5 Feminist Acts the Prophet (PBUH) did that Most Egyptian Men would be too Scared to do

5 Feminist Acts the Prophet (PBUH) did that Most Egyptian Men would be too Scared to do

Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) is a feminist icon, if only people knew how liberal he was especially considering the time he lived in. Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) treated women as equals a thousand four hundred years ago in a way that most Egyptian men these days would never have the courage to do.

“Nusaybah Bint Ka’ab was one of the first believers of Prophet Mohamed’s (PBUH) message. She was part of his army and even got injured in Uhud battle while defending the Prophet.”

Fought Next to a Woman

Nusaybah Bint Ka’ab was one of the first believers of Prophet Mohamed’s (PBUH) message. She was part of his army and even got injured in Uhud battle while defending the Prophet. Most Egyptian men would refuse for women to join the army these days; they don’t even think women are of equal strength to them.

 

Married an Independent Business Woman

Not only that, he was also her employee before they get married. She was older than him, richer than him and he still married her. Most Egyptian men would be intimidated by a richer or more successful woman, and the majority wouldn’t even consider marrying an older woman.

 

Took Advice from his Wife

Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) is said to have taken Um Salmah as his advisor during Al Hudaibiyah treaty, one of the most important political events in the early history of Islam. It’s rare when you find an Egyptian man unafraid of taking his significant other’s advice over that of his male friends.

“While many Egyptian men will be embarrassed if caught being romantic with their wives, the Prophet (PBUH) openly showed affection to his wives.”

Was Confident Enough  to Show Affection to his Wives
While many Egyptian men will be embarrassed if caught being romantic with their wives, the Prophet (PBUH) openly showed affection to his wives. One of his Hadiths state “The best of you are those who are best to their wives.”

 

He Helped around the House

Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) helped with house chores. While many Egyptian men look at it as a woman’s job and something they should never do. Aisha, the Prophet’s wife, said “He did what one of you would do in his house. He mended sandals and patched garments and sewed.”

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