Fiqh and Fatawa Specific to Women

Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari

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The F matter of Women's course is designed for women interested in discussing issues related to their private and partnered life. The course covers topics such as personal and private life, issues related to their partners, and topics like marriage, divorce, and family life. The course is designed for women interested in discussing issues related to their private private life, and writing in Arabic on the topic of "mar attracted women" is a good choice. The speakers discuss the importance of studying in a public setting, particularly when children are young, and how it can enhance women’s desire. They also discuss the importance of women having different roles and activities, rules, and guidelines, and the importance of covering one's body. The course is designed for women interested in women's health and women's issues, and the potential for further research and conclusions is discussed.

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Sudarshana Rahim hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi marine while coolamon Toby our home via sanitary within

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a lot of Marlena van Firmino. And finally my LinkedIn I was in Ireland was local government parliament in Ireland. I lived in a country, Timo Bardot la marina

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la law

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Well, you know about in about animals, you know about

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respected brothers and I think it's only sisters I think Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh and some of the brothers as well.

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I welcome all of you, with apologies for a slight delay to this free webinar organized by Albula

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Academy May Allah subhanaw taala reward their efforts. This is a

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just a very simple sort of session

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where we want to introduce

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the topic of

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the Farrakhan fatawa of women,

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which is a course the film of women, which is a course that will sort of commence comments.

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Next week, inshallah Darla, as I've been told. So this is a

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introductory, free webinar

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designed for the sisters, to explore the

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contemporary questions related to related to Muslim women's public and private life.

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Okay,

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Inshallah, in the next half hour or so, I will just try to talk about certain issues, which I feel are very important. And then Inshallah, what we'll do is we'll take some question and says, some

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questions that you might have

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in relation to this topic, and the course that's going to be

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provided in the next few weeks.

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The feta and fatawa of women.

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The course that Albula Academy has designed, which has been delivered previous in the previous years, as well,

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which is the first of women

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and has various teachers who teach the full course, which is over a period of, I don't know how many weeks I personally and hamdulillah on a to at least take a few, three, four different

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classes in this course, and some topics that I also cover. There's other teachers as well, mashallah, who teach

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a lot of females involved as well. So

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this course

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relates to specifically issues. This course covers, specifically issues that relate to our sisters, Muslim women, Muslim sisters.

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Now, you might ask,

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why a special course why is there a need? Why a special course just for sisters? I mean, there's no no by the way, there's no presentation and we don't have any slides today etc. Because this is just a lecture like like a talk. So normally, we have slides etc. On the screen to you rather look at the screen that look at me, but unfortunately, I have to just look down there somewhere. So

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why specifically

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a course designed for Muslim women and sisters. That's a question. I mean, I was I was just before this I had a lover hamdulillah offer different

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courses on different topics, different levels, this course is going to be level one and then I think goes to level two. I don't really know a lot of the details. But I have many sessions I teach as as a teacher. Those who are the admin Department and in charge of a biller will know further details and more details. But just before this, I actually taught for an hour and a half. I just finished about 20 minutes ago and then actually I was teaching monotone the first session and then I thought I'll come in the office here for this particular class. Because I had to come here as well anyway next to the masjid but

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that was a course on business transactions and Islamic finance.

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An hour and a half. So whilst I was coming from the driving to here, I was

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This particular thought came to my mind that this is something that needs to be discussed. Why specifically a cause for sisters? Why don't we have a beloved url below Academy offers various courses and not just about our academy, everyone or all the different organizations, we offer courses on different topics. So we have a course on Islamic medical ethics and a liberal our academy that's this is a very old course of different levels. And so many students, both brothers and sisters, male and female men and women have taken part in the field of medicine and a course level one, level two, level three, level four, where we you know, there's been courses that have been

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designed and courses have been offered on Islamic finance, on food on Halal on the Wii.

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I don't even know this, there's so many other different courses that are offered.

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But you don't find a cause.

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The fact of men, you don't have the cause. The fact of elderly men, the fact of elderly or young younger men or younger women or you know, it's not based. All the courses are based on topics.

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If you understand what I'm trying to say all the courses are based on marriage, business, finance, halal haram food that we have

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interest, arriba medicine, you know, for the people in the field of medication and in the medical field, but doctors, and there might be a course for lawyers, people in the legal

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department. So courses are based on topics rather than gender of the person who's attending all other courses, we have brothers and sisters

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who attend the courses. And this is throughout everywhere in the world. Generally, when you have books written as well, books are written on topics. This is a book on Islamic finance. This is the book on marriage. This is the book on divorce is a book on family life. This is a book on salah, this is a book on modern issues to do with business and finances is a book on modern issues relating to medicine and treatment. It's not about the gender.

