Islam as a perfect religion, has governed all aspects of life. Islam also pays great attention to family survival, according to its position as an important part of society. Family factors become the determinant of the good or bad of a society. This is because family problems are closely related to women and children.
Even women play a role in the family’s survival. The development of the family through the process of descent, making women are in the most important position in giving birth to a new generation of people. Therefore, we must pay attention to the rights of pregnant women, such as:
1.Rights to receive a living from Husband
Women as a wife are entitled to secure welfare. Both in the form of clothing and enough food. Not only when the wife is undergoing the process of reproduction (containing, childbirth, and breastfeeding). But beyond those times, his status as the wife and mother of the children, should also be taken into account. In the period of pregnancy, it is a time when a woman needs food with adequate nutrition.
Even a pregnant woman should take twice as many meals as usual. In this case Islam has obliged the husband to provide a decent living and meet the nutritional standards in accordance with the ability of the husband himself. This is mentioned in the letter of Al-Baqarah verse 233:
‘Mothers may breastfeed their children two complete years for whoever wishes to complete the nursing [period]. Upon the father is the mothers’ provision and their clothing according to what is acceptable. No person is charged more than his capacity. No mother should be harmed through her child, and no father through his child. And upon the [father’s] heir is [a duty] like that [of the father]. And if they both desire weaning through mutual consent from both of them and consultation, there is no blame upon either of them. And if you wish to have your children nursed by a substitute, there is no blame upon you as long as you give payment according to what is acceptable. And fear God and know that Allah is Seeing of what you do’
In other verse is also mentioned. This time from At-Talaq verse 7 :
‘Let a man of wealth spend his wealth, and he is provision is restricted – let him spend from what God has given him. Allah does not charge a soul except according to what He has given it. Allah will bring about, after hardship, ease.’(Video) What every husband needs to do for her wife in Islam I What every wife wants from her husband
The period of pregnancy is a time when a woman needs food with adequate nutrition. Even a pregnant woman should take twice as many meals as usual. In this case Islam has obliged the husband to provide a decent living and meet the nutritional standards in accordance with the ability of the husband himself.For a husband who has the ability to economically should not apply stingy over his wife. Allah swt has affirmed that they give a living according to their ability.
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2.Right to a Decent Place to Live from Her Husband
A wife needs a safe and comfortable home to support psychological development. Both for the wife and the fetus in the womb. In this case Islam has obliged the husband to be responsible for the availability of adequate housing and shelter for his wife, even with a sufficiently clear language the Qur’an in At-Talaq’s letter states that :
‘Lodge them [in a section] of where you dwell out of your means and do not harm them in order to oppress them. And if they should be pregnant, then spend on them until they give birth. And if they breastfeed for you, then give them their payment and confer among yourselves in the acceptable way; but if you are in discord, then there may breastfeed for the father another woman.’
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3.The Rights of Gaining Protection from Husband
Women are entitled to safety and health assurance related to their reproductive function. This right is absolute considering the enormous risks for mothers in performing their reproductive functions. Starting from menstruation, having sex, containing, giving birth or breastfeeding.
A woman while pregnant or pregnant, is entitled to various protections from her husband. Islam has placed men (husbands) as leaders and protectors in the home.The protection that the husband gives to his wife covers various aspects. Protection from domestic violence by not treating the wife in a crude manner. Protection from hunger, protection from illness and others. This is mention in Surah An-Nisaa verse 34 :
‘Men are in charge of women by [right of] what God has given one over the other and what they spend [for maintenance] from their wealth. So righteous women are devoutly obedient, guarding in [the husband’s] absence what God would have them guard. But those [wives] from whom you fear arrogance – [first] advise them; [then if they persist], forsake them in bed; and [finally], strike them. But if they obey you [once more], seek no means against them. Indeed, Allah is ever Exalted and Grand.‘
4.Right to Maintain Cleanliness and Health
Women need special attention in the field of health, especially after childbirth. In addition to the amount of dirty blood that comes out during the puerperium, the condition of women is also still in a state of injury (due to childbirth). Health care is needed to prevent various diseases. It is recognized that cleanliness is the root of Islamic health has made it very clear that cleanliness is a recommendation linked to faith.
