Life of a Muslim woman . The life of a Muslim woman is a little bit different but very interesting. do you think its boring being a Muslim woman? No ways. let me give you an insight on a Muslim woman’s life, how she spends her day etc.
firstly a Muslim woman is no different from any other woman on earth, for starters, she is a woman, she wears dresses (lol that Is an obvious point). all that i am trying to say is a Muslim woman is no different from any ordinary woman, the thing that differentiates her from other women is her faith and probably her dress choices. Islam has raised her status.
You are more than just a woman in Islam. You are much more than you can imagine.
Life of a Muslim woman
Islam gives a woman an important position in her life as well as the lives of those around her. Many women don’t know of the important position that is given to them in Islam, but hey! that’s not going to be the case from now on. She receives amazing positions as she grows into a woman, So my dear, I would love to begin by saying:
The prophet muhammad (p.b.u.h) said : Jannah (paradise) lies under the feet of mothers.
When she becomes a mother she isn’t just considered a mother, she is given a status whereby she has to be respected, because in order to enter paradise you have to make sure your mother is pleased with you. Islam puts importance to woman just as it gives importance to men, I mean if you happen to look through the Islamic history regarding women. you find many stories about their bravery, determination etc. let’s take a look at these incidents:
Umme Ziyaad (may Allah be pleased with her) said: “In Khaybar campaign, I along with other 5 women reached the battlefield. The prophet Muhammad (p.b.u h), having learnt this, sent for us. He said with anger, ‘who permitted you to come over here? Who brought you to this place?’ we said, ‘oh prophet of Allah (P.b.u.h)! We know knitting and we have some medicines with us. We shall help the mujahedeen (those who are striving in the path of Allah I.e., in battle) by supplying them with arrows, by attending them when they are sick, and by preparing food for them.’ The prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) permitted us to stay.”
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In the above we all see that the status that was given to woman in Islam was fairly earned by them. Despite the violence that was going on during battle, that did not stop their spirit and determination. The spirit they possessed cannot be found in the men of our times. So from now on, I want you to know that you are part of a chain of women that fought for what’s right, nothing stopped them from pleasing the almighty. honour the status that you have been given.
Umme Salim (may Allah be pleased with her) joined the Hunain campaign in the state of pregnancy while keeping a dagger with her. She had also taking part in the battle of uhud, wherein she tended to the wounds of the fighting men.
Despite being pregnant, her determination did not vanish. Those where the woman that helped us earn the great status in Islam.
The other example is that which Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) he is one of the companions of the prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) said: “ I saw Aisha (the wife of the prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h), (may Allah be pleased with her) and Umme Salim (may Allah be pleased with her) running back and forth in the battlefield, carrying water for the wounded”.
I would like to end by saying being a woman does not mean that you are weak, Islam has elevated your status so be proud of who you are.
‘’When she is a daughter, she opens the doors of Jannah (paradise) for her father. When she is a wife, she completes half of the deen (faith) of her husband. When she is a mother Jannah lies under her feet. If everyone knew the status of a Muslim woman in Islam, even men would want to be women.’’
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