Labaik Ya Zahra (sa) shares a vision for the woman of today to be educated and independent.
The woman of today is, sophisticated, courageous, smart and intelligent, yet, her rights
are constantly under threat from oppression, illiteracy, abuse and poverty. She has
been denied her rights for so long under the ignorance of todays society.
In turn, she is in search of a divine law that would represent her human rights,
is there such a divine law? Is there someone she can turn to in the form of a role model,
who she can look up to for support on these issues?