حق المرأة المسلمة في التعلّم والتعلیم – مراحله و ضوابطه –
Science holds an esteemed position in Islam, as numerous verses from the Holy Quran and the purified Prophetic Sunnah emphasize the virtues of knowledge, scholars, and learning and teaching. Some of these texts apply equally to men and women, while others specifically address women’s learning, teaching, and rights in this regard, according to the subject and importance of the knowledge. In recent times, perspectives on this issue have differed; some say it is obligatory, others consider it recommended or permissible, and so on. Thus, we saw this topic as worthy of research and investigation, to reach a sound understanding, God willing, through His guidance and support. In summary, our study concludes that learning and teaching are rights for Muslim women, but the extent of these rights depends on the subject and significance of the knowledge itself. Certain fields are obligatory for women to learn and teach, others are recommended or allowed, and some are unnecessary or prohibited for Muslim women. This is defined by certain regulations that God willing will be elaborated upon later. Due to the limited scope allotted for this article, we focused on reviewing authoritative scriptural texts and juristic opinions, as well as the legal rules and guidelines that regulate the relevant religious rulings, while excluding many peripheral details that would prolong the discussion. Our research relied on the library resources which are available to us
Keywords: right, ruling, learning, teaching, phase, regulating.
Dr. Abdul Ahad ANASAF, Assistant Professor, In the Department of Fiqh and Law, Faculty of Shariah, Takhar University – AFGHANISTAN
Anayaturahman HEMMAT, Assistant Professor, In the Department of Islamic Studies Faculty of Shariah, Takhar University – AFGHANISTAN