What reward do Muslim women get when they go to heaven?
We all have heard that faithful Muslim men will get 72 virgins when they get to heaven, what do faithful Muslim women get when they go to heaven?
Islam is a religion that upholds the values pertaining to modesty. Imagine if the same had been described for women it would have certainly looked in decent, isnt it? As far getting blessings and favours in Jannah is concerned, its purely based on ones good deeds. The Quran describes very clearly that be it man or woman who ever performs good deeds will enter into paradise. And therein he or she gets what ever they want as its explained in surah haam meem as sajda.
Muslim women get a very tired, exhausted Muslim male. God (Allah) works in mysterious ways.
by angelriding 13 months ago
In islam if a male is granted 1000 virgins when they pass over to the other side what do females getin islam if a male who passes away is granted a thousand virgins what happens to females who pass away? what is their heaven?
by Shil1978 6 years ago
Just curious to know the logic - Why do Muslim women wear the veil, whereas Muslim men don't?
by pisean282311 8 years ago
The largest Muslim seminary in India, Darul Uloom of Deoband, has issued a fatwa against working Muslim women, saying working with men is not Islamic. The fatwa says it is unlawful for Muslim women to do any job in government or private institutions that entails men and women working together and...
by muslimah stanley 7 years ago
What can Muslim women do while they are on their menses? Can they still read the Quran?
by ngureco 5 years ago
What’s the rationale most Muslim women dress in black Jilbabs/Burqas and men in white loose robes?
by karl 5 years ago
There is at the moment another debate going on in the UK about the wearing of the niqab, it seems that freedom only goes so far when its against ancient oppression. The niqab has nothing whatsoever to do with freedom or choice. The drive for its acceptance comes from male hardliners who have no...
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