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Are women allowed to do itikaf.

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Question 01:Did a women is allowed to do eatkaf out of from  his house. just like in any Mosque whre a seprarte postion is alloted for ladies.

 

Question 02:Does a women is allowed to do eatkaf in majid Haram (makka) or in Mosque of prophet in madina

 

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Are women allowed to do itikaf

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Question-01: :Did a women is allowed to do eatkaf out of from  his house. just like in

any Mosque whre a seprarte postion is alloted for ladies.

The believing women are allowed and permitted to perform their itikaf in the masjids. It is reported that the wives of the Noble Prophet (saws) always performed their itikaf in Ramadan in the Prophets Masjid in Madinah.

 

Question-02:Does a women is allowed to do eatkaf in majid Haram (makka) or in Mosque of prophet in madina

It is allowed and permitted for the believing woman to perform their itikaf in the Sacred Masjid in Makkah or in the Prohets Masjid in Madinah or in any other Masjid on the earth where congregational prayers are held.

 

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