In Islam, what is the best job / career for women?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Zoie Sheppard



In Islam, what is the best job / career for women?

since you say islam,

the best work in islam is daai, tabligh is a duty of every muslim. education is the main job of every human being on this planet.

The work of the Prophets was given to every Muslim, but a certain group assumes that responsibility for their entire lives, just like the Prophets.

I once heard about an academic, they asked him how many hours he works a day and he said, I worked only 2 hours today, but others said that you are a doctor. (or something I don't remember). He said I was born Muslim, my main job is Islam, not worldly business.

Allah swt says in the Qur'an at the beginning of the secondjud, saiyakhulu sufaha… .. that we are selected to be

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since you say islam,

the best work in islam is daai, tabligh is a duty of every muslim. education is the main job of every human being on this planet.

The work of the Prophets was given to every Muslim, but a certain group assumes that responsibility for their entire lives, just like the Prophets.

I once heard about an academic, they asked him how many hours he works a day and he said, I worked only 2 hours today, but others said that you are a doctor. (or something I don't remember). He said I was born Muslim, my main job is Islam, not worldly business.

Allah swt says in the Qur'an at the beginning of the secondjud, saiyakhulu sufaha… .. that we are selected for the best work. and we are witnesses of humanity and beyond.

Allah swt gave work to every Muslim, call for good and stop evil. amr bil maaroof anhil an munkar.

a mutawassir hadees says,

All who listen to me will transmit my words to others and those to others again; and that the latter understand my words better than those who listen to me directly. Bear witness, O Allah, that I have conveyed your message to your people.

(Reference: See Al-Bukhari, Hadith 1623, 1626, 6361) Imam Muslim's Saheeh also refers to this sermon in Hadith number 98. Imam al-Tirmidhi has mentioned this sermon in Hadith nos. 1628, 2046, 2085. Imam Ahmed bin Hanbal has given us the longest and perhaps the most complete version of this sermon in his Masnud, Hadith no. 19774.)

elsewhere in the Quran, Allah swt says, the best act you do in this world is to call on Allah. (There are various acts such as eating, sleeping, working, speaking, etc ... in all of them it is best to call or guide towards Allah).

I have been in a dilemma for many days, how and what should I do myself, since I have been blessed with the knowledge of apar and when I see good Muslims the faith is too little for them to help me or be in that group, and there is a lot of count of people who ignore Islam and need people like me to teach them all over the world.

One where you can use your intellect to the best of your ability without compromising your religious principles. That is going to vary from woman to woman. Some women are academics, some women are shopkeepers, some women prefer to work from home.

There is no direct reference to whether or not Muslim women are professionals in the Quran, similar to how there is no direct reference to Muslim women eating dessert.

If it has not been prohibited, it is not prohibited. If it is not prohibited, it is allowed.

Islam is not only the Quran, but also the Sunnah. And an indisputable element of the Sunnah is that Muhammad's first and dearest wife, Khadijah, was a wealthy, successful, independent, and well-known businesswoman in Mecca. Actually, she was the head of Muhammad (saw), which is how they first met. After getting married,

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There is no direct reference to whether or not Muslim women are professionals in the Quran, similar to how there is no direct reference to Muslim women eating dessert.

If it has not been prohibited, it is not prohibited. If it is not prohibited, it is allowed.

Islam is not only the Quran, but also the Sunnah. And an indisputable element of the Sunnah is that Muhammad's first and dearest wife, Khadijah, was a wealthy, successful, independent, and well-known businesswoman in Mecca. Actually, she was the head of Muhammad (saw), which is how they first met. After getting married, she continued her business, and after Muhammad became a Prophet, she used her profession to finance the cause of Islam. She was not a joke. She was not a fluke. She was, and the Prophet repeatedly tells us, one of the ideal Muslim women of all time. So let's not forget that. Forward.

In relation to this issue, Muslim women have two commandments: they must be educated and they must take responsibility for running a household (if they have one). Therefore, it is the responsibility of the wife to ensure that the children are taught, fed, the house is maintained, the satellite is working, and the refrigerator is full enough. (The husband's responsibility is to make sure everyone is covered and financially protected.) It is the responsibility of both the man and the woman to take care of the emotional and physical needs of the other.

