It is true that a “gentleman” husband is indeed one who is able to uphold the law and uphold the dignity of his wife. Protecting the dignity of children and wives as much as possible and making sure they cover their intimate areas perfectly It’s okay, today’s women, when it comes to intimate protection and self-esteem, many people are worse off than people with seizures !
Read sharing his story from Tuan Ahmad Fairoz this is for reference;
Gentlemen’s husbands are the ones who protect the dignity of their wives.
This afternoon my wife shared with me a video of a man who is alleged to be a “gentleman” husband berating someone who was criticizing his wife’s clothing, which was perhaps “distressing”.
However, he said many people didn’t support the action because they felt it was worth scolding if it was clearly sexy.
Look after the dignity of your wife and daughter
I do not know. I didn’t understand that exactly, I just remembered a message from Ustaz Mohd Rifqi Myiddin in his lecture.
“Many women today do not realize that they have lost their dignity. We are members of this mosque who have wives and if we have daughters, please protect the dignity of our wives and daughters.”
Don’t let them out of the house if they don’t cover their auras perfectly. What does it mean for us as husbands or fathers when we are unable to uphold the dignity of those we love?
Lady of Heaven
I am not mistaken, at that time Ustaz told a story about a woman who had a seizure during the time of Prophet SAW. The story narrated by ‘Ata’ bin Abi Rabah said that one day Ibnu Abbas radiallahu anhu asked him:
“Shall I show you the limbs of heaven?”
He answered, “Want.”
Ibn Abbas showed him a woman who said:
“This was the black woman facing the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him.
She complained of seizures, and each time she had a seizure, she was in a state of unconsciousness, although her private parts were exposed. Then he asked the Messenger of God to pray for him.
Rasulullah sallallahu ‘alaihi wassalam gave him a choice with the answer:
“If you are patient (with the disease), heaven will be yours. But if you want, I will pray until it heals you.”
It means that if he is patient the reward he gets is heavenly, but if he wants His Majesty can simply pray for him to be healed.
Then the woman decided to be patient, but she asked the Messenger of God to pray for her private parts to be preserved when her convulsions came.
Then Rasulullah sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam prayed for him.
[Sahih al-Bukhari, (كتاب المرضى) Kitab Pesakit, (باب فَضْلِ مَنْ يُصْرَعُ مِنَ الرِّيحِ)
Bab Kelebihan Orang Menghidap Penyakit Sawan, hadis no : 5220]
It is said that the woman’s name is Umm Zufar.
Then the teacher said again after telling this story:
“It is amazing that in the time of the Prophet, may God bless him and give him peace, women would have seizures and then become very concerned when their private parts were exposed and their dignity was not respected when they had seizures. Although there was forgiveness there because he was in a state of unconsciousness at the time.”
“In contrast to today’s women, there are many who are healthy but worse than those who have cramps when it comes to caring for their private parts and maintaining their dignity as women.”
The reality is that observing the current situation, I am also concerned. The extent of my fear is that my wife dreams of giving birth to a daughter.
After waking up, his anxiety increased as he thought about how difficult the challenge of dealing with girls’ tendencies was. Allah akbar…
The heavy duty of being a husband and also a father in the end times.
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Women’s Weekly: I hope this exchange is useful. It is a heavy man’s role and responsibility. Message to husbands and fathers, be a gentleman who seeks to preserve dignity and protect the private parts of children and wives.
Source: Ahmad Fairoz
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