[AdSense-A] If you get sick, Islam recommends that people immediately seek treatment. Attempt or effort is an obligation in religion. One can not surrender to fate on the basis of destiny, because Islam always asks us to seek treatment when sick.
5. Rights of Praying
Women have a very special position in Islam, especially pregnant women. This can be seen from the reward to be obtained. Prayers performed by pregnant women take precedence when compared with other women who are not pregnant. Rasulullah SAW said that if two prayer rhymes of pregnant women will be much better and good compared to 80 rakats prayer by non-pregnant women.
Such privileges are given to pregnant women because they carry the fetus in their stomach. This of course makes the fetus in the stomach also participate in praying with his mother, hearing the reading of prayer and also join prostration with the mother to worship Allah SWT and always be in His protection.
6. Rights of Dzikr
Dzikr means remember. We are obliged to remember our creator, which is Allah swt.Pregnant women have a virtue in remembrance. Because he was pregnant with the fetus in his womb, and the angels who also beristighfar for the pregnant woman. Allah Almighty will obey for the pregnant woman with a thousand goodness and also wipe out a thousand evil she has ever done.
7. Rights to check her condition and her fetus
A pregnant woman must check her condition and her baby in his womb. Such as get information about his health condition. Information should be provided directly to clients (and their families). If she feel worried pr concerns about her condition, she can discuss with an environment she could trust. This process takes place personally and is based on mutual trust.
8. Rights to receive a pregnant information as much as she get
Correlated with number 7, a pregnant woman must received a lot of information about pregnancy. Such as knowing in advance what kind of procedure will be done against it. Also she must obtain the service personally / respected privacy in every implementation procedure, and receive service as comfortable as possible. But she can express her views and choices about the services she receives.
9. Rights to giving her baby a beautiful name
A pregnant woman should want a beautiful name for her baby. Because a name means a pray and hope from her (and her husband) to her children. A mother wants the best for her children, and would do anything for them. [AdSense-C]
10. Rights of intercourse with husband
Relationship between husband and wife in Islam can be done anytime, except in the menstruation or nifas (childbirth). Apart from the forbidden time both parties both husband and wife are entitled to do so as long as it is still in the provisions set by Allah swt. With regard to pregnancy there is no single proposition prohibiting married couples to engage in such relationships.
In such intercourse the wife is entitled to get the pleasure and satisfaction as her husband finds. In this case the Messenger of Allah has given a warning that someone is not selfish in having sex by forgetting his partner. This is mentioned in Surah Al-Baqarah verse 233, which is the explanation in point number 1. Also, it is mentioned in some of hadith :
“If a (husband) of you intercourse with his wife then let him do it seriously. When he first reaches orgasm before the wife feels it, let him not rush (remove the zakarnya) until the wife fulfilled his intention to get orgasm“
In another hadith from Ibnu Majah Rasulullah SAW said:
“If one of you intercedes with his wife then do not do it like two camels or a donkey, and start with words and kisses.”
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That was the rights of pregnant woman in Islam. We hope you take this much benefit and applied in daily life. See you in the next article.
Iddah for pregnant women
Divorced women and widows who are pregnant cannot remarry until delivery. Remarriage cannot take place until a period of waiting removes all doubt about any existing pregnancy.
“Each one of you is constituted in the womb of the mother for forty days, and then he becomes a clot of thick blood for a similar period, and then a piece of flesh for a similar period.
Rights of parents
The first and foremost right of the parents is to be treated with goodness and kindness by their children. A hadith records that Muhammad defined a "greatest of great sins" as being undutiful to one's parents.
Instead, Maliki and Hanbali implicitly prohibits pregnancy married, had to wait for the woman giving birth. Even in the Hanbali sect imposed additional conditions, the woman should repent significantly to Allah SWT. Both schools of thought have asserted that the law is invalid pregnancy married.
During the iddah period, the wife gets deprived of everything outside the premise of her deceased husband's house. She is not allowed ( Haraam) to leave her house if she has sufficient resources of basic needs.