If a Muslim woman, who is already educated in both religion and worldly matters, as her religion requires, and is managing her home well (if there are children who are cared for by her grandparents, reliable babysitters, or school), then there is no no Islamic justification for her not to work. Again, however, it is not just her decision, but a decision that she and her husband must make together. That part is important. It is similar to a Muslim who decides to quit his job. It is not just your decision. Your wife's wishes must come into play.

If they are truly Muslim, they will practice and avoid these things that women are not allowed in Islam.

1. A Muslim woman cannot marry a non-Muslim man.

2. Muslim women cannot disobey their husband. As long as the husband has imaan, a good akhlaq and according to the law of Islam to be a husband, then the wife must obey him.

3. Physical interaction between a man and a woman is not allowed in Islam. You are not allowed to interact (touch) any other man or woman except your own spouses, this scenario applies to both genders. (but some Muslims break the rule

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If they are truly Muslim, they will practice and avoid these things that women are not allowed in Islam.

1. A Muslim woman cannot marry a non-Muslim man.

2. Muslim women cannot disobey their husband. As long as the husband has imaan, a good akhlaq and according to the law of Islam to be a husband, then the wife must obey him.

3. Physical interaction between a man and a woman is not allowed in Islam. You are not allowed to interact (touch) any other man or woman except your own spouses, this scenario applies to both genders. (but some Muslims break the rules).

4. Islam does not allow women any (long) eye contact with men because this contact is the first step for all unethical feelings.

5. One of the prohibited acts in Islam is lesbianism. "Lesbian" is the term most used to describe lust and sexual desire among women.

6. Wear strict clothing with cleavage.

7. Soft corner for na-mehrum In Islamic sharia legal terminology, a mahram is a relative who cannot marry whom sexual relations would be considered incestuous, a punishable taboo. The current use of the term covers a wider range of people and deals primarily with the practice of the hijab dress code. Anyone who is Muslim, including women, cannot marry is a mahram, if he is of the opposite sex and has reached puberty. A partial list of what is considered a mahram can be found in Sura 24, Aya 31 of the Qur'an.

8. Islam forbids a woman to wear anything that might divert men's attention to her, such as perfumes, makeup, jewelry, or very elegant clothing. if a woman wearing perfume passes, she will divert all attention to herself. A Muslim woman is not a display object but a symbol of respect.

9. Go out bareheaded (without hijab) this is the important thing, but some Muslim women did not listen to what Allah said in the Qur'an to dress modestly and cover their hair with hijab / khimar.

10. Muslim women are not allowed to pray (salah), read the Qur'an, perform umrah / hajj, fast and forbid sexual intercourse during menstruation (haid).

In general, the verb to do / work existed before Islam in languages ​​other than Arabic.

the verbs "to work and to do" were mentioned approximately 371 and 109 times in the Qur'an respectively. Islam requires work and effort; has a realistic approach when handling work. Allah values ​​professions that do good to others. Those believers who make a good effort to serve humanity are considered among the highest in rank and closest to I slam, while confining themselves to a mosque just to worship Allah without serving the community is not recommended at all in the Islam.

…. Hence, Muhammad PBU

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In general, the verb to do / work existed before Islam in languages ​​other than Arabic.

the verbs "to work and to do" were mentioned approximately 371 and 109 times in the Qur'an respectively. Islam requires work and effort; has a realistic approach when handling work. Allah values ​​professions that do good to others. Those believers who make a good effort to serve humanity are considered among the highest in rank and closest to I slam, while confining themselves to a mosque just to worship Allah without serving the community is not recommended at all in the Islam.

