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11 Basic Women’s rights In Islam According to the Quran and Hadith

The Holy Prophet (PBUH) once said regarding women’s rights, “A woman like this when her husband sees her; she should honor him,

And when her husband commands her, she should follow him, and she should not take the manner of her chastity and property that should displace her husband.”

The Hadith is evidence of the importance of women’s rights in the world, but Islam also tells us of the dignity and rights of mothers in the world of husbands.

Here are some of the women’s rights taken from a reliable Islamic studies book:

  • The husband is supposed to help his wife in domestic affairs

husband role in a marriage women's rights

  • The husband will selflessly dedicate himself to his wife, giving her unconditional love.

love between husband and wife defies women's rights

  • A woman has the right to take Khula (separation) from her husband.

divorce

  • A woman may be remarried after her divorce or after her husband’s death.

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  • A husband should not hesitate to praise his wife’s virtues, both in front of her and in front of others.

husband praising his wife

  • Each husband is responsible for providing food, clothing and shelter to his wife.

family love

  • A woman can spend her own money earned without the husband’s permission or even without the husband’s permission.

wife as a partner

  • Upon marriage, women do not have to change their name.

calling your husband by his name

  • The wife should be supplied with the appropriate articles for her decoration and embellishment.

a good man treats women with honour

  • The husband has no right to stop his wife from visiting her parents ‘ house or close family, or to keep her at home for no reason at All.

The husband has no right to stop his wife from visiting her parents ' house or close family, or to keep her at home for no reason at All.

  • Even though men spend most of their time outside the home, they are cordially obliged to help raise their children with the wife.

women's rights Even though men spend most of their time outside the home, they are cordially obliged to help raise their children with the wife.

As proven, Islam gives women ample freedom as a religion, so it is up to us, as men,

To advance their rights and enable them to achieve the level of equality they deserve-because it is they who have a lot of trouble making our lives easier and more comfortable.

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