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Look For a Pious Spouse -- But What is Piety?
Dr Lisa Killinger
The popular book "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" is the inspiration for this talk about gender relations and challenges within a Muslim marriage. As the title suggests, it sometimes seems as if men and women come from two different planets! After outlining a few of the basic differences between the genders, sister Lisa then looks at the common ground upon which men and women can build a solid foundation for a successful marriage. What practical things can we do to work through the differences and come to a better understanding and appreciation of our spouses? What are the core characteristics of an Islamic marriage? And how are each other's rights and responsibilities a tool that can actually be utilized in moving closer to harmony and happiness?
Brother Ako suggests that our problems begin before marriage, that we don't prepare ourselves correctly for the life-altering step of marriage. He emphasizes the need to follow the instructions given to us in the Holy Qur'an in building solid relationships. He also looks at the problem of the breakdown in communication between the sexes.
Other topics discussed: the blessing of sex within marriage, divorce as an outlet, talking about sex, the need to mentor one another, same-sex marriage, the extended family as a support, and sexuality in the Islamic tradition.
How are Muslims perceived as a result of the 9/11 terrorist attacks? Do people associate Islam with terrorism more or less since September 11th? Muslim women with their head-coverings are on the frontlines since they stand out in the crowd. They must, therefore, be equiped with the proper knowledge of Islam as well as the knowledge of how they are perceived so they can respond to the many questions and comments they may face in their interaction with non-Muslims. This lecture serves as a tool to help in this great challenge as Dr. Lisa Killinger, an Amercian convert to Islam, shares her experiences with non-Muslims both before and after September 11th. She opens by telling her story of how she discovered Islam in 1979 on the Iowa State University campus. She then continues by echoing the question asked by her own mother upon her conversion, "What kind of woman would want to be a Muslim, afterall they are oppressed!" So Dr. Killinger debunks this myth by outling the status of women in pre-Islamic Arabia and how Islam liberated and dignified them by giving them rights which are still upheld to this day. Some of the rights she discusses in this talk: the right to vote, to inheritence, to divorce, to the use of birth control, to marriage to whomever is desired, and to an education. Nevertheless, the actions of some Muslims may speak to the contrary but, as the speaker reminds the audience, these actions must be distinguished from the teachings of the religion itself. All too often the cultural practices of a person get confused with the religious practices. The speaker also looks at the example of Aslamia: the first female physician in Islam, modesty and the head-covering common to all the Abrahamic faiths, the example of Khadijah, how to explain polygamy to others, Islamic prohibitions that benefit women, non-Muslim attitudes about hijab (head covering), and the role of Muslim women in a non-Muslim society. The lecture is concluded with Dr. Killinger sharing the results of a post-9/11 survey about non-Muslim perceptions of Muslim women.
Name: Lisa Zaynab Killinger
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Title: Associate Professor
Academic Degrees and/or Credentials: D.C.
Discipline: Diagnosis & Radiology and Research
Phone: (563) 884-5854 and 5902
Office Location: Administration Building, Room 140, and Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research
Courses Taught: Healthy Aging;
Logan Basic Technique Elective Quote: "Seek knowledge. It enables its possessor to tell right from wrong. It lights the way to heaven. It is our friend in the desert, our company in solitude, and our companion when friendless. It guides us to happiness, sustains us in hard times, it is an ornament among friends and an armor against enemies." --Prophet Muhammed
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