Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Women in Islam

Prophet ( Peace be upon Him) and Importance of Family

Prophet (PBUH) said " The best of you is the one who is best to his family. And I am the best of you to my family." ( al- Tarmidhi and Ibn Majah, Sahih)

How Prophet ( PBUH) would deal with his family: Al Aswad bin Yazid said, " I asked ' Aishah- may Allah be pleased with her - how Allah's Messenger ( PBUH) would behave in his house. She Said, ' He would be serving his family, and when the time for prayer would come he would perform ablution and leave to pray."

Prophet ( PBUH) would advise people to treat their womenfalk with kindness and have regard for their emotions so that they may live with them in happyness. He advised fathers to be kind to their daughters. " Whoever looks after two girls until they have grown up, he and I will be on the day of Resurrection like this," said the Prophet ( PBUH) as he joined his fingurs together.
He also advised sons to look after their mothers. He wasasked "Who should I honour most? After Allah and Prophet"
The Prophet ( PBUH) replied, " Your mother, then your mother, then your mother, and then your father."
Prophet (PBUH) said on His last Hajj in front of hundred thousand pilgrims," You must treat your womenfalk well! You must traet your womenfolkwell!!" ( Muslim and al-Tirmidhi)

A women can be patient with her husband's poverty, unattractiveness, and busy schedule, but she can not be patient with his rude behaviour.

In Islam Mother's are honoured, daughteres are honoured and wives are honoured. Islams gives best to the women, the respect and honour she deserves.

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