…. Therefore, Muhammad PBUH was a merchant, his disciples Omar was a broker, Othman bin Affan and Ali were also merchants. Amr Ibn AL 'As a butcher, they were an example of good Islamic manners and values. Nursing and treating people (all medical professions) are highly valued, but to be more specific, scientists are at the top of the list for the following reason:

"Those who truly fear Allah, among his servants, who have knowledge: because Allah is exalted in power, forgiving." Surat Fatir,

وَمِنَ النَّاسِ وَالدَّوَابِّ وَالْأَنْعَامِ مُخْتَلِفٌ أَلْوَانُهُ كَذَلِكَ إِنَّمَا يَخْشَى اللَّهَ مِنْ البعد

Wamina alnnasi waalddawabbi waalanAAami mukhtalifun alwanuhu kathalika innama yakhsha Allaha min AAibadihi alAAulamao inna Allaha AAazeezun ghafoorun

Allah says what it means:

The most pious and fearful of Allah are the scientists because they know more than the average person, they realize that there is a creator for the whole universe and that it was not created by chance. I would like to ask the more knowledgeable Qourans to provide me with the exact "Ayat" and "Surat" to add.

On the other hand, jobs that do not have good results for society were prohibited; For example: Casino dealers, hit men, Barmen / Barwomen, nightclub dancers (strippers) because their work does not do much good for their communities with all due respect to other cultures with different values, at the end of the day what to do for a job, and what to leave is something personal, and has to do with your aptitude, skills, and also with your liking, by sending this reply I am not judging those who take professions that are not accepted by Islam, nor am I criticizing your culture; I am only expressing the viewpoint of Islam regarding one type of Muslim jobs / professions.

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Work and wealth: the religion of Islam

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WOMEN'S PROBLEMS

Islamic teaching on the treatment of women is one of the most misunderstood. Western women generally view Muslim women as repressed and disenfranchised. The media portrays the stereotypical Muslim woman as completely covered over and dominated by her husband, with little more status than a slave. You may be surprised to find that for 1,400 years, Muslim women have enjoyed rights that Western women still fight for.

Islam provides guidance for an ideal and peaceful society. For such a society to exist, there must be a social system that defends rights and responsibilities.

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WOMEN'S PROBLEMS

Islamic teaching on the treatment of women is one of the most misunderstood. Western women generally view Muslim women as repressed and disenfranchised. The media portrays the stereotypical Muslim woman as completely covered over and dominated by her husband, with little more status than a slave. You may be surprised to find that for 1,400 years, Muslim women have enjoyed rights that Western women still fight for.

Islam provides guidance for an ideal and peaceful society. For such a society to exist, there must be a social system that defends the rights and responsibilities of each individual. Such a system would provide a balance in the role and status of men and women, thus placing the status of women on an equal footing with that of men. In fact, such a society was created more than 1400 years ago by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), through the guidance of Allaah in the Holy Quran.

This chapter provides you with an explanation of the rights enjoyed by Muslim women, along with other women's issues and their place in society.

TREATMENT OF WOMEN IN ISLAM

Before discussing the position of women in Islam, it is important to understand what the condition of women was before the advent of Islam. In pre-Islamic Arabia, and in the rest of the world, their status was equal to that of slaves and movable property without rights. Women cannot own or inherit property. In domestic affairs, they had no rights to their children or to themselves; in fact, their husbands could sell or abandon them at will. If their husbands mistreated them, they could not resort to divorce. They had no real status in society, they were not respected as a wife, mother or daughter. In fact, daughters were considered worthless and were often killed at birth. Women received little or no education, and had no voice in religious matters,

These abusive conditions existed well into the 19th century in most parts of the world, including in the United States, where some basic rights were granted to women only in the early 20th century. But in Arabia, in the 6th century, with the arrival of Islam, the status of women changed dramatically. Almost overnight, women were endowed with the same rights and placed on the same level as men. In the Holy Quran, Allah makes it clear that He created men and women as equal beings. He says:

"He has created you from a single being; after the same class he made his companion." (39: 7)

This single verse removes any stain of inferiority that men have imposed on women, as in some other scriptures. The Holy Quran also ensures the equality of women on a spiritual, intellectual, social and economic level. Furthermore, the rights of women were safeguarded by the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), as he himself carried out the injunctions of Allaah and treated women with great honor, kindness and dignity.

