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    Incident 1: Mr. M brought his wife to the hospital, she is in pain. Immediately a doctor came to see her. Mr. M said to the doctor, “Is there any Muslim female doctor”? “You do not encourage your women to become a doctor, then why are you looking for a female doctor”? Replied the doctor, “you like your women must stay at home and cook for you, therefore, other community took advantage, so they became the doctors and nurses,” continued the doctor.

    Incident 2: Headmaster wants to discuss the children’s welfare to the guardian. Some Muslim women came but they are in Niqab. Headmaster is talking about the important policies of children’s welfare. Unfortunately no women uttered a single word, because headmaster is a Muhrim, so they cannot talk. They asked, “Is there any Muslim teacher?” “How many teachers did you produce”? Said the headmaster, “You like your women must stay at home, why do you look for women teacher?”


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    Incident 1: Mr. M brought his wife to the hospital, she is in pain. Immediately a doctor came to see her. Mr. M said to the doctor, “Is there any Muslim female doctor”? “You do not encourage your women to become a doctor, then why are you looking for a female doctor”? Replied the doctor, “you like your women must stay at home and cook for you, therefore, other community took advantage, so they became the doctors and nurses,” continued the doctor.


    Unfortunately we Muslims like to be served and don't like to serve. We search for female Muslim docs and scholars and teachers and whatever and expect them to spring from the ground whenever the need arises. What should be done has to be decided at the community level, barriers to education identified and broken down and an entire culture rethought and redeveloped. My first younger sister is a Pharmacist and a Hafiz of the Qur'an. My second younger sister is a Paediatrician. My wife is a Gynecologist and my mother is a Lawyer. All these ladies have completed their studies in complete Hijab and those among them who are working now are also doing it in Hijab. It is not impossible or even difficult.

    Incident 2: Headmaster wants to discuss the children’s welfare to the guardian. Some Muslim women came but they are in Niqab. Headmaster is talking about the important policies of children’s welfare. Unfortunately no women uttered a single word, because headmaster is a Muhrim, so they cannot talk. They asked, “Is there any Muslim teacher?” “How many teachers did you produce”? Said the headmaster, “You like your women must stay at home, why do you look for women teacher?”

    It was the job of the fathers to come and not the mothers. The Headmaster would have been more careful in what he said then.
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    Salam Brother,
    your comment is really inspiring. Majority students in our school are Muslim. But our our Muslim people do not like to participate in the governing body. Men normally do not bring children to school, in fact women do. women do not take part in policy making. Other people come forward. Hindu, Sikhs etc are so well advanced. you do not have to tell them what to do. They know exactly. For school trip they come to help the teacher. So school have to look after them. Our Muslim women will be inside the niqab. They wont even talk. it is so odd in 21st century. our voice is not heard anywhere.


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    well,wats that yout doing who is currently studyin? just having a fag at univs? have u ever seen muslim girls in univs? 90% of them are just ............
    how can we create such women ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abu_Tamim View Post
    Incident 1: Mr. M brought his wife to the hospital, she is in pain. Immediately a doctor came to see her. Mr. M said to the doctor, “Is there any Muslim female doctor”? “You do not encourage your women to become a doctor, then why are you looking for a female doctor”? Replied the doctor, “you like your women must stay at home and cook for you, therefore, other community took advantage, so they became the doctors and nurses,” continued the doctor.


    Unfortunately we Muslims like to be served and don't like to serve. We search for female Muslim docs and scholars and teachers and whatever and expect them to spring from the ground whenever the need arises. What should be done has to be decided at the community level, barriers to education identified and broken down and an entire culture rethought and redeveloped. My first younger sister is a Pharmacist and a Hafiz of the Qur'an. My second younger sister is a Paediatrician. My wife is a Gynecologist and my mother is a Lawyer. All these ladies have completed their studies in complete Hijab and those among them who are working now are also doing it in Hijab. It is not impossible or even difficult.

    Incident 2: Headmaster wants to discuss the children’s welfare to the guardian. Some Muslim women came but they are in Niqab. Headmaster is talking about the important policies of children’s welfare. Unfortunately no women uttered a single word, because headmaster is a Muhrim, so they cannot talk. They asked, “Is there any Muslim teacher?” “How many teachers did you produce”? Said the headmaster, “You like your women must stay at home, why do you look for women teacher?”

    It was the job of the fathers to come and not the mothers. The Headmaster would have been more careful in what he said then.
    Wasalam.
    Salam aleikum

    Mashallah

    You have a wonderful family.

    I share your position but i am confused for few days after having read a thread here on the verse 33:33 of the Holy Quran on the instruction for the wifes of the Prophet (SAW) to remain at home. What do you think?

    Thanks


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    The meaning of the ayat is: "O wives of the Prophet! You are not like any other women. If you keep you have Taqwa, then be not soft in speech, lest he in whose heart is a disease should be moved with desire, but speak in an honorable manner. And stay in your houses, and do not Tabarruj yourselves like the Tabarruj of the times of ignorance"...
    The answer is in the ayat itself. ayat started "O wives of the prophet..." So specifically it is for the wives of prophet; not for the ordinary women.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Najat View Post
    The meaning of the ayat is: "O wives of the Prophet! You are not like any other women. If you keep you have Taqwa, then be not soft in speech, lest he in whose heart is a disease should be moved with desire, but speak in an honorable manner. And stay in your houses, and do not Tabarruj yourselves like the Tabarruj of the times of ignorance"...
    The answer is in the ayat itself. ayat started "O wives of the prophet..." So specifically it is for the wives of prophet; not for the ordinary women.
    No sister. The ayat is about all Muslim women even though it appears to be directed to the wives only. However for need it is allowed for women to come out in Hijab. Also certain educational and medical fields are a necessity for the Ummah for which women have to leave their houses and study and even work. For eg, if someone needs advice regarding termination of a pregnancy which can have deleterious effects on the mother and needs a female practising Muslim gynec for advice, then where will she go? These are practical questions that need to be thought out with a cool mind and a couple of decades of work put in in establishing our own Institutions for secular education where our women can study in complete seclusion and following Sunna guidelines. That is my thinking and I know that many will disagree but there don't seem to be many options.
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    Ayat says the "wives of the the prophet" but you saying no. Common sense agrees that the mother of the believers should be more virtuous than the ordinary women. therefore some special rules would be given to them. As the prophet (SAW) was given some extra worship and some facilities too. it was his speciality that he could marry more than four. no other human being can. similarly mother of the believers cannot marry after prophet (SAW)'s demise. because they are given a higher status. so obviously there should be some rules for them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nameuser View Post
    probably this is homework for u..read the interpretation of the mentioned Ayat from authentic source..'TAFSEER IBN KATHEER'...instead of arguing where u have no knowledge of what u are talking about.
    Little knowledge people always suffer with impatience. instead of pointing at me stay on the topic. when a religious scholar cannot give a rational solution for human need people turn away from the scholar. This what happening in the society. Time and time Tafseers were written to meet the people's need. otherwise one tafseer would have been enough. in financial sector Hadrat taqi Uthmany's many decisions are based on different mazhab's theory. why did moved away from his own mazhab? in some cases he uses logic. why is it hat. only reason to accommodate the human need. otherwise there will be no Islamic bank.
    Did you know that last month Saudi scholars issued fatawa that uprising against regime is haram. I wonder from which Ibn Kathir all this interpretations come from!


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    Quote Originally Posted by nameuser View Post
    Subhanallah...Allah swt. may rewrd u for this superb response!
    interesting!!!

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode...he_Saudi_Veil/


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