Women going to university while adorned and displaying their charms

Question 10: What is the ruling on the salary a women receives in return for working outside her home? What if she goes to work while adorned and displaying her charms? What about the money given to a university student? What if she goes to university while adorned and displaying her charms?

Answer: First, the original ruling is that a woman should not leave her house, except with her husband’s permission. If her husband gives her permission, she should go out unadorned so that she does not attract men’s attention. She should also cover her face, hands and all her body; it is impermissible for her to display her beauty according to Allaah’s Saying, …and do not display yourselves like that of the times of ignorance Her husband can prevent her from going out if she insists on displaying her beauty… read more here.

Ruling on the salary a women receives in return for working outside her home?

Question 9: What is the ruling on the salary a women receives in return for working outside her home? What if she goes to work while adorned and displaying her charms? What about the money given to a university student? What if she goes to university while adorned and displaying her charms?

Answer: First, the original ruling is that a woman should not leave her house, except with her husband’s permission. If her husband gives her permission, she should go out unadorned so that she does not attract men’s attention. She should also cover her face, hands and all her body; it is impermissible for her to display her beauty according to Allaah’s Saying, …and do not display yourselves like that of the times of ignorance Her husband can prevent her from going out if she insists on displaying her beauty… read more here.

Obeying the husband and asking his permission to go out

Question 8: I am married and have a child, thanks to Allaah. Some small problems broke out between me and my husband. One day, my elder sister phoned me, and I told her about a problem that I had with my husband. She told me to leave my child with him and go to my family as the wife of so-and-so did when she left her twenty-day child with her husband. She advised me to do the same as her. She told me to hit my husband with a knife or the like in case another dispute takes place between us. When I first told her what had happened, I thought she would give me good advice. I thought she cared about my future and does not want to ruin my life. I was enraged by her words; she cursed my husband and said that he was a bastard.

When I told my husband, he got angry and prevented me fromvisiting her forever. I told him that severing the ties of kinship is Haraam (prohibited). However, he insisted on his stand.

Respected shaykh, this is my problem; should I obey my husband and sever the ties of kinship with my sister, or what should I do? Answer me, may Allaah reward you with the best.

Answer: Obeying your husband and asking his permission to visit your sister is obligatory. You should convince him in a nice way; if he persists, you have to obey him, for obeying him is obligatory upon you, and you will not be held accountable for not visiting your sister… read more here.

Wife visiting her parents once a week

Question 7: I wear Niqaab (face veil), all praise be to Allaah. My husband is a Multazim (practicing muslim) and good-mannered man, but he tries to prevent me from visiting my family. I do not want to go out of the house very often. If he permits me to visit my father once a week, will this be against the teachings of Islaam? Is the order to maintain the ties of kinship exclusive to men? Do not women have rights over their husbands other than providing them with food, drink, and shelter? Are not they entitled to other nonmaterial rights? Please advise, may Allaah show mercy to you.

Answer: Islaam has assigned rights and duties that both the husband and wife should mutually observe and fulfill for one another. One of these rights is tokeep good company with one another. There will be no blame on the wife if she visits her parents once a week or once every other week. That is because maintaining the ties of kinship is obligatory for the Mukallaf (person meeting the conditions to be held legally accountable for their actions), male and female alike… read more here.

Going out without the husband’s permission to work or to visit others

Question 6: What is the ruling on a woman going out without her husband’s permission to visit her female neighbor, her family, or to work?

Answer: It is impermissible for her to do so unless her husband explicitly permits her to go out. However, such permission may be implied by `Urf (custom) which is agreed upon by both of them or that there is a condition in the contract of marriage to the effect that a wife is to be given permission to work… read more here.

Wife going out to visit her relatives and neighbors

Question 5: What is the ruling on a woman who goes out to visit her sister, the wives of her husband’s relatives, and her neighbors without her husband’s permission, as their houses are so close?

Answer: A wife should not leave her husband’s house for such reasons without her husband’s permission. If she takes his permission, she may go out but she has to observe the etiquettes of Islam, wear her veil and avoid applying perfume… read more here.

Wife going out for some errands while observing decency

Question 4: What is the ruling on a woman going to the market to meet her needs? There is nobody to do this task except her husband who does not know the needs of the house and the wife. It is noteworthy that the woman wears complete Hijaab (veil) and lowers her voice when she goes out. What is the ruling on women going out without their husband’s consent?

Answer: If the reality is as you have mentioned, that she goes out after asking her husband’s permission to meet the necessary needs and there is nobody else to do so, there is nothing wrong with it. However, all goodness lies in staying at home and not going out frequently except in cases of necessity… read more here.

Wife going out of her husband’s house

Question 3: What should a Muslim woman do if she wants to leave her husband’s house to go somewhere?

Answer: A wife has to seek her husband’s permission before leaving his house. If he gives her permission, she may go out wearing decent clothes and veil and avoiding any aspect which may lead to temptation… read more here.

Woman going out adorned and beautified

Question 2: What is the ruling on the salary a women receives in return for working outside her home? What if she goes to work while adorned and displaying her charms? What about the money given to a university student? What if she goes to university while adorned and displaying her charms?

Answer: First, the original ruling is that a woman should not leave her house, except with her husband’s permission. If her husband gives her permission, she should go out unadorned so that she does not attract men’s attention. She should also cover her face, hands and all her body; it is impermissible for her to display her beauty according to Allaah’s Saying, …and do not display yourselves like that of the times of ignorance Her husband can prevent her from going out if she insists on displaying her beauty… read more here.

Woman leaving her house without her husband’s permission

Question 1: What is the ruling on a woman going out to the market without her husband’s permission?

Answer: If a woman wants to go out, she should inform her husband about the place she is going to and take his permission as he knows what benefits her. For the general meaning of Allaah’s Saying… read more here.