SPIRITUAL STATUS OF MUSLIM WOMEN

The most important change that Islam brought to women was raising their spiritual status. Allah has clearly stated in the Holy Qur'an that woman has a soul, that she has the same spiritual capacity as man, and that she can obtain equal spiritual rewards for her own efforts. The Holy Quran says:

"But whoever does good works, whether male or female, and believer, he will enter heaven ..." (4: 125)

The Holy Quran is unique among all scriptures because it repeatedly emphasizes this equality by addressing both men and women in many verses. It leaves no doubt about the spiritual level of the woman. Says:

"Certainly the men who submit and the women who submit, and the believing men and the believing women, and the obedient men and the obedient women, and the truthful men and the truthful women, and the humble men and the humble women, and the Men who give alms and women who give alms, and men who fast and women who fast, and men who keep their chastity and women who keep their chastity, and men who praise God and women who praise God, Allah has prepared for all of them forgiveness and great reward. " (33:36)

INTELLECTUAL STATUS OF MUSLIM WOMEN

Another area where you will find that Muslim women have leadership over other women is in the field of education. Islam emphasizes that education for men and women is of equal importance, and the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) established that education is compulsory for both. He said:

"It is the duty of every Muslim and every Muslim woman to acquire knowledge."

He also exhorted both to "seek knowledge even if you have to go to China" and to "seek knowledge from cradle to grave."

The Holy Quran says:

"He grants wisdom to whom He wants, and to whom wisdom is granted, indeed an abundant good has been granted; and no one will listen to it except those endowed with intelligence." (2: 270)

In other words, only those who reflect can understand God's signs and draw close to him. The Quran also teaches us a short prayer that simply says:

"Oh my Lord, increase my knowledge." (20: 115)

According to these injunctions, you will find that Muslim women, and especially Ahmadi Muslim women, are well educated. The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) encouraged his wives to seek knowledge and once stated that "half of the religion of Islam can be learned from Hadhrat Ayesha (his wife)". In fact, after his death, the entire Muslim community sought the advice of their wives. Today, you will see Muslim women active in many professions, such as medicine, nursing, and teaching.

It is interesting to note that at the time when Islam brought enlightenment to women, in Europe a woman who displayed any kind of knowledge was in danger of being burned at the stake for being a witch! Furthermore, most universities, even in the United States, did not admit women to higher education until this century.

ECONOMIC SITUATION OF MUSLIM WOMEN

Never before was women given the economic freedom that Islam affords them. Islam makes it clear that you have the right to own wealth and property, whether you inherit or earn it, and you have full rights over it. The Holy Quran says:

"Men will get their share of what they have earned, and women will get their share of what they have earned. And ask Allah for his goodness. Surely Allah has perfect knowledge of all things." (4:33)

This verse established the equality of men and women in regard to their works. The woman has the right to manage her own wealth. A married woman is not even obliged to spend from her own wealth, as it is her husband's duty to maintain it.

The Holy Quran also states that:

"... men are guardians of women, because God made some of them surpass others and because they spend their wealth" (4:35)

This means that the husband is responsible for his wife's needs and protection, and must provide the money for the maintenance of his wife and home.

Islam further protected the economic situation of the woman by requiring that the husband give her a dowry at the time of marriage. This becomes part of her exclusive wealth and her husband has no claim on it, unless she wishes to share it with him. The Holy Quran says:

And give women their gifts willingly. But if they, of their own free will, send you a part, enjoy them as something healthy and pleasant. (Four. Five)

Interestingly, this is aimed not only at the husband but also at the woman's relatives. They have no rights to that. The common practice found in some Islamic countries today, where the groom demands that his bride bring a gold dowry and household items to the marriage, is totally un-Islamic.

Finally, Islam gave women the right to inherit. You have the right to inherit from the deceased in your role as mother, wife, daughter or sister. The Holy Quran makes it clear that:

"For men there is a part of what parents and close relatives leave behind, and for women there is a part of what parents and close relatives leave, be it little or a lot, a certain part." (4: 8)

The full and specific details of the division of property are found in the Holy Quran (4: 12-13).

SOCIAL STATUS OF MUSLIM WOMEN

The social status of women changed dramatically with the advent of Islam. Great changes took place in the lives of women. The Holy Quran and the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) gave society clear guidance for the treatment of women in their roles as daughter, wife and mother.

