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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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DBWRF Jul 7
Show us how much you love chocolate on
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DBWRF Jun 15
Fathers play a very important role in the life of their children, but a daughter’s relationship with her father is very special. Read what our daughters have to say about their inspiring fathers here:
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DBWRF Jun 4
May Allah's light shine bright on us, and guide us in everything we do.
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DBWRF May 29
When we break our fast at the masjid, the entire community comes together to share a meal, thereby strengthening our bonds with each other, and uniting us over prayers and food.
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DBWRF May 27
Our thirst and hunger are a reminder that there are several people who cannot afford a meal, and encourages us to be generous, and help our less fortunate brethren.
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DBWRF May 25
While fasting, we learn to be more conscious of our being, and out of a deep love for Allah, exercise self-restraint.
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DBWRF May 24
Fasting helps us discipline our desires and focus on devoting ourselves to God.
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DBWRF May 23
During each and every moment of the fast, we control our desires as a mark of respect to Allah. At this time, our virtues of patience, and consciousness of duty, strengthens our faith.
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DBWRF May 22
By abstaining from all bodily pleasures between dawn to dusk, we are likely to realise where we have been going wrong with the way we live our lives, and break the habits of lying, gossiping, and wasting time.
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DBWRF May 21
Did you know that fasting helps us develop self-control, a deeper sense of understanding of Allah’s gifts, and gain a sense of compassion towards the less fortunate.
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The Dawoodi Bohras May 16
“Wearing a hijab...has been a source of empowerment because it grounds me and allows me to focus on things that matter,” Fatema Merchant on becoming the first hijab-wearing woman to make partner at a Washington D.C., firm.
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Harish Kaushik May 12
A true story to be told and emulate. Kudos strong Mothers, whose efforts are laudable!!
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Jamila Shehabi May 12
Happy mothers day. We love you dbwrf
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DBWRF May 12
Being a mother is discovering strengths you didn’t know you have, and facing fears you didn’t know existed. This Mother's Day we salute supermoms from the Dawoodi Bohra community, who have overcome all odds while raising their children. Read here:
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DBWRF Apr 26
We are LIVE on with Dr. Alifiya Bhol on how to stay healthy during . Join here :
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DBWRF Apr 26
Stay healthy in ! Join us tomorrow on our page for a LIVE Q&A session with Dr. Alifyia Bhol.
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DBWRF Apr 15
Replying to @bohrabohra2
To each his own :)
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The Dawoodi Bohras Apr 13
The Women’s Association for Religious Freedom conducts nationwide toy donation drive on .
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DBWRF Apr 11
On the occasion of , we spoke to women across generations, to find out what tips they followed, and passed on to their daughters. Click here to read:
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DBWRF Apr 8
Here are the winners of our contest! Read these beautiful poems on our blog:
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