Islam allows TOP under certain conditions if the pregnancy has not progressed beyond the 120th day of pregnancy, which is also referred to as the day of ensoulment. This is crucial because if a diagnosis is delayed for any reason, then TOP will become illegal if attempted past the 120th day.
In Islam the placenta is buried because it is believed that "from the (earth) did We Create you, and into it Shall We return you” (The Noble Quran, 20:55). Judaism also believes in burying the placenta. The Xhosa people bury the placenta in the kraal as the belief is that it would bring more fertility to the tribe.
A wet nurse can feed a child only if the mother's milk is not available. Allah recognizes that breast milk is the most wholesome food source for infants.
The Quran does not prohibit birth control, nor does it forbid a husband or wife to space preg- nancies or limit their number. Thus, the great majority of Islamic jurists believe that family plan- ning is permissible in Islam.
A mother's role in Islam is monumental. A bond between a mother and a child is no doubt the most cherished and forms the basis of all life. A mother carries a child in her womb for nine months, gives birth to it, nurtures the child, many times sacrificing her needs for the sake of the child.
Surah A'nam, Verse No. 151, says: "You have to be kind to your parents" (28). Again in Surah Luqman, Verse No. 14; it again says the same thing that: "We have enjoined on the human beings to be kind to his parents.
1- The mother possesses the priority right of child custody so long as she does not remarry. 2- In a situation where both parents profess different religions, custody of the child should go to that parent who follows the religion of Islam.
Zina encompasses any sexual intercourse except that between husband and wife. It includes both extramarital sex and premarital sex, and is often translated as "fornication" in English.
To close, we hold unto the opinion of the majority of scholars which state the ruling of a pregnant wife who is divorced is permissible and it is neither prohibited nor makruh.
According to her, the woman should not use pregnancy as a bait to get married. She added, “If engaged to be married, pregnancy is okay as long as you have your partner's permission to get pregnant. That is, you must have discussed it beforehand. If not, never try to spring surprises.
The object of the iddat is firstly to ascertain whether the wife is pregnant, and if so, the paternity of the child. Secondly, in the event of a revocable divorce, it gives the husband the opportunity to return to his wife, and thirdly, it gives a widow the opportunity to mourn the death of her husband.
- Talaq-e-Raj'i – Revocable divorce. ...
- Talaq-e-Ba'in – Irrevocable divorce. ...
- Talaq-e-Mughallazah – Irrevocable divorce.
Rights and duties during iddat –
The husband is bound to maintain the wife during the period of iddat. The wife cannot marry another person until completion of her iddat, and if the husband has four wives including the divorced one, he cannot marry a fifth wife until the completion of the divorced wife's iddat.
Most doctors and midwives are happy for you to go a few days over your due date as long as everything seems to be okay. Many will let pregnant women go up to two weeks over. After 42 weeks, however, the baby's health might be at risk.
“It's highly unlikely that you would have a pregnancy that would go beyond 10 or 11 months. Highly unlikely…”
With regard to blood and organ donation, Islamic law considers necessity to overrule prohibition, which means that it is permissible for Muslims to participate in blood and organ donation in cases of necessity; and/or if the donation will save another person's life.
Hence, here we state the rulings of storing the umbilical cord: Makruh to keep the umbilical cord of a baby if it is not for any purpose and just as a memento. Permissible if it is for proven medical purposes such as for stem cell therapy that can be used to treat leukaemia, thalassemia and others.
The recitation of Adhan indicates that the child is a Muslim. The Parents of the child uphold that the religion of their child is Islam. The act of giving Adhan in the ears of the child makes sure that the child is called towards Islam.
According to Majilis Ugama Islam Singapura (Muis), the Islamic legal ruling on fasting during pregnancy is that a pregnant woman can fast if she is physically able to do so. If a pregnant woman is in good physical condition and believes she can fast without fear for her health or her baby's health, she should do so.
Most Muslims see breastfeeding as the God (Allah) given right of the child according to the rules of Shariah (Islamic Law). The religious laws regarding breastfeeding are all from the Quran and give parents a degree of flexibility and choice.
Weaning. According to the Qur'an verses quoted above, it is considered a child's right to be breastfed until the approximate age of two. This is a general guideline; one may wean before or after that time by mutual consent of the parents.
