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Dawoodi Bohra Women for Religious Freedom (DBWRF) has been formed to give voice to mainstream DBwomen. The time has come to stand up & be counted!
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Common Sense 19h
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Superb! This reflects on the importance of literacy in the Dawoodi Bohra community. It also shows how encouraging the community is to the girl child.
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DBWRF 22h
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DBWRF Apr 22
It gives us great pride to share news of our young women who have released their own books. women are making great strides in all walks of life and are an inspiration to all of us!
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Farida Shehabi Apr 21
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OMG! If this wasn't so insane, it would actually be funny! Are you guys serious? Can u imagine the scenario, an invited guest comes to my house, I'm standing in the doorway demanding to know if they are circumsized or not?! *Shakes head in exasperation*
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ZZK Apr 20
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Hah!Really? I attend more shitabis in a year than U have organised in your entire lifetime of lies & well,I've NEVER been asked whether or not I was circumcised.We meet there to remember our prophet SAW's daughter not talk about our private parts!
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DBWRF Apr 19
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of all the true and practicing community members, and we strongly condemn this. [3/3]
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DBWRF Apr 19
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Just like all its activities, Sahiyo has once again tried to misrepresent us and defame our religious and cultural practices. The use of such a pious tradition of 'Mithi Shitabi' which is in the name of Maa Fatema (A.S.), has greatly hurt sentiments [2/3]
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DBWRF Apr 19
The article on the 'Thaal Pe Charcha' event by Sahiyo is intentional misinformation designed to malign the image of our community. 'Mithi Shitabi' is an inclusive tradition which does not discriminate between circumcised and non-circumcised women. [1/3]
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DBWRF Apr 19
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Just like all its activities, Sahiyo has once again tried to misrepresent us and defame our religious and cultural practices. (2/2)
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DBWRF Apr 19
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This is intentional misinformation designed to malign the image of our community. Mithi Shitabi is an inclusive tradition which does not discriminate between circumcised and non-circumcised women. (1/2)
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The Dawoodi Bohras Apr 2
On his death anniversary, we remember the 51st Dai, Dr Syedna Taher Saifuddin and his unparalleled, tireless dedication to the betterment of the community and of humanity at large. .
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The Dawoodi Bohras Mar 22
Mumbai artist Zaenab JI, celebrated by showcasing her collection of paintings inspired by poetry, as part of the Radiant Arts exhibition at Fort in Mumbai.
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J I J Mar 25
Samina Sachak from Tanzania displays at The One & Only Royal Mirage Dubai Art, Showcasing global women Artists. Amazing to see such great Bohra talent! Proud of your accomplishments Samina!
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DBWRF Mar 16
Life's a canvas, and we are proud of our for having painted a bright future for themselves through their works.
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DBWRF Mar 15
Rashida Vandeliwala is a prominent dietician with extensive training in Home Science, and a passion for helping others. She uses a combination of , inner healing, and nutrition to provide a holistic treatment to those who need it. Read more:
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DBWRF Mar 13
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But we won't have any of it. As , we have vowed to celebrate all Dawoodi Bohra women and that is what we will do! (5/5)
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DBWRF Mar 13
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Real issue at hand is that a narrative is being spun by certain organizations wherein women from the community are being reduced to just one issue. They're being told that your hard work, your altruism, your progress is not worthy of discussion to these people.(4/5)
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DBWRF Mar 13
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Yet, instead of celebrating these achievements, we get false accusations of FGM practitioners. (3/5)
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DBWRF Mar 13
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We would also like to highlight that organizations that are so called 'Pro Women', 'Pro Women's Rights' are finding it hard to celebrate the achievements of proud, successful Dawoodi Bohra women. (2/5)
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DBWRF Mar 13
The article in question celebrates Women on . So, either, that our women should keep toiling away and not be celebrated or elements causing issues should reveal what their true motive is for demeaning and disrespecting champion . (1/5)
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