East, USA and Israel As seen By Michel Collon..
 
2008
Gaza 2008 Crisis: Is Winning the Heart of the Eagle The Answ..
Islam and The Current Economic Crisis..
If Only Obama Picks Peter Schiff As Special Advisor..
Beat Box Man From Doukala..
I Don't Trust Moroccan Officials: Why?..
So You Think You Can Dance Like a Moroccan Gypsy?..
My First Moroccan Almond Truffles!..
Cooking with Alia..
Town Hall Meeting in DC Regarding MAC (Moroccan American Coa..
Highlights of a Meeting: El Yazami President of the Council ..
Please Donate For Mariam: A Cancer Child in Boston from Iraq..
Congratulations Barack Obama!..
American 401k and Moroccans..
Mounib Feeling Well and on TV..
A Beautiful Moroccan Quran Recitation by Abdel Hamid Hssayn..
Tzawaj Magalha Liya Grows Wings!..
How to eat a watermelon..
Looking for US-based Travel Agent to book a flight or tour t..
Drop Down Pants! ..
Muslims in America: An Experiment...
Buy From Your Local Farmers Market !..
Yassir Chadly: An Inspiring Multi-dimensional Moroccan in Am..
Moroccan Club Dance Night: 30+ Proper Attire Brown Camel-ski..
Conversations About La7rig (Illegal Immigration)..
Shakira Wa Akhawatouha..
Moul Taxi: A Trip to the Airport..
Morocco on Bizzare Foods with Andrew Zimmern..
Hanane Fadili Strikes Again..
Freedom of Expression According to Raouf Ben Yaglane..
Cheikha Djennia & Cheikh Djilali Tiarti..
My Taste of a Christian Moroccan Interfaith Dialogue..
Angels singing Allah Ya Moulana by Nass Elghiwane..
A Call From Algeria to Help Suffering Little Boy Mounib!..
La Secheresse... de l'internet et de ezzehar..
Parents and Family from the perspective of an immigrant..
Do you want to Volunteer Abroad? VOLUNTEER in Morocco ~ Sign..
Moroccan Playing Cards Game ronda v1.0..
Sid El-Miloud 2008: Koul 3am Wentouma Bkhir..
NEW: Raioo Groups..
Call to Moroccans in Greater Boston: Help Provide Meals For ..
Moroccan American Television Program..
A promotional video for the Al Huda Summer Camp in Maine..
Une compo intitulée Alger..
Sidi Mohamed Ouali (Ou3li): Berber..
Moroccan Amazigh girl name "illy": DENIED...
What's That Song in the Kia Spectra Commercial?..
A Beautiful Burda Recitation!..
 
2007
In Memory of My Father-in-law, Si La7bib..
Al-Qaeda Freak Show in North Africa..
The Girl Who Picked Up A Moroccan Rose..
Les Oiseaux De Figuig!..
Paul Bowles: A Witness of Moroccan Traditional Storytelling..
Mick Jagger of Algeria!!..
ZOGO: Rock Fusion Hailing from Algeria Lalaland!..
Cheb Mami, The Fugitive Prince!..
Local Moroccan Businesses, freelancers and services Deserve ..
From Los Angeles to Casablanca!..
Halloween SPECIAL 2007: La Mort D'une Souri!..
Looking for a Moroccan folkloric harvest hymn....
Allah Made Me Funny @ Boston..
MPK20: Sun's Virtual Workplace..
Morocco Mall 2010: Largest Shopping Mall of North Africa..
U.S. House Passes Historic Ramadan Resolution..
Looking for Arabic or French to English Translator..
Dr. Hassan Al-Turabi..
My Top 5 List of Quran Recitors 2007..
Samurai Jack of Algeria..
This Moroccan Barry! and his Baraka Men La3yaqa..
Doodling: Sheikh L7ouma..
How Moroccans Put Together a Government..
Hillareous Cat Wrestles Mouse claymation!..
ABSOLUTE RAIOO Summer 2007 Rai vol.2..
ABSOLUTE RAIOO SUMMER 2007 RAI Vol 1..
Oujda Folkloric Musicians after a long day....
Iwighd Adar by Amarg Fusion !!!!..
Alalla Yallali ft. Nabila..
Jews Support the Boston Mosque..
The a la Menthe: Maghreb French RAP..
Ya Ghrib !..... ft. Khaled, Lamine, Rai NB..
Hazzou Bina La3lam: Hajja Hamdaouia!..
Ha Elkass 7loo: Hajja Hamdaouia ft. Hamid..
Boston Moroccan Tennis Club: Mini Tournament 2..
Sidi Hbibi by Mano Negra - the unexpected :)..
Le Bachir ..
Cheb Mami.. L'ancien :) Pas Le Nouveau :(..
Summer Hidden Stress..
Fanfaraï - Rai Cuivre !..
Darouha Biya Mchaw L'Mekka w'Khallawni..
CHEB ANOUAR!..
Zoo Event Organized by Al Huda..
Navigating post-divorce..
Just what is Civic Engagement?..
To Fly Boston <-> Morocco or Not..
Meetings with Moroccan Consultative Council on Human Rights..
J'irais dormir chez vous au Maroc..
Support Morocco Autonomy Initiative to solve the Sahara issu..
Les Frères Zergui..
On the Word "Plethora"..
When The Moors Ruled In Europe..
Ya Rassoul..
BARRAKA duet Cheb Khaled & Chebba Zahouania..
Cheba Zohra & Mahadattes de Rilizane..
SKyouz Me While I Light My Spliff!..
HAMIDOU, Algeria's Playboy!..
First mnanauk. Then mahdisean!..
Karima Skalli, Nassima et Leila Hejaiej..
Rym Hakiki: Matsalni Ma Ansalek..
The Road To Guantanamo..
Matejebdoulich by Djenet..
Cuban Chaabi! Guantanamera!!..
Hadj Menouer: El Batoul !..
Parske Ana Nebghi Wahran Bezzaf!..
I declare Moe a Star!..
Ahl Zin El Fassi!..
Morocco on current TV..
My South Park Character!..
Ummah Films on current.tv !! HELP NEEDED..
Ana Smayti Sa3id!..
 
