اسلام میں عورتوں کے حقوق تفریح اور عصری رسوم و رواج: جائزہ

Recreation Rights For Women and Contemporary Customs and Traditions an Analysis

  • Abdul Rehman, Muhammad Naveed Khan Research Fellow

Abstract

Besides, tolerance is an essential part of Islam. As our Prophet SAW would say: Islam is very easy to perform and extremely tender, and I have been blessed with a shariah that is very soft and pure. Keeping others happy and spreading smiles is actually the purpose of life. The companions who had kept the nearest company with the Prophet SAW had been very easy going and good-mannered. Because they were taught by the Prophet SAW himself. Several Hadiths suggest that consoling the broken is charity. The Prophet SAW said: your looking towards your Muslim brother with a smile is Sadaqa. So as the entertainment is a part of human instinct, it is, with certain moral restrictions, as openly acceptable in Islam as the other religions. Islam not only allows entertainment, but it encourages his followers to take rest and give his body its due rights. So the prophet Muhammad SAW would say: verily, your body has rights upon you. And your family has rights upon you. So entertainment is not allowed but required from a Muslim, staying within the prescribed limits. Islamic law has no gender preferences. It is equally applicable on men and women alike, except for some gender specific cases. The perception that in Islam a male can have all sorts of entertainment, no matter how immoral it may be, but a woman is prohibited to do so is absolutely wrong.

Published
2022-06-29
How to Cite
Abdul Rehman, Muhammad Naveed Khan. (2022). اسلام میں عورتوں کے حقوق تفریح اور عصری رسوم و رواج: جائزہ: Recreation Rights For Women and Contemporary Customs and Traditions an Analysis . AL-QAWĀRĪR, 3(3), 1-14. Retrieved from https://journal.al-qawarir.com/index.php/alqawarir/article/view/190