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This is the only course

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specially for women, the fact of women.

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Now the men are going to complain.

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Now we have feminists, and we have men and men and feminists. You have feminists who complain about women not being treated well in the world. And you have now machinists who complain about men not being treated well and given equal treatment. All the men are going to start crying. This is not fair. What what so what why women? Why are women so special that you have special costs for women? What have we done wrong?

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Where's our Costco?

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This is a question that could come into anyone's mind.

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Even when I talked about books, we have books on all these topics. But then there are specifically books written

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on just

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issues relating to women. For tower and Nisa, for tower for women. I have a book I just I just came in right now just one minute I just want to go onto the

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shelf there just there's lots of Arabic books that I picked up this one I just saw. Let me just as an example, let me just pick one up, it's picked up. This is a book written Arabic

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is a little little diverse and how communiversity Marathi and Muslim Aveda nisab especially women fatawa and rules and the outcome and the injunctions and the guidelines and the laws relating to the laborers the dress of a Muslim woman.

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And this actually has been written by a female this this one has been written by a female

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because the name she's put on this little sturdza no known bint Mohammed noon, she didn't put her name. She just put noon I don't know what her first name is. But she felt like not wanting to give her full name so she just put noon in some culture she's a serious scholar.

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She's a expert on solar

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sorry, I don't if she is originally a serene but she's, she teaches in Kuwait.

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And she's written a whole book in Arabic on this topic.

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Especially Afghan of Libras just for women.

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Now to answer this question,

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that why sometimes why normally

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courses, books, discussions are based on topics. But along with the topics we always add

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the gender of women books, especially for women, of course, especially for women.

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And you don't find that for the male gender, or any other gender, who there is one.

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So, why specially specifically for women?

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What is the answer? And this is what I want to explain in this few minutes that we have

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to answer is simple

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is that we're just trying to make women happy. That's just a joke.

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But, you know, it could be sometimes it could be some people who just want to give importance to women, because, you know, there's too many people saying that women are not given importance, or that's give more importance to women. Some people might have that idea. But you know, just especially for women, like, you know, make them feel that they're important.

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Because people don't you know, everything else. But the issue is that everything else is for men and women as well. And that's why some women, they might actually feel offended, or why are you singling us out as important, like you need to make someone feel in, see the feminism is also different degrees. Some, some feminists are so extreme level feminism, that when you do something for them, they don't like that, as well, because they're trying to, they think that you're trying to make them feel as though that they weren't important. And now you're making them important, this very sophisticated mind of feminism. They're like, why are you saying that we have a special, you know,

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you don't need to treat a special because we're already special. So you're trying to say that we're not special. Now you just trying to be nice to us, you know, just just so some people do it for that reason.

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Another really important, so that's just what some people do. But the reason there's two main reasons. One reason is that

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a lot of the times females don't have the opportunities, sadly, so they don't have the opportunities to

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take part. In other study circles or you know, the, they don't have as many opportunities where they can study.

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Men generally have more opportunities. Now whether that's right or wrong, and what the reasoning behind that is, as well and why there's not as much female scholarship as male scholarship, etc. That's a whole different discussion. But for this reason, a lot of times books are dedicated courses are dedicated specifically for women, so that this gives them a full chance, because a lot of the times the teachers are males as well. And of course, the male will always be around males. And you know, there's more opportunities I've been teaching for the past 15 years, different places, and so many times throughout the country on different parts of the world. A common question or the common,

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like complaint that comes from sisters, is that you know what, we don't get the opportunity. Like, you know, I've traveled somewhere for three or four days in another country, we've had courses on courses or a particular course are no different on a particular topic. In between the court you have brothers and sisters present and taking part in that course. But the sisters will they will ask questions in the designated q&a. So you know, we have like one hour question answers that write the questions and just like the brothers, but the brothers have an added advantage is that in the breaks, you're going to Salah now or you're going to have tea or you're going to have lunch and the

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brothers are walking with you and talking with you. And they asking you and so an assistants can't do that. So that's why then a lot of these times people have a special designated I remember, I've been to Toronto, Canada many times. And every time I go there, they have a special designated one hour lecture specifically just for sisters, no brothers allowed only for sisters, and an exclusive q&a For sister so that they have full time. So that's one of the reasons. And another reason which I feel, which is a really, really important reason is this is actually a good reason. And then the main reason is that we find that sisters have generally this is a really good quality, have more

