Can A Woman Travel Without A Mahram In A Group That Guarantees Her Safety

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Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim

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The speaker discusses the idea that women can travel unaccompanied without a mushroom and that a woman can travel in groups, which is guaranteed safety. They also mention the use of the prophetattis Selim's example of traveling from Yemen to Mecca, which was seen as a way to avoid injuries. The speaker suggests that this is a culture that is still present today and encourages viewers to share their own experiences.

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Can a woman travel unaccompanied without a mushroom? Can she travel in a group that is guaranteed her safety?

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Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was that? It's an important question. I think that that comes up to a lot of unhemmed of law, religious conservative Muslims, whether our sisters, our mothers, our wives can travel and accompany especially with some of the difficulties that are experienced around the world today. There's a lot of evidence from the Sunnah of the prophet SAW Selim that he saw and foresaw that a woman for example, in the hadith of Allah Muslim, would travel from Yemen all the way up towards the Mecca to make a love, and that nobody would molest her as she traveled on her own. And it's almost as if the prophets I seldom saw that

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that time would come. It's not a recommendation from him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it's not something that we build a hochma from, but I want to show you that it wasn't something that was seen as, you know, a concept that was so offensive. It was something that it was very strange for their time, people used to travel by Camelback, there were a lot of Britons who would be on the way who would take your property and slavery was very much a practice of the time where someone would lay hands on you and enslave you. So there were a lot of different concerns that are different to where we find ourselves today. I kind of tend to with that amount today who have a legitimate point of

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view, that if there is a guarantee of safety, if you're traveling in good company, and if you are taken from one place to the next and you're escorted and and you know there's a relative assurance that you will get from one place to the other from the gate of one airplane to the gate of another plane and and you're met by your family there that that's something that should be acceptable in sha Allah Allahu Tada. Subscribe to this channel, share this video and click on the bell icon so that you can be notified with every new video at faith. IQ does that