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The Hypernomian Revolution

Why woman should stay in Home?

Below is the result of feedback form Abu Sulaymaan:

Bismillaahi-r-Rahmaani-r-Raheem, wa-s-Salaatu wa-s-Salaamu 'alaa Sayyidinaa Muhammada-r-Rasoolullaahi wa alaa 'Aalihee wa Ashaabihee Ajma'een. Wa-s-Salaamu 'Alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh.

Jazakumallahu Khayrun, brother Abu Mujahid and Dharb-e-Mu'min, for supplying this source of truth and information about the heroes of the Muslims, the Mujahideen. I have been reading your web page for nearly 10 months now, and rely on the articles and news for inspiration and fortification. In this Daar-al-Kufr, with our Deen and our brothers being assaulted and derided constantly, it is important that we have authentic news from the lands of Jihad and Islam to remind us and encourage us. May Allaah give victory to the Taliban, to the Muslims and to the Mujahideen in every land, and may He keep them all steadfast on Deen, and may He cause the Mujahideen of the Taliban and the Mujahideen of Amir Usama bin Ladin and the Mujahideen of Harakat al-Ansar to liberate the lands of the Muslims from the grip of the Kuffaar and Munafiqeen. Ameen, Ya Rabbi-l-'Aalameen!

Also, I would like to mention to the people that the Taliban have not violated Qur'an at all by confining women to the home. The Ayaat of Hijab state that the women should "STAY IN YOUR HOUSES, and do not display yourselves like that of the times of ignorance." (33:33), and to the believers, it is commanded "And when you ask (his wives) for anything you want, ask them from behind a screen." (33:53) Here is what the Mufasireen said about these ayat:

In regard to 33:33:

Mujahid and Qatadah say that the word Tabarruj in this verse means walking in a lewd way. Muqatil states that Tabarruj is when a woman only covers her head with her head with her scarf without covering her neck and chest. Mubarrad says that Tabarruj is when a woman reveals her physical attractiveness which she is required to hide. Lais states that Tabarruj is when a woman does not hide the beauty of her face and her physical shape and considers it good to reveal it. Abu Ubaidah (radiallahu anhu) says Tabarruj is when a woman exhibits her beauty and her body in a way as to cause sexual excitement in men. Allamah Ibn Jauzi, after quoting the above statements, writes: I believe that coming out of her house and roaming about the streets in itself is sufficient to cause trouble, let alone exhibiting her beauty and her body. (Ahkaamun-Nisa') This Verse provides a clear argument that women are required to stay in their homes and it is forbidden for them to leave their homes...And all the ettiquettes in this Verse were taught to the Wives of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) to safeguard their chastity. All Muslim women are required to follow these Commandments. (Imam Abu Bakr Jassaas, Jassaas, vol. 5,p. 230) These are the etiquettes Allah taught the Wives of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and since all the women of the Muslim Ummah are required to follow their example, these commandments are applicable to all Muslim women. (Tafsir Ibne Kathir, Vol. 3, p. 483)

In regard to 33:53:

Muslims were forbidden from entering the houses of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam), as they used to enter each others houses without permission in the days before Islam. Allah chose modesty and honour for this Ummah and commanded them to observe Hijab. Undoubtedly, this commandment is in respect and honour of this Ummah. (Tafsir Ibne Kathir) Although the three Commandments in this Verse (33:53), i.e., entering the house of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) after permission, not engaging in idle talk after the meal, and observing Hijab between men and the wives of the Prophet, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, were revealed specifically for the houses of the Prophet and his Wives, these are binding for all Muslims as we are required to follow the guidance and tradition of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam). Unless, of course, if Allah Himself specifies that a particular rule is meant only for the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) and the Ummah is not subjected to it, which is not the case here. (Ibn 'Arabi, Ahkaam-ul-Qur'aan, vol. 5, p. 342) This Verse provides the permission to ask, from behind a screen (Hijab), the Wives of the Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) for any necessary thing, including any matters of religion. And, all Muslim women would be bound by the same rule. Beside this Verse, other principles of the Islamic doctrine also tell us that a woman, for her honour) deserves to be hidden - her body as well as her voice. (Tafsir-ul-Qurtubi, vol. 14 , p. 227)

These texts were taken from "Hijab" by Dr. Mohammed Ismail Memon Madani, which is a very good English language book on the subject.

After these Ayaat of Hijaab, women were carried on camels in a covered Haudaj. They only went out if their faces and bodies were fully covered with a Jalbaab. They were not required or encouraged to participate in Jihaad unless completely necessary. They were forbidden to travel without a Mahram. A man who does not apply these rules on his family is a Dayyouth, and a government that does not enforce these regulations is throwing the Shari'ah behind its' back. That women must be covered and protected are Islamic facts, and anyone who denies these facts has left the Jama'ah of the Muslims.

Wa-s-Salaamu 'Alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakatuh.