ریاستِ مدینہ میں خواتین کے لیے خصوصی پابندیاں( ایک تحقیقی جائزہ)

Authors

  • Tooba Riaz

Keywords:

Currencies, obligations, history, general public, evolutionary, pre-Islamic

Abstract

As far as the state of Madinah is concerned, it has given a very balanced and comprehensive rights to both men and women, taking into account their nature and composition, and has justly determined the duties and obligations of both. Especially since woman has been an oppressed and persecuted entity since ancient times, the state of Madinah has determined the rights of women fairly according to the requirements of its nature. Islamic law is neither as extreme as the civilized laws of ancient nations nor as distorted as the laws of modern civilization, which seeks to evict a woman from her home by showing her a green garden, and to force her to stumble into exile. So that she can become a toy in the hands of a man and dance to his tunes۔

However, in the state of Madinah, both men and women have equal status as human beings and as far as the payment of their duties and responsibilities are concerned, the scope of both is different. Responsibilities are entrusted to the man according to the judgment of nature and the burden of housekeeping and administration is borne by the woman according to her physical constitution. In terms of their mental, physical and psychological realities, this is a true and natural scope and there is no insult to either of them because neither the man himself is "complete" in his place. Nor can a woman be a "perfect being" in her place, but the union of the two creates a "perfect personality.

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Published

28-12-2021