1 daughter

The pre-Islamic practice of killing girls at birth out of fear of humiliation or poverty was totally abolished by Islam. In the Holy Quran, Allah says:

"... Do not kill your children for fear of poverty, we are the ones who provide for you and for them, and we do not approach evil actions, whether open or secret ..." (6: 152)

AND

"... He creates what he pleases, gives daughters to whom he pleases, and gives sons to whom he pleases." (42:50)

After forbidding the killing of children, Islam continues to teach a father that he should raise his daughters in the same way as his sons. In fact, taking good care of a daughter opens the door to paradise for a Muslim. The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
"He who raises two girls during his childhood will appear on the Day of Judgment attached to me like two fingers of one hand." (Muslim)

Hence, it is clear that Islam elevated a daughter's status from being despised and unwanted to being loved and appreciated.

2. Wife

Islam changed the role of the wife from being little more than a servant to being equal to her husband on all levels. The Holy Quran makes it clear that women have similar rights in marriage to men. Says:

"From his signs is that he created for you companions of your own species so that you can find peace of mind through them, and he has put love and tenderness between you. There are surely signs for a reflecting people." (30:22)

Marriage is a harmonious union of two souls, with the object of marriage to seek comfort from each other. The Holy Quran beautifully defines equality of relationship with this verse:

"... They are a garment for you and you are a garment for them." (2: 188)

This shows that Islam regards husband and wife as equal in providing support, comfort and protection to each other, fitting like a garment to the body. Islam further teaches that women should be treated with kindness and generosity and given equal rights in marriage and divorce. Before Islam, a woman could not initiate the divorce process even if she was seriously abused. Islam allows you to file for divorce if absolutely necessary. (The Islamic marriage system is discussed in more detail in Chapter 3.)

3. mother

In her role as mother, the Muslim woman achieves her highest social status, because the mother is revered in Islam unlike any other individual. The Holy Quran repeatedly commands Muslims to take care of their parents, especially the mother. Allah says:

"And we have ordered a man to be good to his parents; his mother takes him from weakness to weakness, and he has been weaned for two years ..." (31:15)

The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) emphasized the love and respect due to the mother saying:

"Paradise is at the feet of the mother."

In another hadith, he is said to have declared when asked who a man should be kind to: "to your mother." When asked a second time, he said again: "to your mother." He was asked for the third time, again the answer was: "your mother". Only when asked for the fourth time did he reply, "your father." Therefore, he emphasized three times how important it is for a Muslim to take his mother and give full consideration and respect to her needs and wishes.

HIJAB (THE VEIL)

Islam's teachings on the hijab (veil) and gender segregation are probably the most confusing and difficult for Western society to accept. This is due to the widespread and erroneous notion that observing the hijab is a strong restriction imposed on Muslim women. In fact, it's the opposite. You will discover that the hijab is a means of protecting women and giving them freedom from many social ills. The word "purdah" is also used to describe the concept and practice of hijab.

Islam provides guidance not only for people, but also sets rules for the good of the whole society. In this case, the institution of the hijab / purdah protects the moral condition of the society. Muslim women not only have responsibilities as wife, mother and daughter, but also share with men the responsibility to uphold the moral standard of society. The Holy Quran has established that one of the methods that men and women should use to achieve this goal is the hijab. Says:

"Tell the believers to control their eyes and protect their private parts. That is purer for them. Without a doubt, Allah is very aware of what they do." (24:31)
And
"Tell the believing women to control their gaze and guard their private parts, and not to show their beauty or their adornment except what is apparent of them, and to cover their heads over their breasts .. ... "(24:32)

The verse continues with a list of close relatives of whom it is not necessary to observe hijab / purdah.

These verses make it clear that both men and women should behave with modesty and decorum at all times, and especially when in the presence of others. This teaching is based on the fact that Islam recognizes that "prevention is the best part of a cure." Therefore, segregation of the sexes is prescribed so that situations that cannot be controlled later do not develop in the first place. In this way, the erosion of moral values ​​can be avoided and society is safeguarded from problems such as adultery, teenage pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.

