Its a God-given task and only he can take account of it - to put it in simple terms.
Reckless Tesh said:
Sorry I misread your question,
"does it mean one who cant fulfil his duty cant declare himself as a leader"
Yes in essence, but if a women can't fulfil her duties as a mother and wife does she disqualify as one?
(dont ever think that im not happy with my status given by Islam,, i know well my limits)
this topic is more a social issue than a religious one
(leader means,, leader of family)
correct me if im wrong
i dont think ther eis a concept of leadership today among a family, cos thank god male chovanism and feminism concepts have finished. both man and woamn r maintainors who work for a family, without either the family life and house would b incomplete.
in Islam men and women have equal rights
except the right of LEADERSHIP (reserved to men)
a leader,, or lets say
MEN ARE PROTECTORS AND MAINTAINORS OF WOMEN
does it mean one who cant fulfil his duty cant declare himself as a leader
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