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4 hours ago, Guest zainab said:

Why all the Prophets and Imans were male?

Prophethood is always tasked to men.  There is an excessive demand on prophets for one thing, they must meet people of both genders sometimes privately (not acceptable in most cultures until recently).  They had to be free to move about and interact with people in society (again not always acceptable in most cultures until more recently).  Prophets are often under extreme ridicule and women tend to react more emotionally to such  things.  Women are generally not as physically strong and would have a difficult time defending themselves.

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4 hours ago, Guest zainab said:

Why all the Prophets and Imans were male?

If there are Prophets in males, there are Queen of Women among ladies. We often think that it's only Prophets that were sent but there were also women of great piety who were sent to guide women. And they were helped by angels too like Hazrat Maryam a.s. Their institution is called Queen of Women such as Bibi Maryam a.s was queen of women of her time and Syeda Zahra a.s Queen of women of all times.

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We already have the four (4) perfect women of islam, Lady Asiya (s.a), Lady Mariam (s.a), Bibi Khadijah (s.a), and the mistress of the women of the world and heavens, Bibi Fatima Zahraa, daughter of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.w.s)

Also, how could you forget Sayyidah Zainab (a.s), on these nights of sadness :cry:

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