The Holy Quran requires Muslim women to dress modestly, cover their heads and wear an outer garment to hide their beauty from strangers. However, you must understand that this physical covering is the only first step in developing the hijab. The true and full observance of the hijab / purdah is achieved when the "veil" is extended to the mind and heart of a man or a woman. This means that one must veil or protect his mind and heart from impure and immoral thoughts when in contact with the opposite sex. One's thoughts, words, and actions should reflect brotherly love and respect for others. This behavior leads to one's own moral elevation and also creates an atmosphere in which men and women, instead of resenting and degrading each other,

Another verse from the Holy Quran says:

"O Prophet! Tell your wives and daughters, and the wives of the believers, to remove the outer cloak from their heads and cover their faces. So that they are recognized and undisturbed." And Allah is forgiving, merciful. "(33:60)

A woman who follows the hijab rules in her dress and actions is not likely to be treated disrespectfully by men. Therefore, the hijab / purdah provides Muslim women freedom from some of the problems faced by women in Western society today. In Islam, women are not considered a "sexual object", nor are they exploited or harassed in this degrading way. As you probably know, various feminist movements are trying to tackle these problems today, sometimes with little success.

Islam has undoubtedly given women dignity and honor through the hijab / purdah, and has given them protection so that they can carry out their activities with greater freedom. This gives Muslim women peace of mind. You may have noticed that most Muslim women who practice hijab / purdah seem to be more relaxed and at ease with themselves. This is because Islam has reduced the importance of physical appearance as a sign of self-esteem. A Muslim woman is free to develop other talents in herself and does not have to depend on her physical beauty to achieve what she wants. At the same time, when a woman practices hijab / purdah in the true way, she fulfills her responsibility towards society and gets satisfaction from knowing that she can draw closer to Allah.

(For more information on wearing hijab / purdah, see Chapter 4.)

THE ROLE OF MUSLIM WOMEN TODAY

This chapter has tried to give you an idea of ​​the position of Muslim women in society and the rights that Islam gives them. As you can see, no other teaching addresses the needs of women so specifically. Muslim women have all the rights that Muslim men enjoy, and somehow they have certain privileges that men do not enjoy.

In short, the main duty of a Muslim woman is her duty to Allah, and then comes her duty to her fellow men. Islam reminds you that your main responsibility is to your husband and children. However, it does not restrict her to that role; You have the right to go out to work if you need to, but you are not required to assume financial responsibility for the home. She is encouraged to seek higher education for her own improvement and later for her offspring. The institution of purdah provides you with an environment of respect and dignity. It in no way limits your development to a professional career, business, or other profitable activity.

Some misconceptions about the role of women in society prevail because unfortunately some "Muslim" countries do not practice the teachings of the Holy Quran. In these societies, the education and training of Muslim women are very neglected. This may be for political reasons; or the fact that some of these societies live in extreme poverty, where women are deprived of their right to education. Lacking this tool, they are unaware of the status that Islam has given them and still undergo conditions similar to those before Islam was born.

However, within the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam, you will find that women are well aware of the rights given to them by the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Not only that, the men of the community are also aware of the rights of their women. Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, the current Head of the community, repeatedly reminds his followers of their rights and duties. Most Ahmadi women are well educated and active in many spheres of life, while maintaining their dignity through Islam. One of the beautiful aspects of Islamic teaching is that by defining the role of women in society and then giving dignity to that role, Muslim women feel fulfilled in themselves. This is a great blessing from Almighty God.

Muslims live by the highest standards set out in the Quran, which tells us how to live almost every aspect of our lives. Since there are too many jobs in the world, the best way to answer this would be to categorize the jobs that are not allowed for Muslims. They are any job that requires a Muslim to:

  1. Kill an innocent.
  2. Lie, cheat or steal.
  3. Charging or receiving money for interest.
  4. Serve or consume alcohol.
  5. Serve or consume pork.
  6. Consume meat that has not been slaughtered halal.
  7. Support the sale of hallucinogenic drugs or illegal substances.
  8. Do something illegal.
  9. Come into close or intimate contact with the
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Muslims live by the highest standards set out in the Quran, which tells us how to live almost every aspect of our lives. Since there are too many jobs in the world, the best way to answer this would be to categorize the jobs that are not allowed for Muslims. They are any job that requires a Muslim to:

