The Early Muslim Women
Compiled and Translated By Dr. Abdul-Hamid Eliwa (Al-Azhar University)
Hardback 232 pages
Published by Dar al-Manarah Egypt
Muslim women have
always played a vital role in the Muslim community, and not only in traditional
roles. Early Muslim women served the community through scholarship,
teaching, nursing, and other important activities.
This book covers many Prominent Women throughout History Including:
Hawa the Mother of the Prophets, Sara, Hajar, Umm Musa, Maryam, The Prophet's Wives & Daughters of the Prophet
Muhammad (SAW) and Many Prominent Sahabiyat.
It also Discusses the Role of the Prophet (S) as a Husband
Far from being downtrodden, meek slaves to the
men in their lives, these women served Allah and their community with bravery
and wisdom. Muslim women look to them as role models, may Allah be pleased
with them all.
Note: It does not discuss Assiya the Wife of Pharaoh
who is also among the Best Women
'The best women of mankind are four: Mariam
daughter of Imran, Assiya wife of Pharaoh, Khadija daughter of Khuwailid, and
Fatima daughter of the Messenger of Allah.' -
(narrated by Anas, recorded in Bukhari and Muslim)
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