I am a married woman, but I love a man other than my husband. I know this is forbidden in Islam, so I cut off my relationship with him. However, I would like to know if it is right to beseech Almighty Allah to gather me with this man in Paradise.
Tag: Women issues
Is it permissible for women to wear sandal that exposes their feet? What do the scholars say about this? Is there a difference of opinion?
In a Muslim home, it is advisable for a husband and wife to both work?
My first memories of mosques as a female convert in the UK are of waiting around for a reluctant male mosque member who could unlock the door to the dingy, cramped ‘women’s’ room. When I visited Pakistan, I had to plead to be shown the local mosque – it just wasn’t somewhere women went. I …
If you are a woman whose heart is tied to the mosque, you have probably had some version of this hadith quoted to you at some point. You have probably questioned why it is that you are shunned from the mosque simply because of your sex.
If this happens, am I obliged to leave the elevator or stop them from entering?
A man is proposing to me but he is not practicing Sunnah though a devoted Muslim. Can I marry him?
Is it permissible for Muslim women, including the widows, to attend funeral prayers and go to the cemetery for burial?
Is it haram (prohibited) for women to visit the graves of their beloved ones?
Answer: Wa ‘Aleikom Salam, At this point in your career (for motherhood is, indeed, a career), I would suggest looking beyond the typical “going back to school” and starting a new career option although that is an option. I will go over some of the ideas I have for you below: Apply for a Job …