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Reward of Women's Suffering

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  • Mr. P. I. HUBLOU
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ILM-publication/files/%20READING% 20MATERIAL%20%28%2B%20Gender%20related%20issues%29/%20GENDER%
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 16, 2001
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      From: "Um Hussayn" <so_dakota_islam@...>
      To: dawaah@...
      Subject: Reward of Women's Suffering
      Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2001

      Bismillah Irahmaan Iraheem

      In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. Praise be to
      Allah, Lord of the Worlds and Peace and Blessings be upon Prophet
      Muhammad (saw).

      1. A single pious practicing woman is equal to 70
      Aulia-e-Kiraam (the awesome in God-fearing).

      2. Two rakaat salaat of an Alimah woman are better
      than 80 rakaat of ordinary women.

      3. A breast feeding woman gets one good deed for each
      drop of milk that is fed to the child.

      4. When a husband comes home full of worries and the wife extends
      warm welcome to him and consoles him, she receives the reward of half

      5. When a woman is deprived of sleep owing to her child crying at
      night,she receives the reward of freeing 20 slaves.

      6. When a husband and wife look at each other with love and
      affection,Allah(swt) Himself looks at both of them with love and

      7. A woman who sends out her husband in the path of Allah and stays
      at home by herself, maintaining her honor and dignity i.e.
      protecting herself against decollation and dishonesty) will enter
      Jannat 500
      hundred years before her husband while 70,000 angels and hoors will
      serve her. She will be given Ghusal in Jannat and sitting on a
      mountain of pearls she will await the arrival of her husband.

      8. A woman who is rendered restless owing to the
      illness of her baby and yet kept on striving to comfort the baby,
      Allah (swt) forgives all her sins and gives her reward of 12 years
      accepted Ibaadat worship).

      9. While milking her animal (cow, goats, etc.) if a
      woman makes the zikr of Bismillah, that very animal makes dua to
      Allah (swt) on her behalf.

      10. When a woman makes the zikr of Bismillah while preparing dough
      (making food) her livelihood is increased i.e. she receives blessings
      in her provision).

      11. When a woman makes zikr while sweeping (cleaning)
      she receives the reward of sweeping, Baitullah (Kabah).

      12. A chaste woman who is mindful of Salaat, Fasting and also serves
      her husband, for her all the 8 doors of Jannat are opened. She may
      enter from whichever
      door she likes.

      13. The salaat and Ibaadat (worship) of a woman
      disobedient to her husband do not reach the Heavens.

      14. Every night of an expectant mother (a woman who is
      carrying baby in her womb) is counted as spent in Ibaadat (worship)
      and every day is spent in fasting.

      15. A woman receives the reward of 70 years Salaat and Fasting in
      birth to one child, and the pain suffered in every vein of her body
      while giving birth, for that she will receive the reward of one Hajj.

      16. If a woman dies within the 40 days after giving birth, Allah (swt)
      gives her the status of Shahadat (that is she dies as a Shaheed,

      17. Upon the child crying at night, if the mother
      feeds the child (gives milk to the child ) without
      cursing, she receives the reward of performing Salaat
      for one year and of keeping fast for one year.

      18. When a child finishes the period of breast feeding
      an Angel comes down and gives glad tidings to the mother and Allah
      (swt) has made Jannat wajib(compulsory) for her.

      19. When the husband comes home to sleep and wife
      gives him food to eat(not being involved in dishonesty
      with regard to herself and her husbands belongings) Allah (swt)
      gives her the reward of 12 years Ibaadat (worship).

      20. When a wife presses the legs of her husband without him asking
      her to do so, she gets the reward of giving in charity 7 ounces of
      gold; and if she presses his legs after he asks her to do so, she
      receives the reward of giving 7 ounces of silver in charity.

      21. When a woman's husband dies while he was happy and
      pleased with her,jannat (paradise) becomes wajib (compulsory) for her.

      22. In Jannat (Paradise) people will go to visit (see) Allah
      (swt), but Allah (swt) Himself will visit (go to see) the woman who
      observed Hijab (covering) while in Dunya (this world).

      23. Women who wear thin (see through) garments, or who arouse passion
      in men, or meet men they are not allowed to mix with, or move about
      openly while adorned (dressed up or wearing make up), or who live
      without hijab (covering), will never enter jannat (paradise). In fact
      they will not even smell the fragrance of Jannat.

      24. A woman who has undergone a great amount of suffering and
      difficulties in this world will be classified with Hazrat Asya
      (R.A.). She was the wife
      of Firoun (Pharaoh) who, despite the fact that she was his wife,
      tortured and prosecuted her, to renounce Deen (religion) and Iman
      (faith). She gave her life in the process (i.e. she died of the
      punishment meted out to her) but did not forsake Iman (faith).

      25. Every single woman going to hell will take with her 4 jannati
      men, because they had no Fikr (worry) nor they cared, in Dunya (this
      world), about the deen (religion) and Iman (faith) of that woman,
      and did not teach her Deen. These men will be:
      (a) her father -
      (b) her brother(s) -
      (c) her husband -
      (d) and her son(s).

      26. If a woman looks at men she is not allowed to see according to
      the Shariah, Allah (swt) sends His curse upon her, just as it is
      forbidden for a male too (Remember that lowering the gaze is a
      command on both men and women in Islam)

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