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“Muslim Women! Stay at Home!And stay in your houses and do not display your finery like the displaying of the ignorance of yore”. (The Holy Quran 33/33)
Free Mixing with Men
Women and Dawah
- The Role of Women in Da’wah – by Abu Tasneem Dawood Adeeb
A clarification of the role of the Muslim woman in da’wah. This lecture clarifies the middle correct path between two extremes: one extreme which does not afford any such role to the woman, and the other extreme which exaggerates in giving liberties to women.
- The Role Of Women In Dawah – by Aboo Hakeem Bilaal Davis
- The Virtues of the Wives of the Du’aat – by Abu Tasneem Dawood Adeeb
States Aboo Tasneem Daawood Adeeb, “The woman who is married to the person who is giving da’wah has to have some qualities. Because she is going to have some pros and some cons. She has a job which is a job for a special woman. And we are not saying that the woman who is married to the person who calls to the way of Allaah is a special woman within herself, we are saying that the woman who is married to a man who has taken up the job full-time as a da’iyah to Allaah and his Tawheed and to call the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allaah (sallaAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and manhaj as-salafee and al-‘aqeedatus-salafiyyah, that woman has to be a special woman. She has to have special characteristics that will afford her the opportunity to be able to reap the benefits of being married to a man that has devoted his time on a full-time basis to give da’wah to the people, to call the people to Allaah…”
Women and Ibadah
Polygamy and Polygyny
- Polygyny part 01 – Polygyny part 02 – by Abul Hasan Malik al-Akhdar
Listen to the recording of a recent radio program broadcast live on 900AM WURD in Philadelphia PA. Our brother, Abul-Hasan Maalik Ibn Aadam appeared as a guest of the show to explain polygyny in Islaam. He additionally spoke about womens rights in Islaam, especially in polygynous marriages, and he also took questions from Muslim and non-Muslim callers.
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