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My question is.... whether Islam permits women to Mosque to offer namaz..?


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Can women pray in masjid

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Your Question: ….whether Islam permits women to Mosque to offer namaz..?

Although the believing women are not prevented or prohibited in the least in Shariah if they wish to offer their prayers in the mosques in congregation, the Messenger of Allah (saws) guided that the prayers of the believing women in their homes are better and more meritorious in the Sight of Allah than their prayer in the mosques.


Abu Hurairah relates that the Prophet (saws) said: "Do not keep the slave girls of Allah (believing women) from going to the mosques of Allah. And they are to go out unperfumed."


Umm Humaid as-Sa'diyah came to the Messenger of Allah(saws) and said: "O Messenger of Allah, I love to pray with you." The Prophet(saws) said: "I am aware of that, but your ‘salah’ in your residence is better for you than your ‘salah’ in your people's mosque. And your ‘salah’ in your people's mosque is better than your ‘salah’ in the [larger] congregational Mosque."

Related by Ahmad and at-Tabarani


Ibn 'Umar reports that the Prophet (saws) said: "Do not prevent the women from going to the mosques, although their houses are better for them."

Related by Ahmad and Abu Dawud.


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