FEMINIST AND ‘WOMEN’S MARCH’

March 8 is celebrated every year as International Women’s Day. The purpose of celebrating this day is to pay tribute to women and highlight their importance in the society. Meetings and processions are held in all major cities of Pakistan on this day in which a large number of women are seen but most of them are women who belong to these organizations. Ordinary housewives are still away from such activities and prefer to stay away, but there are many reasons for this. According to him, the women participating in these rallies do not stand up for their rights but their aim is to promote obscenity in the society.

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There is no doubt that women in rural Pakistan are suffering from domestic violence, away from educational activities and many other problems. They do not have access to basic facilities and treatment but they do not have a forum where they can lodge complaints or their Be able to speak up for rights. If we look at the Women’s March that has been held for the last few years, we rarely see banners that are really based on women’s rights. Most of the banners are against our social culture and Islamic values. Such as ‘My body is my will’, ‘Sit down properly’, ‘Heat your own food’ Etc. etc. If we go into the depths of these sayings, they seem to clash with our social civilization and Islamic values. Attempts are being made to divert women from their origin through various dialogues and awkward statements.

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The word ‘woman’ means ‘veil’, but the women participating in these rallies seem to deny their own caste. Holding a 60,000 mobile phone in her hand, working, English-speaking women look very funny when they talk about freedom.

If the following slogans were written on their banners instead of such awkward phrases, not only would their actions be appreciated in the society but they would also be a source of honor for the country and the nation, such as’ Give me a share in the inheritance Give me facilities for free, stop looking at me, don’t force me to marry, give me a dignified life, the best Muslim is the one who treats women well, daughters are a mercy of Allah, etc.

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In Europe, where Muslim women demand freedom to wear the hijab, women participating in the march are seen demanding freedom from the hijab. The woman whom Islam has honored and respected, given basic rights, placed paradise under her feet, shared her inheritance, gave her a place in the society is becoming an adornment of markets today.

۔ He used to consult his wives in state affairs. When the first revelation was revealed to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), he came to the house and listened to the whole matter with Hazrat Khadijah (ra) and sought her opinion. Hazrat Ayesha Siddique (RA) remained associated with teaching for a long time. There are countless examples in the history of Islam to illustrate the greatness of women. All the wives of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), the purified princesses and the Companions, continued to carry out such noble and noble purposes under the veil. What work did they not do? He did household chores, remained involved in teaching and even took part in battles. When the time of death of Hazrat Fatima (RA) was approaching, she bequeathed her body to be taken out in the dark of night so that no non-mahram could be seen. The world still appreciates his greatness and greets him.