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Are women allowed to have a career according to Is

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8 hours ago, alidu78 said:

I make a topic about that some month ago. They could do practically every jobs except juge or principal leader of a country if I remember well. 

Woman can also be judges. There are female judges in Iran currently. 

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5 hours ago, zionismdestroyer said:

yes but not working with men only women can job with women there should be no men there

That's not true; some of us live in a Western society, and it is difficult for us to not engage and interact with everyone, both males and females. It is permissible for men and women to work together but only if it's work based and no physical contact. Not just in workplaces but even in schools and universities.

 

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On 3/6/2018 at 9:59 AM, notme said:

And what's up with all the hashtags? 

its so that when someone does a Google or Yahoo search for those specific hashtags they will see this thread in the search results. Its basically making the thread searchable across the board. I'd suggest a Mod go in and delete them out. 

On 3/6/2018 at 8:56 AM, Salamislam. said:

while there are millions of women working all over the world in different positions , Are #Muslimwomen allowed to have a career and job ? 

Where have you heard otherwise? A simple Google or Yahoo search would've given you the results. The entire Muslim diaspora worldwide is full of women pursuing careers in just about every field out there from Medicine to Law to Engineering to (insert career field here). 

Kind of curious as to what the intention of this thread is. :dry:

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15 hours ago, 3wliya_maryam said:

That's not true; some of us live in a Western society, and it is difficult for us to not engage and interact with everyone, both males and females. It is permissible for men and women to work together but only if it's work based and no physical contact. Not just in workplaces but even in schools and universities.

youre right !

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On 3/7/2018 at 10:23 AM, 3wliya_maryam said:

That's not true; some of us live in a Western society, and it is difficult for us to not engage and interact with everyone, both males and females. It is permissible for men and women to work together but only if it's work based and no physical contact. Not just in workplaces but even in schools and universities.

im not anti women just to make it clear i respect women but truth is truth 

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3 hours ago, zionismdestroyer said:

im not anti women just to make it clear i respect women but truth is truth 

That's not the truth even women during the prophet's days would work 

A woman's role isn't just being a housmaid and looking after her children

She should also work to get paid in order to help her family along with her husband

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2 minutes ago, 3wliya_maryam said:

That's not the truth even women during the prophet's days would work 

A woman's role isn't just being a housmaid and looking after her children

She should also work to get paid in order to help her family along with her husband

but what about their children who should take care of them? ):

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41 minutes ago, zionismdestroyer said:

but what about their children who should take care of them? ):

Raising children isn't meant to be the task of one person - it takes a whole community. The modern "nuclear family" brought about by industrialization and the breakup of extended family, has made it into the job of only mothers, but throughout human history this hasn't been the case. In the not so distant past, men, women, and even older children worked to survive, unless they were born into wealth, just like nowadays. 

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Depends, this is more of a "can she/should she" type of issue. 

Can she? Within certain fiqhi boundaries, yes. 

Should she? Well now, that is the real question here. And for that, kindly read the two articles I posted below.

 

Although the two articles written below are by a Sunni Muslim woman. The first is particularly intriguing as it shows that this sister in question didn't work because of some personal desire but mostly because the financial goals of her family would not be possible without dual income. And since the sunnah is for a woman to undoubtedly be a housewife, a scholar one time told me that she should thus always strive to be a housewife and the wife working should therefore be done out of necessity rather than desire. 

 

http://bythefigandtheolive.com/housewife-vs-working-wife/

http://bythefigandtheolive.com/resourceful-unafraid/

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