خواتین کے حقوق مالیہ- سیرت طیبہﷺ کی روشنی میں
Women's Finance Rights in the Light of Sīrat-e-Ṭayyibah
Keywords:Women, Islam, Financial Rights, Trading, Ḥaq Mehr
Before Islām, there were many religions and legal systems in the world in which women did not have the right to own property, but rather they were considered property. Islām has placed men and women in the same category as human beings, just as a man owns his own property and has the right to dispose of it. In the same way, women can become owners and spend their property as they wish. Therefore, the jurists agree that a woman will have guardianship over her property, she can buy and sell her property, she can rent it. Western civilization has driven women out of the home and put them to work in factories and other places. In this way, earning a living outside the home caused many other problems. In these circumstances, Islam is the only religion that has taken the path of moderation. Women are half of humanity, so Islam ensures the protection of women's financial rights by avoiding all forms of extremism. Whether a woman has a status, be it a mother or a daughter, a wife or a sister or any other relationship, Islam has given her financial rights in every status. Society is bound to pay for their rights. Similarly, regardless of any relationship, Islām has given every woman a lot of financial rights as a human being. In this article, the financial rights of women given by Islam have been reviewed in the light of Sīrat-e-Ṭayyibah.