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zeal, generally, you know, to learn about deed and they have more interest. A lot of the times we offer courses, I'm not just talking about Ebola, but generally in the world, even physically before COVID I mean inshallah and hopefully COVID ends and we are able to travel again and go to different places, but when I used to travel and then when I used to go to different places and all the courses you always have double the amount of sisters and the brothers and sisters are there they're on time they're punctual. They're more passionate than they want to learn more about the so when someone is more eager to learn about Dean and more, you know, interested and more passionate about something

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then you give them more exclusivity and give them more time and that is probably one of the reasons why a lot of times you know a lot of organizations have exclusive webinars or seminars or courses or classes or special time lectures programs, especially especially dedicated to sisters because there's you they feel that there's more interest and they feel that there's more

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desire and more sort of desire and this eagerness to learn about dean. And another reason that comes to mind as well before I go to the main reason is that these are reasons just come into my mind right now, another reason is that maybe sisters, the one of the reasons is that sisters, because of the nature of their responsibilities, and because of the nature of what they do in life, and Subhanallah, they do a lot, and they do much more

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in most cases than men, you know, because they have to juggle between outside life and work as well. And then bringing up children and then being a mom and being, you know, a wife. And I mean, I'm the man is being a husband, as well as

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being a mom, but then the man is being a father as well. But but there is a difference. Of course, the man, you see, we have to be careful here because you know this when we say this, this is a problem. It's a double edged sword, it's a problem and to talk in this current climate, it's a double problem, like I was saying, the men can complain that, you know, they're being mothers or to not fathers, their wives. So are we not husbands? So the men, the feminists can complain, but even more so the extreme super feminist can complain, because they don't want to like this. I've read feminism quite a lot. And honestly, the subtle subtle things that get offended by it's crazy. It's

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like, you know, sometimes you say something good or something about women, or they get more offended with that, because they think that means we were not good. Like, why do you have to specially tell us that, you know, you're, you're a good person, or you're doing good, we're normal, just like, man, you don't go until men, but this is they think that it's an indirect way of thinking now, you know, you're, you know, we're lower than the male gender. But anyway, that's a topic on its own. And feminism is a topic that we can talk about another time. But this is there's no denying of the fact that women do have a greater role to play with children, especially when the children are young.

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This is, you know, general understanding. Look, men have fathers as well, women are mothers as well. But children when they are young, then they need their mother more the role of the mother is greater than the role of the father, when they are older than the role of the father is more than than the role of the mother. This is why Islamic child custody laws are based on this concept. When there's a divorce and separation, for example, between the husband and the wife, Islamic child custody laws are such that when the children are young, they stay with the mother, whether it's a boy or a girl, when they're young, they stay with the mother. Why? Because the child needs the mother more, there's

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breastfeeding. I mean, there's no denying of the fact that the man doesn't breastfeed. Yeah, normally, I don't think any man breastfeeds so unless, you know, there's another equal equality movement, wanting to say that it's not fair that you know why only women breastfeed and why men not wild is crazy nowadays, but anyway, so that in itself, they have they have to give time for that, you know, and they have to childbirth itself. This is this is clear fact. Men don't give birth to children. Men are not pregnant for 99 months or eight months or whatever. You know, so this whole this is what the Quran said, We're hung, Hamlet all who got caught. You know, the mother goes

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through so many stages before the man even start is wrote

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three roles This is why the Hadith that when the companions said O messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi, Salam and one nurse in the hospital sociability, who deserves my good treatment, he said, your mother omec, then who Uma Thurman omec from a book, then your father, three times your mother, many scholars have explained this to say that because the mother plays three massive roles, three stages she goes undergoes before the man even comes into picture number one, which is pregnancy. Number two, childbirth in itself is a massive, takes a massive toll on a woman and number three, breastfeeding and then after that the woman's you know, takes on his role. So these things are there

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and this prevents women this prevents women that well it doesn't prevent sorry, it doesn't give them as much opportunity to sort of study you know, when she's pregnant. This is why Allah gives holidays to women as well every month what's the holidays when when a woman isn't on her menstrual period, you've got eight 910 days of holidays from prayer and from fasting if is Ramadan you make up for the past, but you don't make up for the prayer. You know the holidays. There's what we call holiday why? Because why the man wasn't given holiday these are real issues of differences. In Islam there is similarity there is similarity there is equality sorry. In Islam there is equality between men and

