What are the types of worshipping that women can perform in their menstruation period?
Submitted by on Mon, 04/04/2016 - 20:58
Dear Brother / Sister,
Islamic scholars say, "It is mustahab for a woman who is in menstruation period to make wudu for each fard prayer time, to sit in the place where he performs prayer as long as that prayer lasts and to say Subhanallah and La ilaha illallah so as not to forget her habit." The following is stated in another narration: "Such a woman is given the reward of the best one of the prayers she has ever performed."
If a woman is in menstruation or puerperum in Ramadan, the Night of Power (Laylatul-Qadr), eid days, holy nights, which are very honorable and valuable and in which their sins are forgiven and their degrees are elevated, and if she intends to spend those days and nights worshipping, she will definitely receive her share of blessing from those blessed and nice days and nights based on her intention as it is stated in the following hadith:
"Everybody is given their due based on their intention: " (Bukhari, Bad’u’l-Wahy, 1, Ayman, 23; Muslim, Imarah, 155; Abu Dawud, Talaq, 11; Tirmidhi, Fadailu’l-Jihad, 16)
For, this state of being unable to perform prayers is not something that women can change and that takes place upon their request; therefore, they will not be deprived of rewards.
Intentions are better than words and deeds because showing off is possible in words and deeds but not in intentions.
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