Sheik Ali Gomma stated in the decree that inked permanent tattoos are permissible under Islamic law if they meet certain conditions. For instance, drawing or removal of the tattoo must not spill blood or inflict unnecessary pain, and a tattoo must be a means of female decoration and adornment.
The Morning after Pill is a way of oral contraception. Contraception is acceptable in Islam but under certain circumstances and for serious reasons, which have been formed by Shariah.
As mentioned in the literature relating to contraception and Islamic belief, vasectomy or tubectomy (i.e. tubal ligation) is permissible to prevent pregnancy as long as the procedure is temporary (i.e. reversible).
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In the holy scripture of the Muslims, called the Quran, God says, “We have commanded people to be good to their parents: their mothers carried them, with strain upon strain, and it takes two years to wean them. Give thanks to Me and to your parents — all will return to Me” (31:14).
Mothering is among the most complex and demanding work imaginable. Being a mom can require learning the stages of a child's development, preparing nutritionally balanced meals, and helping with algebra. The role is made even more complex by the need for individualized parenting.
Al-Fatiha is also known by several other names, such as Al-Hamd (The Praise), As-Salah (The Prayer), Umm al-Kitab (Mother of the Book), Umm al-Quran (Mother of the Quran), Sab'a min al-Mathani (Seven Repeated Ones, from Quran 15:87), and Ash-Shifa' (The Cure).
What are the property rights of a mother in Islam. A Muslim mother is entitled to inherit from her children if they are independent. She is eligible to inherit one-sixth of her dead child's property if her son is a father as well. In the absence of grandchildren, she would get the one-third share.
Rights and responsibilities of parents
Parents are the first to have the power to act on behalf of the child and ensure their rights are respected. The father and mother use their rights and carry out their duties by making decisions in place of their child.
The first converts to Islam at the time of Muhammad were: Khadija bint Khuwaylid - First person to convert and first free female convert. Ali ibn Abi Talib - First free male child in Muhammad's family to convert.
The ideal age of the marriage is when the marriage parties attain the complete maturity, namely 25 years old.
Prohibitions based on marriage
The daughter-in-law is prohibited for the father, and the mother-in-law, the wife's daughter, the wife's sister and daughters of the wife's siblings (nieces), the maternal and paternal aunts of the wife are all prohibited for the husband.
- Talaq-e-Raj'i – Revocable divorce. ...
- Talaq-e-Ba'in – Irrevocable divorce. ...
- Talaq-e-Mughallazah – Irrevocable divorce.
According to Islamic laws, a pregnant woman can get a divorce. However, she will not be fully divorced until the child is delivered as the baby was conceived during a legal marriage. In this situation, until the baby is born the mother cannot re-marry until 180 days after the child is born.
This period, known as 'iddah' is meant to be a time when a bereaved Muslim woman doesn't mix with society unless she has responsibilities, such as going to work to provide for her family, it's meant to be a time when she takes a break from society.
Talaq is also of three kinds - 'Talaq-e-ahsan', 'Talaq-e-hasan' and 'Talaq-e-biddat'. The Quran and 'hadith' i.e. sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, approve of 'talaq-e-ahsan', and 'talaqe-hasan' as they are considered most reasonable form of divorce.
They must know that there is nothing divine about triple talaq in one sitting. In fact, the Qur'an does not permit it at all. Moreover, it ruins the future of many women without a cause. Many Muslim-majority countries have reformed their laws and consider three talaqs in one sitting to be just one.
Can You Get a Divorce While Pregnant? In California, the divorce process can be started while the wife is pregnant, but the divorce cannot be finalized until after the child is born. Paternity must also be established before the courts will grant the final divorce decree.
According to Islamic as well as Pakistani law, an illegitimate child only belongs to her mother and the father has no right to claim custody. In Roshni Desai v Jahanzeb Niazi, the court awarded the custody of an illegitimate child to the mother.
In case of a minor child, both the parents have an equal right over the child after divorce. If there is no mutual consent, the family courts decide who gets to keep the child and take his/her major life decisions.
The standard grieving period can last anywhere from six to twelve months for it to cycle through. This applies to most cases of ordinary grief, with no additional complications coming into play.