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women but there is no similarity there is dissimilarity. And a lot of the times in the world today we confuse these two things. Equality inequality is one thing similarity dissimilarity something else. There is definitely equality between men and women. There is definitely equality between men and women and Allah says We treat men and women equally. But there is no denying of the fact that men and women are different. There are different genders that are different, you know, emotionally they are different psychologically they are there

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Friends, physically, they are different biologically, they are different, their mindset is different, the roles are different, and because of the differences in the characteristics and because of the way the nature, the minds, and the physical differences and the emotional differences, Allah has assigned different roles, the man's role is different that suited to the man the woman's role is different the job and tasks and responsibilities for a woman is different, based on the way Allah created women. So because of that the woman's responsibilities when children are young, when children are,

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you know, growing up when she's breastfeeding, you know, like, for example, which is, she might not able to study as much, the man is going around doing his normal business when the woman is his wife is pregnant, and the man doesn't take the woman takes off time from work for nine months, eight months, seven months, the man does. And he might take a few weeks out just to be by the side of his wife and help her but he is not physically carrying the child so he doesn't. So he can do things as he wants and then childbirth time and then breastfeeding time. And then first few years, the mother spends more time so these kinds of things, all these roles and activities prevents or sorry, not

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again, the word prevent, but reduces the chances of a woman taking part and learning as much as a man can and the chances that the man and opportunities are the man has. And this is why we need specific exclusive, you know, time given to women that look you might have missed out because of all those different things. Here's a time to learn. So these are just some small, small reasons and the main reason time. So I mean, I just went on to this discussion of this. I don't know sometimes it's just gone off topic and I carry on. But the main reason, the main reason and this is what I want to talk about why we had a discussion specifically, of course, specifically a book written specifically

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a dedicated department for discussing the issues of women. Why we need to study the facts and fatawa relating to women, is because of the nature of the rules prescribed in Sharia. Generally, the rules that are given apply both to men and women. This is my main reason. They apply both to men and women. Like when Allah says offer salah, Salah is for both men and women.

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five time prayers, both men and women, fasting for men, for women, zakat for men, for women, hedge men, women, so all the rules of hedge will be studied by men and women, all the rules of the cut will be studied by men and women. Of course, there might be differences in those rules. So like, for example, how to pray, for example, the women rules over praying might be slightly different to the men, the rules relating to women, the men how to pray, like for example, menstrual menstruation as well. So then she's forgiven to pray, like I just mentioned, there might be some rules about certain things in Hajj that the men do differently from women and women do differently for men, marriages

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for men and women. So if there's a course on marriage, for example, it's for men for women. But yes, of course, the rules will be slightly different, some things that the men need to learn, but it's similar, it's similar, like equal amounts of things that they both have to learn. So if you look at all the other courses, they are general for men and women, but the nature that Allah has made a woman is that there are added rules

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for women. Why? Because that's how Allah chose, you know, there are added rules, specific added rules for women in our deen in our Sharia, you know, there are added rules or added guidelines because because maybe so Allah why them because women play a massive role and maybe because we maybe you know,

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paid you know, the way Allah you know, created women and you know, more precious more rules more I'm just trying to make this happy, the feminist movement, happy, maybe more precious, you know, the more more someone is more important, the more you know, guidelines and the more rules are attached to that gender and you know, because there's more injunctions and rules and guidelines. So this is the nature of our day, every other topic for men, women, you don't have any specific things, but there's no specific chapter that there's one Ariba that's just for men.

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When we say Santa, so is for men and women. Yes, there's something specific for men. If you understand the difference, Salah is for both men and women but there are something specific for men but there are something specific for women in Salah as well. So that balances itself out. So Salas Solms occurred hygiene all these rules

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are for both genders.

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But when it comes to women, there are some extra things.

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Topics on its own extra things. Like for example menstruation.

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Men don't experience menstruation

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now that's an extra

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Chapter 13 of women, menstrual periods, hail, a very, very important topic that you really need to learn about. It's very can get very, very complicated when you first postnatal bleeding, bleeding after the after the birth of a child, and it's the harder

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Quranic

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bleeding.

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This is a whole chapter there's books written on this topic, a dedicated chapter of rules of rules exclusively for women that don't apply to men.

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Okay, so that's a whole area and brunch which is relating to women.

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Which doesn't there's nothing of that topic. There's nothing from that topic that relates to men. Nothing.

