Women’s Priority in Islam

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Taimiyyah Zubair

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This is something that a lot of women struggle with that as soon as they get married or they have children, then it is expected of them that they should forget about everything else and only focus on their families. When we look at the women around the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, we learned something different. We see that they attended to their families, but at the same time, they took care of their communities. For example, Omar are playing a little de la Mancha. She went along with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in six expeditions, meaning she participated in those journeys, she traveled with the Muslims, taking care of them, giving the help offering the help that

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she could. We also learned that she gave a bath to the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when she passed away, and our cleaners narration is one of the foundational texts when it comes to bathing and shrouding the dead. We also learn about a smack bent or a subtle de la Mourinho who when she was married to Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu and they were going for Hajj, she actually gave birth on the way to Makkah Subhana Allah. This is a woman who is pregnant full term, yet she is not missing out on the opportunity of great reward of good companionship with the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam and being with the Muslims, so yes, as women, we should attend to our families, we

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must take care of our children, but at the same time, we should seek opportunities of reward. We should seek gatherings where we can have good companionship, and we should also seek opportunities of growth and learning