The Story of A Verse #12 – Men & Women
Channel: Ibrahim Hindy
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Some of the women at the time of the Prophet sallallahu, I knew he was sending them, when they would read the Quran, they would feel left out, they would read the verses of the quarter and, and they felt like it was constantly addressing the men. When Allah subhanaw taala speaks about the virtues of the believers, the main one, or the Muslim woman or the Muslims, these are terms that are in the masculine tense. They felt that the virtues and the praise or the commandments, or the or the prohibitions were all being addressed to men and that women were not being included in many of the verses in the Quran. Almost sentimental, the Allahu anhu, the wife of the Prophet salallahu alayhi
wa sallam, she felt this too. So she wanted the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she said, why is it that the Quran is constantly mentioning the men addressing the men and it's not addressing the women? She said, I complain this to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and she said, a mere moments later, I saw the prophets of Allah who said I'm the member in the masjid, saying, Oh people, Allah has revealed this verse.
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The amazing thing about this question is that it could have been answered without Allah subhana wa tada sending a verse, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam could have simply said to almost sentiment, that in the language in the Arabic language, when Allah when when the masculine tense is being used, or being invoked, it refers to both men and women. It remember it refers to both genders. That's the way that the language works. So if you mentioned something in the masculine tense, it can apply to both men and women. And yet, because Allah subhanaw taala cares about the emotions in the states of the people, Allah Subhana Allah immediately revealed this verse to our
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And then what's the MENA well Muslim at what meaning? I mean, at the most of the men in the Muslim women, and the believing men and the believing women, Allah specified men and women in this verse very explicitly, very clearly, to make sure that the women at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, felt included in the Quran that they felt included in what Allah subhanaw taala was sending upon His Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that they felt like they belonged in this religion to another woman came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one day. She said, Why is it when I read the Quran? And the praise of the hedger of them,
what had your own is always mentioning the men and it doesn't mention the women. Why is it that the men are mentioned in the hedgerow and the women are not mentioned in the hedgehog? And when she made this complaint again, Allah Subhana Allah revealed a verse, Allah Subhana Allah says is the jab I don't want to boom and Neela will be I met I met him and that Karina will answer but I will come in Bob that Allah subhana wa tada says, and and, and the Lord responded to them, for will I allow the work of anyone who works to be lost, male or female, you are of one another. And so Allah subhanaw taala in this verse shows us clearly that men and women are equal in the sight of Allah.
Hello Tyler in their striving in their effort in their sincerity and their attempts to attain the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala they are equal and Allah subhanaw taala will never allow our work and our struggle men or female to be lost.