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There's nothing in that topic of menstruation differs and is the harder that oh some rules are for men. Some rules are for women, this is exclusively a branch a topic a subject, which relates to females.

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Another example and some of these things will be covered in this course Another example is beautification.

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Now beautification.

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This is a specific topic, topic for women. Why? Because Islam has encouraged women to adorn themselves and beautify themselves not men.

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You know, we have three stages we have the stage of

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Bahara bottom is purity, yeah, before Salas would have kept her on purity will have also making sure that you know you wash yourself after urinating and how to take also and how to take a bath and how to cleanse yourself and stingy ah, and they are more dry ablution and not just you know, on your body clothes, you know all these things, especially Bahara for divider for Salah etc. state of impurity Genova sexual relations, you know, these type of topics.

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So that Tara is for both men and women. And that's why when we study Tahara, it's for both men and women.

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Then there's a next level, which is Nevada, Tara is basic purity, state of purity, performing wudu, ablution, reversal.

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And re making sure that there's no blood, urine, sperm, etc discharge on your body. This is for both men and women, then you get a second stage, which is Nevada, which is cleanliness, you could be pure, you could acquire Sahara, but not

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know that alpha and alpha is cleanliness. So, basically, I am pure, I've got voodoo, and I don't have any blood or anything on my body or urine or anything like that. Not just but I have curry and I have you know, like my, my clothes are filthy dirty, you know, all these stains and curry stains and I smell etc. So that's not athletes cleanliness, that's a second level. And there's rules for Nevada of key making sure that your body's clean, your clothes are clean, and your house is clean and your room is clean. And, you know, this is for both men and women as well.

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But then there's a third stage. And the third stage is called the stage of,

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of the holy adornment, the stage of adornment to Halle, which is beautification adornment. This is discouraged, actually sinful 20 If you go to an extent for men, beautification is not for men. Men are not supposed to become women here. Men are not supposed to put makeup and stand next to a mirror. And you know, spend two hours in front of the mirror beautifying themselves. They do Tahara and they do not Nevada. That's about it. But that third level is specifically for women. Why for women, it's just natural. I mean, it's built, it's naturally built, it's the way Allah created. I mean, even if you look at young children now it's Subhan Allah is so just amazing that Allah the way

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Allah created, you know, I have a son and a daughter.

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You can see it's just built in, you know, my daughter, she's, she's so nice.

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She wants she's so concerned about you, but you know, did my hair will go this way or do I have to know but this one doesn't look good or this you know, in my head. I'm like, I don't want to wear this because my friends will look at it or this. My son is wears anything, whatever. He doesn't care anything, but she's just so worried. It's from a young age. Built in Allah is highly. This is why when we talk about feminism, we say that look who created men who created women. He knows best. What is required by a gender he is the hardest to leave

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To the harlot, he knows how he created women, he knows that beautification is something only for women. So therefore now all the rules of beautification will apply only to what time is it only to women. So women, women will want to know about cosmetics, about creams about surgery, about adornment, about makeup, about eyeliners about fake eyelashes, when we want to know about

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colored contact lenses, jewelry, gold jewelry, silver jewelry, jewelry is haram for men, men are not supposed to wear jewelry, it's absolutely haram for you know, men wearing earrings, all of that that's haram, that there's no rules for men in that you just don't work. It's just doesn't apply to you stick with your Tahara and stick with another offer. Stay clean, neat, tidy, as a presentable, good, man. And I'd say you know, you don't have to start going and putting makeup on on and stuff like that and try to beautify yourself as a man just, it looks really bad in a manners. And even for women, if you overdo it looks bad anyway, but beautification, to an extent, is specifically for I've

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given you two examples. And this is why women have additional rules. And this is the reason the fundamental reason why we need to have special courses.

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And then another third example here, which is I didn't want to use this as an example. But let's use it examples because people think that this is, you know, an additional ruling. But it's not really an additional ruling. But it's like this book that was written Labour's Remora, special fatawa and books on the topic of Libous covering.

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Now, that's one of the sessions that I do, actually. And I actually explain that because a lot of times, I wouldn't use that as an example as an exclusive special rules for women. Because even men have those rules.

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Yes, there's a reason why we give it more than you know, like more dedication to when it comes to women because the rules. This is like an example where there are rules for both men and women. But because the rules of women are so much more than the men, it kind of becomes like a topic that is only for women.

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If you've understood what I'm saying, Let me repeat that again.

