In today’s society, it can be seen that the number of uneducated people, as well as the number of educated people, is gradually increasing. On the one hand, the academic society is claiming itself as the guardian of the community; on the other hand, the majority of the community is always trying to open the way for injustice. Many wives complain because of them – My husband slapped me in the face.
Why does the husband slap his wife in the face?
According to the concept of patriarchal society, they have exclusive rights over their wives. Due to this, they are constantly leaving the scars of brutal physical and mental torture on women.
Some opportunistic religious people indulge in various vices for the sake of religion. In Muslim society, it is seen that they misinterpret some verses of the Holy Quran as their own and promote them as a reference to their work. They want to establish their right to lay hands on their wives whenever they want.
Among the various accusations against Islam by today’s anti-Islamists, a common complaint is that ‘Islam has given men impunity for wife-rape.’
They argue this matter mainly from verse 34 of Surah Nisa of the Holy Quran. The word (اضْرِبُ), which means beating, is used as the last attempt to correct women in the said verse of Surah Nisa if they commit a crime.
This verse is one of several Quranic verses that anti-Islamists have unnecessarily exaggerated. There are numerous proofs in the Qur’an and Hadith that violence is not permitted in the relationship between husband and wife.
My husband slapped me in the face.
Your husband slapped you in the face; it’s sad. We insist it is a crime. It bears witness to his kind, heartless heart because it is better for a husband to make love by love, notR.A.y beating.
Hasan Basri (R.A.) said that a woman complained to the Prophet (SAW) against her husband that he had slapped her. This verse was revealed when the Prophet (SAW) had almost given the order to take revenge.
In anotR.A.r narration, an Ansari (R.A.) attended the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) service with his wife. His wife said to the Messenger of Allah (PBUH), “O Messenger of Allah (PBUH)! My husband slapped me. His mark is still present on my face.
Rasulullah (SAW) said, “He did not have this right. This verse was revealed there. Then the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: “I wanted one way, and Allah Ta’ala wanted another.”
“Hazrat Sha’bi (R.A.) said that the meaning of spending money is to collect dowry. It can be seen that if a man accuses his wife of adultery, there is a commandment of lean (cursing each other is called ‘le an’). On the other hand, if the wife says this about the husband and cannot prove it, the wife is flogged.
Therefore, among women, Sati Sadhvi is the woman who takes care of her husband’s wealth, which Allah Ta’ala himself has ordered to take care of.
The Prophet (PBUH) said: “The best woman is when her husband looks at her, she pleases him, when he gives an order, she obeys it, and when she travels abroad, she acts shamelessly on herself. Keeps her safe and protects her husband’s property.”
Why not slap the face of the wife to love?
Islam recognizes love and kindness as the basis of marital relations. It is said in the Quran:
“Another sign is that He has created for you your companions from among yourselves, that you may be at peace with them, and He has created between you mutual harmony and kindness.”
(Surah Room: 21)
So, slapping a wife’s face is a crime. On the contrary, he must be embraced with love. No verse in the Qur’an has been debated for a long time as Surah Nisa verse 34 has been and continues to be. But this verse does not legitimize slapping the wife.
How do you discipline the wife without slapping her face?
The wife should be disciplined by explaining and advising, not slapping her in the face. So what you said, my husband slapped me in the beginning; it is a crime.
Those women whose mischief you fear, i.e. those who want to be above you, disobey you, do not care about you and harbour hostility towards you, first of all, admonish them by word of mouth, instil in them a desire in various ways, about the rights of husbands. explain
Tell them that the husband has so many rights that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: ‘If I could command anyone to prostrate to anyone other than Allah, I would command the woman to prostrate to her husband. Because he has the biggest right over him.’
Allah Ta’ala says that the husband is the leader of the wife. He is a dominator of his wife. Because the man is dignified over the wife, prophethood is limited to men.
Similarly, according to Shari’ah, the Caliph can only be male. The Prophet (PBUH) said: “Those people will never be freed who make a woman their ruler.”
Similarly, only men are eligible for posts like judges. A second reason for men’s superiority over women is that men spend their wealth on women, which the Book and Sunnah have assigned to them.
Such as Mohr’s costs, food costs and other necessary expenses. Therefore, even by birth, the status of the man is above the wife. This is why the man has been made the leader over the wife.
Why is it forbidden to slap the wife’s face?
Slapping on the wife’s face is an inhuman act. Moreover, the human face is the most sensitive place. So, slapping his face is prohibited. By following this advice, no wife will ever complain that my husband slapped me in the face.
A man’s wife was quite loud and quarrelsome. She used to tease her husband all the time. The husband fed up with the misbehaviour of his poor wife, appeared one day in the court of Omar (R.A.) to complain about it.
He stood at the gate of Umar’s house and waited for the Caliph to come out. At this time, he heard his wife scolding Khalifa harshly.
But Umar (R.A.) is not giving any answer but listening to everything silently. After standing like this for a while, the man decided to leave. He thought I was no more when such a majestic Caliph was in such a mood.
At that time, Khalifa came out of the house and saw the man leaving. He stopped the man and asked: “What happened? Why did you come, and why are you leaving without saying anything?”
The man replied, “Amirul Mumineen, my wife misbehaves with me, fights with words. I came to your court to complain against him. But I see that you are not better than me. So I’m leaving without saying anything.”
Umar (ra) said: “Listen, brother, my wife has several rights over me, so I tolerate her nagging. She cooks my food, bakes bread he’s my clothes and feeds the children. But all these works are not mandatory for him. He does all this willingly. Now tell me, can I not tolerate him?”