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Monday, February 08, 2016

Muslim woman can become a doctor or a teacher or study,there is no proof against it

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There is no proof which says that a woman cannot become a doctor or a teacher or that she can't study. In fact some of the Sahaabiyyaat were "doctors" who treated the sick and wounded during and after battles in the Prophet's time ﷺ. Aa'ishah, Umm Salamah were among the top teachers of their time, Aa'ishah being the forth most prolific narrator of Hadeeths among all of the Sahabahs. They had female and male students. Going to an All girls college is best, but if it is not available, and if her faith is strong, she may go to a mixed school due to the necessity of gaining knowledge to be able to fulfill the needs of the Muslim community. For example, every woman who is forced to go to a male gynecologist due to the absence of female gynecologists is excused but the community carries the sin for not providing female gynecologists for her. And the males who control the educational process carry the greater portion of the sin. Similarly is the case for dentists, and other female related medical needs.