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Rewards for Women in Islam


A single pious, practicing woman is equal to 70 saints (aulia-e-kraam ).

A single bad (evil) woman is equal to 1000 bad men.

Two rakaats namaaz of an aalimah woman are better than 80 rakaats of ordinary women.

A breastfeeding woman gets one good for each drop of milk that is fed to the child.

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 jihad.

A woman, who is deprived of sleep owing to her child crying at night, receives the sawaab of freeing 20 slaves.

When a husband and a wife look at each other with love and affection, Allah Paak himself looks at both of them with love and affection.

Personal Reformation

Salaams Everyone,

I recently had a very mubarak dream and I have decided to go on a journey of self reformation.

I would like to apologise to all the sisters on the forum for my anti wife/women attitude. I know I have caused a lot of hurt to many of you. Please find it in your hearts to forgive a misguided brother.

I will still be on the forum but will hopefully only contribute where necessary, eg. when things that are not permissible in Islam are advocated or made permissible. I consider myself a student rather than a teacher.

Why Women Nag

Women nag about their husbands’ uselessness because it makes them feel more feminine, a new study has revealed. According to Daily Mail, researchers insist that men’s lack of effort on the domestic front could actually be a myth created by their partners, as female breadwinners feel guilty about devoting too much time to their career, and not enough to their role of wife and mother.

By complaining about their husbands' alleged shortcomings, they feel more feminine because they can control the traditionally female role of maintaining the home and family.