DAWR AL-MAR’AH FI AL-DA’WAH AL-ISLAMIYYAH FI JA’IHAT KURUNA WA ATHARIHA AL-IQTISADI [THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE ISLAMIC DAWAH UNDER COVID-19 AND ITS ECONOMIC EFFECTS]

Authors

  • Zawawi Yusoff Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin
  • Mohyi Aldin Ya’qob Abu Al-Houl Ajloun National University

Keywords:

role of women in islamic dawah, covid-19 pandemic, economic effects

Abstract

The research came with the aim of shedding light on the role of women in dawah to God through the Holy Qur’an and in light of the Corona pandemic that exposed Western civilization. Focusing on some of the economic impacts, the problem is determined in answering the questions about this role and clarifying its importance and means within the Qur’anic understanding of the privacy of women. To achieve this, these issues were addressed through the descriptive analytical approach, which depends on studying the subject within its framework and describing it accurately, then analysing the issues related to this role. Among the results of the study: that the Qur’anic text did not differentiate between a woman and a man on the dawah, and that the Muslim woman was present alongside the man at all levels. The research revealed the existence of empty fields that are only suitable for women and cannot penetrate and build others, and it is a valuable opportunity that can be taken advantage of, On the economic side, the Corona pandemic has amplified the economic effects on women. The most economic damage was done to women working in the service sector and other jobs, and it also affected their ability to contribute to the economy

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Published

2021-03-31