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The Woman

Primitive and modern ignorance have an identical look into the woman: Pessimism and humiliation. However, their methods of treatment are different. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities, P.11)

In my view, the woman is the pillar in life's tent. She is that axis the family spins around, its members are attracted to, and the one it is familiar with and formed by. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities, P. 14)

The woman has the ability to perform activities in harmony with her physical structure, spiritual and sentimental attributes, and in the limit of preserving her chastity. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities, P. 14)

Our position toward the woman should rise from our loyalty to Fatemah A-Zahra, so should our knowledge of the house of mission and the Mohammedan tree, which should remain and continue to the Day of Resurrection. Our position toward this great lady is that of ours toward the contemporary woman. In the same manner, our attention to Fatemah has a reflection on our attention to the woman. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities, P. 19)

Men's view of the woman should be positive so that no right of her is wasted. Likewise, women's responsibility is not to look contemptuously into themselves because when they see that Allah had sent all His prophets from among men they become heavyhearted. However, Allah had not ignored their principal role and had selected from among them good examples such as Maryam/Mary whom He made the first lady in her time; the pure righteous A-Zahra whom He made the world's first lady; lady Zaynab, the Commander of the Faithful's sister; lady Khadija Bint Khowailed, and A'siya Bint Mozahim are also within this group. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities, PP. 19-20)

Islam believes that women's and men's responsibilities are alike. Therefore, it addresses them equally, and says O people, or O those who have believed. It is obvious that the words people and those who have believed include both the male and female. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities, P.32)

Wearing the Islamic Hijab/veil is both a duty and must. However it is neither an obstacle to women, nor hinders them from activity and participation, and contribution. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities, P.39)

Women have no exemption whatsoever against their negligence toward their divine duties. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities P. 47)

The women's responsibilities in today's society are far more important and critical than those of the scholars, orators, and social figures. For, the astray and deviated regimes, and their ignorant supporters and protectors among the Westerners have not left us anything. The satanic plans and methods have overwhelmed everything, and only the family is left for us, that which, too, they intend to confiscate and seize. (The Woman Between Daily Tasks and Missionary Responsibilities, P. 9)


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