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 do you REALLY REALLY have to leave your house sister?

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Bismillaah Rahaman Raheem Alhamdulilaah Rabbil Alaameen Wa salatu wa salaam wa Ala Nabiyyan Mohammed Amma B'ad! Masha Allah TabaarAllaah En underbara Atrikel Av en syster Yemen! Må Allaah Belöna Henne! Fick mig och Tänka efter nästa gång om de värkligen VIKTIGT att gå ut utan nån aledning? Må hoppas detta är en nytta till er Alla andra systrar så som de blev en nytta för mig Alhamdulilaah och må Allaah göra oss en utav dom kvinnorna som blir dom rättfärdiga Kvinnorna *Ameen*! HARDCORE HOUSE-DAUGHTERS/WIFES!*Ler*


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Leaving the house<o:p></o:p>

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Translated by Umm Mujahid from Fataawa Muhimatu linisaa al Ummah<o:p></o:p>

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Compiled by 'Amr Abdul Mun'im Saleem<o:p></o:p>

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It was asked to Sheikh Al-Albani, rahimahu Allaah, in Al Fataawa Al Imaaraatiyah<o:p></o:p>

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What is the Shari'ah ruling on the permissibility of the Muslim woman working outside her home, while leaving her children with female caretakers or female Muslim servants?<o:p></o:p>

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He answered: The principle of this question is when Allaah aza wa jal says, addressing the women of the ummah in the person of the Prophet's (sal Allaahu aleihi wa salam) women:<o:p></o:p>

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And stay in your houses, and do not display your selves like that of the times of ignorance<o:p></o:p>

(Surah Al-Ahzaab, Ayat 33)<o:p></o:p>

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Sheikh Al-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah, rahimahu Allaah says:<o:p></o:p>

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"Verily, the standard for the man is to be prominent and to go out, and the standard for the woman is to take care of the necessary in the houses and to leave off the outside, except going out for what is necessary for her."<o:p></o:p>

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And in Sahih Bukhari , verily when Allaah made the hijab obligatory upon the woman, (the Prophet) sal Allaahu aleihi wa salam, said <o:p></o:p>

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"Verily, the women are allowed to go out for their needs. "<o:p></o:p>

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And if the woman leaves her home concealed by her hijab, without perfume, then her going out is permissible, as for when she commits something from what we have stated previously (i.e. leaves without proper hijab, or is wearing perfume) or leaves off some of the obligatory things in her home (this is not permissible), as it comes under the preceding text from the Qur'an<o:p></o:p>

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"And stay in your houses…"<o:p></o:p>

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So it is not permissible for her to leave and to leave her children with servants. The mother knows better than them what her children want, and knows best how to guide them and teach them.<o:p></o:p>

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End of translation<o:p></o:p>

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Alhamdulillaah, and may His peace and blessings be upon His final Prophet and Messenger, his family, his companions, and those who follow them in righteousness until the Last Day.<o:p></o:p>

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We see from the words of both Sheikh al-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah and Sheikh Al-Albani, rahimahum Allaah, that the best place, the place where the righteous Muslimah can both gain and give the most benefit, is in her home. The exception is when the Muslimah must leave her house out of necessity…and so what is necessity? <o:p></o:p>

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Is it to take advantage of the sales at WalMart? Is it to take the children to McDonalds so that she does not have to cook? Is it to visit someone for idle talk, just to "get something off of her chest?" Is it simply "cabin fever'? Is it to have extra spending money, or to make it possible to "live a little easier?"<o:p></o:p>

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Or is it to attend a lecture by a knowledgeable person? Or sisters' classes at the masjid? Or is it to visit a sister whom you know will assist you in remembrance of Allaah? Or is it to visit a sick Muslim in your area? Or is it to work in a halal environment simply because there is no other choice? We must judge according to the guidelines set forth for us in the Qur'aan and Sunnah, to what is obligatory upon us Islaamically, and not according to our own desires and whims. <o:p></o:p>

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It is important for us to always prioritize in our lives, to ask ourselves what we can do to help ourselves along the path to righteousness. What is more important, pleasing Allaah, or getting that new skirt for $10.00? Pleasing Allaah or going to the restaurant where you are surrounded by disbelievers, listening to piped in music that brings back memories from the days before you embraced Islaam? Pleasing Allaah or getting the latest on that new sister whose husband isn't supporting her and her five children? Pleasing Allaah or telling your best friend the secrets of your household? Again, the choices are clear, we just have to be willing to look at them and face up to ourselves and our weaknesses.<o:p></o:p>

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Along with this is the stress in Islaam on the importance of the role of the mother to her children. All of us who have lost a mother know the truth of this from personal experience, mash'Allaah. It is both a great joy and a great responsibility to be a mother, alhamdulillaah, and it is something we must take very seriously. Even if we do not go out and leave them under someone else's care, even if we take them with us to wherever we go, we must ask ourselves what we are teaching our children by doing so. Are we teaching them that to have fun we must leave the house? Are we teaching them that the ways of the disbelievers are better than the ways of the Muslims? Really think about this, sisters, are you making the world of the non Muslims look attractive to them, instead of instilling them with a love for the ways of the Muslims?<o:p></o:p>

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So please, sisters, think on this ayaat and the words of these two scholars, and the next time you throw on your hijaab to leave the house, ask yourself some hard questions about your motives, answer them honestly, and then ask yourself what is the best thing you can do to please your Lord.<o:p></o:p>

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Subhanaka Allaahumma wa bihamdik, wa la il aha ila ant, wa astaghfiruka wa attubu ilayk

Umm MujahidKhadijah Bint LacinaYemen

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