  1. Kill an innocent.
  2. Lie, cheat or steal.
  3. Charging or receiving money for interest.
  4. Serve or consume alcohol.
  5. Serve or consume pork.
  6. Consume meat that has not been slaughtered halal.
  7. Support the sale of hallucinogenic drugs or illegal substances.
  8. Do something illegal.
  9. Come into close or intimate contact with the opposite sex unless you are married.
  10. Show inappropriate amounts of your body to anyone other than your spouse.
  11. Incite people to violence.
  12. Turn people against Islam.
  13. Denying or slandering Allah, the Qur'an or the Prophet Muhammad.
  14. It oppresses others.
  15. Harming others in any way unless in self-defense.

I think this is the complete list. This would include professions that are normally considered respectable by secular society, such as loan banker, waiter / waitress / cook in a restaurant serving alcohol or pork, selling bonds, entrepreneur taking customers of the opposite sex to lunch , lawyer (who defends the obviously guilty), marketing agent (who publishes white lies to get sales), journalist who works for a tabloid, actor / film actress who kisses or is felt by the opposite sex, model showing their body , food critic trying everything, or an army on active duty during peacetime (debatable, as military service has many different facets). Basically ask yourself if you could ethically harm someone,

Briefly and according to me,

I believe that they, women, are the fundamentally integral part of society. Also, it depends on how you understand the meaning of strict.

As a man, I believe that in society, women have a more important role than men. I have my logical reasons, but I don't want to extend this part of the answer. This significance can lead to many responsibilities and differences.

Verbose and according to me,

I don't know exactly why; Also, I wouldn't say that Islam is so strict with women. I certainly agree that Islam has different approaches to men and women. Because in

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Briefly and according to me,

I believe that they, women, are the fundamentally integral part of society. Also, it depends on how you understand the meaning of strict.

As a man, I believe that in society, women have a more important role than men. I have my logical reasons, but I don't want to extend this part of the answer. This significance can lead to many responsibilities and differences.

Verbose and according to me,

I don't know exactly why; Also, I wouldn't say that Islam is so strict with women. I certainly agree that Islam has different approaches to men and women. Because, in the Qur'an, almost all the verses on the regulations of human life mention men first and then women, I can argue that the Qur'an is stricter with men in many ways. For example, “Tell the believers that they should hold their gaze…” (24.30.) (1), then the following verses: “And tell the believing women that they (also) should restrict their gaze…” (24.31) (1 ). I can add more examples of that. Those are just the beginning of the verses. You can easily see that if you think in the moment, men are regulated by revelation, early.

Let's move on to the meaning you really meant. It is an obvious fact that there are biological, physical and psychological differences between the genders. So if someone believes that the Quran comes from God, who has created man and the universe, he can claim that what the Quran says about the differences between genders is totally correct because God knows us better than we do. Let me embody this idea: almost all parking lots in America have special handicap parking lots because surely it can indicate that they have a lot of physical differences. That is a physical difference that we can easily observe. What I mean is that if God knows each and every one of the differences that can be psychological, physical or biological between the genders,

References:

  1. The Miraculous Quran - Translation by Chapter

Salam,

It is not the work itself that will be Haram, it is what it leads to or what it contains. Some examples are:

  • Being a merchant / businessman is not Haram, but if you exchange alcohol, Haram clothes, Haram items, cheat while doing it, etc. then it becomes Haram.
  • Being a surgeon is Halal, but if you are a plastic surgeon who has to alter your appearance from how it was designed by ALLAH, you become Haram.
  • It is allowed to be a stylist / hairdresser / someone in a salon, but if you are shaping eyebrows, doing tattoos, hair extensions, etc., it becomes Haram.
  • Being a waiter / waitress is H
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Salam,

It is not the work itself that will be Haram, it is what it leads to or what it contains. Some examples are:

  • Being a merchant / businessman is not Haram, but if you exchange alcohol, Haram clothes, Haram items, cheat while doing it, etc. then it becomes Haram.
  • Being a surgeon is Halal, but if you are a plastic surgeon who has to alter your appearance from how it was designed by ALLAH, you become Haram.
  • It is allowed to be a stylist / hairdresser / someone in a salon, but if you are shaping eyebrows, doing tattoos, hair extensions, etc., it becomes Haram.
  • Being a waiter / waitress is Halal, but if you are serving / selling / making / touching / pouring alcohol, you become Haram, and you can become Haram if you are in contact with people who are not Mahrams.

