The Rights Of The Muslim Woman

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The Rights of the Muslim Woman. In this recent centuries, many women around the world were given their rights, and New Zealand was the first country to give that right to women. But before people worried about rights, and this is going back thousand centuries ago, There was a dark time, people were ignorant and believed Superstitions. So they were told having a girl in the family will ruin their status among their people, and she’ll also bring bad luck. Someone will dies, or they’ll be out of money. This kept going for couple of years till Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) was given the Quran. When the Quran came down a lot of laws were changed and some were brought down, and some of the ones that were…show more content…
Allah didn’t say, men can pray five times a day and women should pray three times a day. No Allah is not favoring no one. The other side, when it comes to among the men and women, Allah said each of them is good at what they do. And what that means is that if men are good at going out and doing the outside labor, and bringing the money home then they should do that. While if women are good at staying home and taking care their kids and home and they should do that. But there is no part in the Quran that said women are not allowed to be educated because their only job is taking care of their husbands and children. When a verse/law of the Qur 'an use to comes down Allah will use both masculine and feminine to estimate who should read it and who should follow it, and women were tough to read because of that, so they should know their sharia- Islamic law (Dr Raheeq Ahmad Abbasi). And in another Hadith is mentioned that, a man came to the Prophet and asked who had the most respect from him in his family, and the Prophet (peace be upon him) answered “ you mother” three times and the fourth time said “your father” (The Book of Virtue). This Hadith shows us how important a mother is in the Islamic world. In the commandments, Allah says the worst thing a person could do is worship Him and at the same time worship another god, and the second was to be disobedient to your parents. So in Islam we can’t disrespect our parents, including our
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