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Like salah, there's rules for men and women so we don't say you know special rules, Salah is not an example where you need to talk about the rules of women separately, because both men and women have been given the rules, but the rules of dress code

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because the rules for women are much more. This is also dress code is also something which is common between men and women that are also men. And there are also women when we talk about that I will say that look, hijab is not just a woman thing, hijab is a barrier and this set of laws that Islam gives a new set of laws that Islam gives us for both men and women.

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There are certain laws Allah has given commanded and certain rules and injunctions for men and certain rules for women. So men have certain laws and rules like men can't go around naked, the woman's in our eyes, from the navel to the knees, has to cover the mankind with things which are so tight and see through and tight jeans that you can see the finger and shape of his of his thighs, etc, that the man can't be with another woman in Halawa. The man can't do this. And there's rules for men as well.

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But the rules for women are far more and that's why it looks like that these are exclusive rules for women, because they're much more why much more because again, Allah created women and Allah, the rules of dress, the rules of cover, the women have to cover much more, you know, the rules of HR, the rules of OB the full body being covered, and then also intermingling with opposite gender. But again, that applies to men as well. Just like women, men are supposed to intermingle with women freely and casually. Women are not supposed to intermingle freely, casually with men. So this is something that applies to both. So this is a topic where sometimes it's presented as though it's a

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women thing that only women need to wear and women need to cover and women into this. What men need to cover as well. You can't have men naked, women, you're aware, then you're covered where everything and men, you know, just go around naked everywhere. Of course not men, you guys need to also cover you have rules as well. But we'll talk about that when the time comes if I have that session, but anyway. So these are certain examples of issues that require special dedication. And this is why we have a separate discussion on the fact and fatawa of women. There's lots of examples now just to finish off and then we'll take some questions.

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All these issues that come about

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because there are new rules and separate rules takes time. I mean, I've been you know even on I have a website not not the Alberta website.

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But I have my own website which sorry my phone fell down

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which is data.com I mean maybe I'll just show it here and there is no there is share screen okay just just to give you some like an example

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just one minute just to give you an example of

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women issues are just two minutes on this and I will take question answers

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okay

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what is it gone

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share screen

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I think the screen has come up okay

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this is my website boundless thoughts calm okay.

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I just wanted to show you here all answers and then

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I think we have a look browse answers. Yep. Look up EDA, Sacred Knowledge Aqeedah from both men and women sacred knowledge for both men and women power parity both men and women's allow both men and women safeguard both men and women. So men, women, hedge men, women, business and trade. Men and women. Marriage men and women palapa divorced men and women food and drink only men. Women don't need sorry for both men and women. death and burial. Only men die. Men and women both die and Harrington's

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men and women. And then women's issues. Where's the men's issues?

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This

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was the most I shoulda thought I've never spoken about this. But you don't want to read this book. So this is about 15 years old website like we've been having this thought has crossed my mind. Not why not? men's issues is the first time I actually talking about this in this way. Then miscellaneous for both men, women, women issues, what are the men's issues? Why do we have to have women's issues? So like I've explained, I don't know how many reasons that just came to my mind randomly, the main one I had thought about but before that those three for the reasons I mentioned. So the main reason is that there's extra rules for women, or there's other reasons as well. Now if

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we look at women's issues,

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okay

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these are women's 22 so far here ruling on various types of vaginal discharge. Now this is something specific to women as well. Okay.

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Is it you know, women's issues.

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Look, plucking, trimming, shaping shaving. I've talked about this in a lot of detail. This is one of my favorites was our auto detail explanation. This is part of beautification part of beautification, so it only applies to women, fake eyelashes, part of beautification, women exposing the arms was driving now that's part of the dress code which is for men and women but like I said, this dress code issues because there's lots of rules for women it looks like this specific you know, then again, our issues

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some things here you know, due to old women who have to wear hijab piercing of body parts, so you will see is either part of cosmetics and beautification was part of you know, dress code and hijab etc.

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Female voice and singing permanent body hair remover for women, women cutting their hair breastfeeding during pregnancy look now that's specific for women, female slimy dress code,

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rings made of you know, status of wearing the jilbab women seeking medical treatment for male doctors traveling without a maharam comprehensive guide to a woman's nakedness. So this is just an example of certain issues. And we take a lot of time out to look at these issues and research them and then come to sort of some conclusions.

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So this is just a summary and inshallah as the course will be presented and will be covered over the next few weeks. I don't really know how many teachers they are and how many weeks in total you retold and what the exact topics are, but inshallah

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it will be good if you can take part and you know, undergo this course in sha Allah