And there are many more; So when looking for jobs that are Halal, remember to check what they lead to. Your needs may not always fit, but remember not to compromise Deen.

I hope this helps..

The wealthy Arab women of Arabia used to send their babies to the deserts, before Islam, with the Bedouin tribes, and received them years later. They felt that being raised in the desert was healthier for babies and, being interested in having as many children as possible, anyone who could afford a wet nurse would prefer to return to fertility immediately.

Islam did not bring any specific prohibition for this. In Islam, parents are primarily responsible for the welfare and education of their children, but if they choose suitable, or better, substitutes for themselves, they have fulfilled t

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The wealthy Arab women of Arabia used to send their babies to the deserts, before Islam, with the Bedouin tribes, and received them years later. They felt that being raised in the desert was healthier for babies and, being interested in having as many children as possible, anyone who could afford a wet nurse would prefer to return to fertility immediately.

Islam did not bring any specific prohibition for this. In Islam, parents are primarily responsible for the welfare and education of their children, but if they choose suitable, or better, substitutes for themselves, then they have fulfilled their responsibility.

Many Muslims, and others too, feel that paid child care, or even unpaid grandparent care, cannot be as good for the child as maternal care. However, that is a cultural belief and is not based on religion. There is also the argument that professionals trained in early childhood care and nutrition, who provide the perfect balance between socialization and independent play, perfectly balanced meals, etc., can do a better job of raising children. children than inexperienced and uneducated parents. Or that grandparents who have years of parenting experience can care for children better than parents.

As for having a career, a woman should not neglect her children to have a career, as children are an obligation while career can be optional. But if children are properly cared for, why not?

Anything. I wore hijab for years and worked at Dropbox, Microsoft, and several other startups as a software engineer and product manager intern. I am also a certified fitness instructor and taught kickboxing and aerobics classes while wearing the hijab. I was also the best undergraduate engineering student. I also rap and do the spoken word, and performed with open mics, spitting out real beats. ;) This is not intended to be an exercise in arrogance; I just want to list the professional and creative aspirations that I held while practicing a very contentious faith in a very visible way. It illustrates

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Anything. I wore hijab for years and worked at Dropbox, Microsoft and various other start-ups as a software engineer and product manager intern. I'm also a certified fitness instructor and taught kickboxing and aerobics classes while wearing hijab. I was also the undergrad engineering valedictorian. I also rap and do spoken word, and would perform at open mics, spittin' real beats yo. ;) This isn't intended to be an exercise in arrogance; I merely want to list out professional and creative aspirations I maintained while practicing a very contentious faith in a very conspicuous way. It illustrates a more holistic image of the "Muslim woman" than anything Fox news vomits out.

I've discontinued wearing the hijab, at least the headscarf part of it (it extends beyond the veil, FYI) for the time being for personal reasons. While I did encounter a lot of bigotry and Islamophobia, I would say that it taught me a great deal about having grit, learning about who I am and exploring what I believe in. It stimulated great conversations, fueled incredible and unlikely relationships and inspired a degree of introspection within myself.

Being a Victoria's Secret model is probably outside of the scope of manageable careers while wearing hijab, but if you wear hijab already or are considering it, that's probably not a limiting agent to what you envision yourself doing. :)

Muslim girl can go for any teaching profession either in school or college. It is very necessary to impart education to our upcoming generation to keep them on deeni track whether boy or girl.Girls should keep away from professional like serving in alcohol which is against islam. Secondly professional like giving touch to opposite gender except in medical feild should be prohibited

Muslim girl can even go for government job after completion of graduation.

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