In this episode of program we talked about hobbies and passions where do we draw the line.
This episode of Women contains challenges about choosing either state or religious schools in the West and generally in non-Muslim societies.
Peer pressure refers to situations on which you will show different reaction from normal situations. High school smoking is one of example caused by this behavior. Some studies show that women are more exposed to this situation than men. These results made us talk about this critical subject in this episode of Women.
In today’s societies people with different ethnicity and different cultural and religious backgrounds are coexisting side by side. Facing issues like discrimination and emerging new generations bold the importance of interface dialogue to have a peaceful life with people with different backgrounds. So this show is devoted to this prevailed and important topic of interface dialogue in the West.
Internet always provides people with some tools to be in touch and communicate with each other widely. One aspect of Internet is social networks which is prevailed among most of people all around the world and has affected the way we live and communicate with each other. In this show we concentrated on social networks.
What is our responsibility toward our own food consumption? Are we careful as consumers of meet about what we eat? Is the normal Halal sign enough to give you that trust to eat it? So to discuss about the subject of “Are We Careful What We Consume?” we invited two professional in this version of program, Sister Sebrina and Sakine Datou.
As the best sample for women, we looked at the life of Hazrat Fatima (SA). But the question is that if this lifestyle is suitable and traceable for 21st century living way? Can women in the family think about this ideal sample with today’s difficulties such working outside the house?
To make resolution about this idea we invited Sister Sebrina and Sister Sakine Datou in the studio.
All children have right of protection against abuse, neglect, exploitation, and violence. A family is the first line of protection for children, parents or other caregivers are responsible for building a protective and loving home environment.
With this in mind, we living in the West have a duty to extend that protection to children when they are in our mosques or our community centers. So in this episode we talked about child safeguarding both within our communities and extended surroundings. To discuss more the topic we invited sister Farzanah who is mother of 3 kids and expert in learning disabilities, and also we invited sister Neshat Bimani who is mother and also teaching assistant.
Learning disability affects the way a person understands information and how they communicate. It’s said that in UK about 1.5 million people have a learning disability. This means that they have difficulty in understanding new or complex information, learning new skills, and coping independently. This figure shows the importance of talking about learning disabilities. So we invited sister Farzaneh who is nurse and Sister Neshat Bimani, a teacher, to talk about this issue.
In this segment of our program we talked about “Mental Health”. To discuss this topic we invited Sara Al-Zubeidi and Mahnaz Bahaji, who are experts in issues related to women and families in Western societies.
One of the most prevailed issues in the modern world in the matter of eating. So this version of the program, women, is about eating disorders. In this program our experts were Fatima Mamadani and Wean Abit.
We reject things on the daily basis, we reject items we don’t want and opinion we don’t agree with and more on so. Rejection is as much a part of our world as is approval. But what happens when a human being rejects? To discuss more about the reason for rejection and the way to deal with it we invited Wean Abit, psychologist, and Fatima Mamdani, general practitioner, in the studio.