Separate Rooms for the Women in the Mosques

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10 Responses to Separate Rooms for the Women in the Mosques

  1. Pingback: Separate Rooms For The Women In The Mosques « Covered Pearls

  2. Yusuf says:

    Asalamu alaikum,

    Can I ask who is uploading these beneficial translations?

    Wa’alaykum salam

  3. Karl Coutet says:

    This post was very beneficial jazakallahu khayr.
    However if you have more on it or could direct me to a detailed discussion on it that would be much appreciated. As I remember when shaykh falah was asked a similar question and he mentioned about the best place for the women being in the houses, and so made an analogy from this that the women should stay in their separate room.

  4. Abu Seif says:

    Barak Allahu feek. May Allah reward you all immensely.

  5. Ummu Abdillaah says:

    Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem. Assalaamu alaik. With regards to Karl Courtet’s question, with all due respect, could u not have re-iterated your stance that u are only relaying articles only. You referred him to others sources. (I’m not saying this or that is wrong) Kindly tell people to pose the question to du’aat or the ulama in order to protect yourself inshaaAllaah.
    Jazaakallaahu Khair for sharing your aboo’s work.

  6. Madeehah says:

    Assalaamu`alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

    Here is more detail on this issue:

    Click to access praying_behind_the_imaam_outside_the_mosque.pdf

    Compiled and translated by Aboo Talhah Dawud rahimahullaah rahmatan waasi`ah.

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