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The Husband’s Rights

The Husband’s Rights

The Husband’s Rights

subordination in Kindness
Allah  has put men in charge of women, being responsible for their conservation, guidance and general audspice , due to the characteristics with which He has granted them, in addition to the money they spend to assist them. As the Qur’an states, “Men have charge of women because Allah has preferred the one above the other and because they spend their riches on them.” (Soorat An-Nisaa’, 4:34)
Awareness to His Sexual Needs
A Muslim woman must be careful to her husband’s sexual needs and is recommended to beautify herself for him. If she rejects to answer to his legitimate sexual advances, she would be committing a ugly guilt , unless there is a legitimate excuse, such as being on her menses, making up an compulsory fast she has formerly missed or being ill.
The Prophet  said, “If a man calls his wife to bed and she rejects , and then he spends the night angry with her, the angels will continue to curse her until the mofning.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhaaree: 3065; Saheeh Muslim: 1436).

Not permitting Anyone He Does not Like in His House
This is his right which she must respect. The Prophet  said, “It is not legal for a woman to observe a voluntary fast without the permission of her husband, nor is it legal for her to permit anyone to enter his house without his permission.” (Saheeh Al-Bukhaaree: 4899)
Not Leaving the House without His Permission
One of the husband’s rights is that she is not permitted to leave the house without his permission, whether she wants to go out for a personal or general need.
Service
A woman is recommended to serve her husband in kindness by preparing meals for him and undertaking other household chores.

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