2006
Al-Hawli Jokes..
Zawiya Qadiriya Boudchichiya Open Air Speech..
US Patent by Sa Majeste H. Roi du Maroc..
Jahh Bless Mon! Feeling down to earth tonight!..
Cannot Believe These Idiots!..
NESS LA CITY: All?e Sans Retour! LOL..
When Lotfi Attar Rides Matabkish wave! You Lissann mon!..
KUDOS TO Cheikh Sidi Bemol & Band!!..
No Comment! DARRITOUNI.....
Mortality Meets Online Status..
Michael Richard Busted and Sorry!..
The UMMA Clinic..
Hanane Fadili Take on Shouaffa(tt)..
Hijab: Strict Code or Fashion Barcode ..
To The Fasting Darling..
Rimitti: Ana Li Ghrasset aNakhla....
Reminiscing Tex Avery Cartoons!..
Happiest Guy in Morocco!..
The Super-cool Hanane Fadili..
Cette Affaire d'Avions ? Londres..
Watch 2M Television..
American Muslim Fun Video Blogging!..
Open War in the Middle East?..
Touche Po a Mon Zidane!..
Ronaldinho Joined Zawya....
Marock!..
Draw Live!..
Zoo Animals Need e'space..
Les ABRANIS: Prodigy of Rockabyl..
Sofiane Saidi: Cet Algerien Trip-rai Hopper..
Lemchaheb Legacy ..
Zahra Hindi, Beautiful You!..
Jajouka's Winds of Moroccana..
Google Language Translation: English to/from Arabic..
Aziz Mekouar, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to the US..
Google Shoots Microsoft.. One.. More.... Time!..
Monsieux Mehdi Ben Barka: Un Marocain Assassiné Qui Visait P..
Yale, Taliban and Weld L'Hashemi....
Near-eastern Muslim Scholars..
Three Algerians on Highway =]..
Moroccan Riverdance!..
Moroccan Candle-toe Dance..
Moroccan Qassida: Vraie Poesie!..
LA3MARNA Legacy..
Chilling Like a Mqedem in Morocco..
Alone in the Wilderness..
Are Iranians and Americans Blowing it Up?..
Are we a virus..?..
How come Morocco is silent to Dalfour, Sudan?..
Barreling Towards an Iraqi Civil War..
Pomme and Kelly ..
Intelligent Design and Evolution in not so American lands..
The Prophets animated by Steve Whitehouse..
More with Claudio Bravo..
Muslim Texans..
Hajj Stampede Gone Ugly!..
Self-portraits 001-002..
Why Faith?..
Online 7awli Souk!..
2006 !..
 
2005
Derbouka Bled Attack..
Adopted HIV kids from Romania..
Operation Mapping Raioo Love!..
They burnt themselves.. Come'on!..
My Winamp Skin: The New Beetle..
The Forbidden Zone film that electrified me!..
Cousins skyblogging..
Chilean artist in Morocco..
Moroccan Blue tops colors!..
Osama in FAMILY GUY..
Baraka Art..
Itsy Bitsy knowledge..
The most misunderstood [and growing..] world religion, Islam..
Moroccan Christians..
Polygamy in USA..
Architecturing to joy!..
This Moorish cult in America..
The Magnificient King Vulture..
Al-Rashid and the Fart..
On the subject of Evil Eye..
Anecdote on Life and 3ibada..
Anecdote on Giving in Time of Need..
T-shirt design: L'Amoureux!..
Craig Thompson art..
The Real Origin of Smileys :)..
T-shirt design: Happy Sailor!..
T-shirt design: threadless in Kufi..
T-shirt design: Magic e-lamp..
My August '05 T-shirt Designs ..
Your Living Space..
The Raioo Story: 2. in the garden..
The Raioo Story: 1. intro..
Arabic Beat and Instrument Music Wanted!..
 
2004
RA?NA RAI Legacy..
Algerian Chaabi..
Nour L'Koufi (Gharnati)..
Hidalgo in Morocco..
Le Secret d'Elissa Rhais..
Imam Shafii. Soni N'nafssa..
Feqqas (Moroccan Biscuiti)..
Casablanca Connect..
 
2003
ZEBDA! Un Groupe Genial!..
Al Moutanabbi. Idha Ghamarta..
Imam Shafii. sa'fir tajid 3iwada..
boston.food.Tangierino..
Long Distance Honey ..
The Working Wife and Husband..
The Hammam Public Bath: Do you still go there?..
Hip Hop Classic Favorites!..
Down With Love..
Lord Of The Rings..
How To create a Moroccan remix of a video clip ? ..
 
2002
Why we don't eat Porc?..
Do You Play Music?..
Hidoura: Your Moroccan Natural Carpet..
Khaddouj Slam-dunking From Marrakesh To New York..


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