It is a natural inbuilt feeling Allaah has given men and women.

It is a natural inbuilt feeling Allaah has given men and women.

We live in a society in which most men and women have lost their sense of modesty, women are obsessed with their appearances and wear clothes to be seen by others and to attract the attention of other men even if they are married!

They have lost their sense of shame.

Marriage is often looked upon as old-fashioned and short term affairs and frivolous relationships are the norm, everyone waiting to attract a better partner and feeling totally justified to dump one partner for another at the drop of a hat.

Feminism too has reached its peak and men and women are told to suppress their natural emotions.

Men are not even embarrassed when their wives are dressed up and attract the attention of other men, they don’t mind if another man sees, chats, laughs and even dances with their womenfolk and if they do mind, they are told not to be so possessive! In Islaam we have a concept of Gheerah.

‘Gheerah’ is an Arabic word which means protectiveness or jealousy.

It is a good type of jealousy, like when a man feels jealous or protective over his wife or sisters and other-womenfolk and doesn’t like other men to look at them.

It is a natural inbuilt feeling Allaah has given men and women.

The Prophet (Sallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) had the most Gheerah for his wives and all of the companions were known for their Gheerah.

All Muslim men should have a collective sense of protectiveness for Muslim women as Allaah says in the Qur’aan, the tafseer of which is: “Men are Qawwaam over women” (al-Nisaa’ : 34)

Men who do not care about how their women behave and appear in front of other men and don’t enforce hijaab upon their wives or women-folk are called Dayyooth.

Being a Dayyooth is a major sin and a detailed description of this evil characteristic can be found in al-Dahabee’s book of Major Sins (Kitaab al-Kabaa’ir).

Written by Sister Faatimah, edited @ by Muslimah in Jannah

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