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Maryam - Mother of Isa

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Sat, 14 May 2016, 2.30 pm to 4.00 pm | English
Mydin Mosque Auditorium
Ms Mariam Alias

muslimah, maryam

Fees: S$18

Maryam, the mother of Jesus (Prophet Isa) is one of the most respected women in Islam. The Quran accords her with a high position and relates the important and significant roles she had played – Chapter 19 of the Quran is named after her, and Chapter 3, Aali Imran, is named after her family.

This third leg of a series of ladies-only talks which revels in the special place Women hold in Islam will attempt to relate the story of Maryam - the trials and tribulations she endured; the patience and perseverance she displayed; and the resolve and determination she carried with her - and inspire attendees to emulate her positive character traits.

In the story of Maryam, we will see that God chose Maryam above all the women of the world as related in the Quran:
“And when the angels said: ‘O Maryam! Verily, God has chosen you, purified you,and chosen you above the women of the worlds of mankind and jinn.'” (Quran 3:42)

Ali ibn Abu Talib once said:
“I heard the Prophet of God saying Maryam, the daughter of Imran was the best among women.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)

It is clear that Maryam was no ordinary woman.

Maryam was a great and inspiring woman, not only for her story but for who she was - a kind, gentle, sweet, and pious soul. She holds a special place in Islam.

Abu Huraira once said:
The satan touches every son of Adam on the day when his mother gives birth to him with the exception of Maryam and her son. (Sahih Muslim)

She is one of the most significant and important women in Islam, as related by the Prophet: The best women of humankind are four - Mary, the mother of Jesus, Asiya, the wife of the Pharoah, Khadija, the wife of Prophet Muhammad, and Fatima, his own daughter.

The story of Maryam is one we should take heed of to learn virtuous and selfless character traits in the face of adversity. Maryam never faltered in her faith to serve God and her story provides a great example of how we should live our lives in the face of challenges and adversity. Maryam is an important role-model we should look towards emulating to improve ourselves and be better Muslims.



Mydin Mosque Auditorium

67 Jln Lapang, Singapore 419007




Ms Mariam Alias


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