خواتین كی ملازمت تعلیمات اسلامی كی روشنی میں

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مجلہ الایضاح
عنوان خواتین كی ملازمت تعلیمات اسلامی كی روشنی میں
مصنف خان، نصیر، صاحب اسلام
جلد 21
شمارہ 1
سال 2010
صفحات 44-72
مکمل مقالہ Crystal Clear mimetype pdf.png
یو آر آیل
شکاگو 16 خان، نصیر، صاحب اسلام۔ "خواتین كی ملازمت تعلیمات اسلامی كی روشنی میں۔" الایضاح 21, شمارہ۔ 1 (2010)۔


Women employment is a practical issue of the modern age. It is adopted by almost all the nations and countries of the world. In the western countries rights of women including employment, trade, property, education etc were recognized after the efforts ofWomen Liberation Movement. However, in Islam these were declared their basic rights since the first day. A western woman is bound to earn her livelihood as it is not the duty ofa western man to provide her basic needs. However, in Islam a woman is legally protected for the provision of all her basic needs and it is the duty of her father, brother, husband and son to provide these to her. Islam permits a woman to do a job or carry out trade activities and earn money subject to some conditions. These may be carried out by the permission of her husband, father, etc. Besides employment, a woman should perform her obligations at her home and family, which is her basic duty. She must be careful about her husband and children rights. She must observe Hijab and abstain from mixing with non-mehram men and should follow other social teachings of Islam. Wealth earned by her is considered her property and she can spend it any way at her discretion. Study of Islamic History revealed that many of the wives of the prophet (Sallalla ho alaihe wassalam) and Sahabiyat (RA) carried out business activities and performed other jobs and thus earned money. They spent it to assist the Prophet's noble cause and to assist their husbands and to care their children. These activities were considered authorized and endorsed by the prophet (Sallalla ho alaihe wassalam) .

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