Rulings Pertaining to Muslim Women


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Publisher: Dar-us-Salam

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Nature of Fasting
Nature of Fasting
Signs of the Hour
Signs of the Hour
AuthorSalih Al-Fawzaan
TranslatorBurhan Loqueman
Size in Inches6x9
Size in CM15x22
Edition1st - October 2002
Weight (lbs)0.68

This books goes over many important laws relating to women dealing with aspects of everyday life to special events. "The woman has been given a particular status in Islaam. Great importance is attached to her position, and the Prophet, may the peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him used to give special guidance to women, and left his guidance for them in his speech at 'Arafaat."


All praise be to Allaah who decreed and guided, and created the pairs, male and female, from a single drop. I bear witness that there is no god worthy of worship except Allaah, alone without partners in worship. All praise be to Him firstly and lastly. I bear witness that Muhammad is his servant and messenger; he was raised to the heavens and shown the great Signs of his Lord. May the peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him, his family and companions, the virtuous, and the people of intellect.

The woman has been given a particular status in Islaam. Great importance is attached to her position, and the Prophet, may the peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him used to give special guidance to women, and left his guidance for them in his speech at 'Arafaat. These points prove that it is compulsory to pay special attention to women at all times, and in particular today, when the Muslim woman has been singled out for attack, in order to deprive her of her nobility and status. It is therefore incumbent to warn women of these dangers and explain to them the path of success.
I hope this book will be a pointer to this path, as it contains some of the Islaamic laws specific to woman. The book is a small contribution; a small effort and I hope that Allaah makes it beneficial despite its smallness. The book is the first step on this path after which, it is hoped, greater and more expansive steps are taken to achieve what is better.

I have divided this work into the following sections:
1..Chapter One: General Laws
2. Chapter Two: Laws Pertaining to the Beautification of the Body
3. Chapter Three: Laws Regarding Menstruation, False Menstruation and Lochia
4. Chapter Four: Laws Pertaining to Dressing and Hijaab
5. Chapter Five: Laws Pertaining to the Woman and Her Salaat
6. Chapter Six: Laws Pertaining to Women Regarding Funerals
7. Chapter Seven: Laws Pertaining to Fasting
8. Chapter Eight: Laws Regarding Hajj and Umrah
9. Chapter Nine: Laws Regarding Marriage and Divorce
10. Chapter Ten: Laws That Protect The Honor Of The Woman And Her Chastity

Table of Contents

General Laws

1. The status of a woman before the age of Islaam
2. The status of women during the age of Islaam
3. The desires of the enemies of Islaam and their lackeys with regard to stripping the Muslim woman of her honor and rights

Laws Pertaining To The Beautification Of The Body

The prohibitions regarding her hair and eyebrows,
and the ruling regarding dyeing and tinting the hair.

Laws Regarding Menstruation, False Menstruation & Lochia

1. Menstruation and laws pertaining to it
The age at which a Woman starts menstruating
Laws pertaining to the woman in menses
Note: Regarding yellowish and brownish discharges
Note: How does a woman know that her menstruation has ended?
What the woman must do at the end of her menses
The method of this cleansing (Ghusl)
Important Note
Istihaaduh (False Menstruation)
What the woman afflicted with this type of bleeding should do when she is considered to be in a state of purity
The Laws Regarding Lochia (Nifaas)
Rulings pertaining to Nifaas44
Another Note
The usage of pills
The Ruling concerning Abortion

Laws Pertaining To Dressing & Hijaab

A description of the Islaamic dress of a Woman
The Hijaab

Laws Pertaining To The Woman Regarding Her Salaat

Laws Pertaining To Women Regarding Funerals

Laws Pertaining To Fasting

Those on whom fasting is obligatory

Laws Pertaining To Hajj & 'Umra

Rulings specific to women on Hajj

Laws Pertaining To Marriage & Divorce

Taking the opinion of a woman about her marriage
The condition of a Wali (Guardian) in the Woman's Marriage
The ruling concerning beating the Duf (tambourine) by women in order to announce a wedding
The woman 's obedience to her husband and the prohibition of 'her disobedience to him
If the woman .sees that the husband does not want her, but she wishes to remain with him, what can she do to resolve the situation?
If the woman hates the man and she does not wish to remain with him, what could she do?
If the woman asks her husband for a divorce without any valid reason, what punishment does she deserve?
What the woman must do after the termination of her marriage
The Prohibitions Applicable to the Woman in Her 'Iddah
1. The Ruling Concerning Marriage Proposals to Her
2. It is haraam for a woman to contract a marriage with someone during her' Iddah.
Note: Two important facts in 'Iddah
3. The impermissible things for a woman after the death of her husband

Laws Which Protect The Nobility & Chastity Of A Woman

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