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The Muslim Woman’s Dress according to the Qur’an and Sunnah, to some as a subject the Muslim women’s dress may sound trivial. The shari’ah, however, assigns it moral, social, and legal dimensions. One basic requirement to be a true believer according to the Qur’an is to make one’s opinions, feelings, and inclinations subservient to whatever Allah and his Messenger decided.
Women as Wives.
Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: "Do treat your women well and be kind to them for they are your partners and committed helpers." (Last sermon).
In Islam, Women are the twin halves of men. she is the half of the society who raises the other half owing her each aspect of manners, qualities and capabilities they acquisitively maintain.
Islam gave Economic Rights to Women 1300 years Before the Western World.
Logical Reasons Why in Islam Women Inherit Half of what Men.
Allah Reveals an Entire Chapter Because of This Woman,Who is She?
Women in Islam are thought to be subjugated, degraded, oppressed - but are they really? Are millions of Muslims simply that oppressive or are these misconceptions fabricated by a biased media?
Islam shows us how our differences benefit the society. Men and women are given different, yet complementary social roles according to Islamic principles. Equal yet Different.
Islam came as a rescue to the mankind over fourteen hundred years ago. According to our religion, both men and women enjoy rights and freedom that recently became known to modern societies.
Islam, the compassionate religion, gives the woman a fair share of inheritance, and requires the man to ensure that she is well looked after.
A woman’s inheritance is an issue raised by the enemies of Islam today, they try to picture Islam as unjust to women and their rights. But what if it turns out to be quite the opposite? The rights given to women by Islam, including financial rights such as inheritance, are unmatched in any other belief.
In the eyes of many Westerners, Muslim women are hidden behind negative stereotypes that portray them as oppressed or subservient wives and daughters.
Before Islam women were viewed as the embodiment of sin disgrace and shame. They had no rights or position in society.
Women were considered like chattel to be possessed, bought, sold or inherited in Arabia before Islam. The Quran forbade it in (4:9).
The hijab is an act of obedience to Allah and to his Prophet sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam, Allah says in the Qur'an.
The burqa is clearly not oppressive or anti-social. It does not pose security risks or create barriers between the wearer and society. Rather, it is the personal choice of women wanting to gain closeness to God, and should be respected as such.
Over fourteen hundred years ago, Islam gave women rights that women in the West have only recently began to enjoy.
Many in the West have stereotyped Islam as anti-women, claiming that Muslim women are oppressed and subservient wives and daughters. Indeed, quite the opposite is true.
The equality of men and women in Islam goes back to the creation of Adam and Eve and their description in the Quran. Muslims believe that Adam and Eve were not created identically, but made to complement each other.