Islam Stood For Women's Right Long Before The Western World | International Women's Day

As the world is celebrating women's day on 8th March, we are going to discuss how Islam stood for women's rights long before western women recently got to enjoy & how Muslim women are honoured every single day in a year. 
Lofty positions of Muslim women in a family:
  • Women in Islam as a Mother is a source of Jannah (Paradise) for her children.
  • Women in Islam as a Daughter is a source of Rahmat (Mercy) for parents.
  • Women in Islam as a Wife is a source of happiness for her husband.
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About 1400 years ago, Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) for the first time pushed for the upliftment of the status of women, before they became fashionable for the world nowadays. Islam honoured women with the rights that were well ahead of its time.

Status Of Women In Islam As A Mother:

Paradise lies under the feet of mothers. (Prophet Muhammad)

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And we have enjoined on man to be dutiful and kind to his Parents, His mother bears him with hardship and she brings him forth with hardship. (Quran 46:15)

Status Of Women In Islam As A Daughter:

Our Prophet (PBUH) said Daughter opens the door of Jannah for father:
Whoever Allah has given two daughters and is kind towards them, they will be a reason for him entering Paradise.

Status Of Women In Islam As A Wife:

When a woman becomes wife, she completes half of Imaan and faith of her husband.
Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said:
The best of you is he who is the best towards his wife.

Islam equates women with Men and both have equal status before Allah, Who in the Quran says:
And for women are rights over men, similar to those of men over women. (Quran 2:228)

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