Role of Mother

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Role of mothers at home
In the first place, every Muslim woman needs such an illuminating way of thinking and intelligent mentality of yours, our sister. In fact, what you have stated is clear. A Muslim woman’s main role is to care for her house and fulfill the responsibility placed on her shoulder by her Lord.
This does not mean that we oppose woman’s work; rather, we stress the fact that the main work of a woman is to work in her house. Her product is her children. It is a valuable work indeed.
Elaborating more on this, we cite the following:
Apart from her role as a wife, the Muslim woman has a very important role as a mother. The status and value attached to parents in the Muslim world is very high. The Qur 'an says: (Your Lord
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In both the Qur’an and Hadith, the principles of strong belief and good conduct are highly stressed, and good conduct begins at home with one 's closest relatives.

Sister! listen to the best Teacher and Guide for humanity, Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him as he elevated women from their status as chattel to the dignity of being equal servants of Allah with men. Yet, their status in society was not conditioned upon entering man 's world. Their most important task is to take care of their homes and children. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) says in this regard, addressing women: “Take care of your home for that is your Jihad.”(Musnad Ahmad). Jihad is the epitome of Islamic life. Declaring home-making as Jihad for women is giving it the highest possible status in an Islamic society.

Not only is it an all-important task, only women are uniquely qualified to do it. It is not by accident that pregnancy and nursing are purely feminine tasks. Allah has given women the special talents and psychological makeup needed to take care of children. There is no substitute for mother 's milk or mother 's love. No one can extract a bottle of motherly compassion. Her patience, kindness, willingness to sacrifice her own comforts, and her natural affinity for children -- and the children 's natural affinity for the mother-- are the key to successful upbringing of children. A mother understands
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