Posted Posted on 2007-09-04
The following is a transcript of a lecture delivered by Dr. Mohammad Akram Nadwi of Oxford University, on the role of women scholars in preserving and transmitting prophetic tradition (Hadith) in Islam. The original transcript has been edited by Imam Zaid Shakir to enhance readability.
The Female Scholars of Islam
O Mankind! Fear your Lord who has created you from a single soul, and from it He created its mate; and from them both, He brought forth multitudes of men and women. Be mindful of Allah through Whom you demand your mutual (rights), and revere the wombs that bore you. Surely, Allah is ever watching over you. (4:1)
From the very beginning of the human saga, Allah makes it quite clear that men and women are equal beings created from one single soul, sharing the same father and mother, and subservient unto the same Lord. The verse mentioned above came to the Messenger of Allah, peace upon him, at a time when women were being humiliated and tortured. Allah says: …and when the female child, buried alive, will be asked: For what sin was she killed. (81:8-9) This is in refers to an ancient practice of the Arabs (and even some modern societies through abortion) who would kill their female children from fear of being humiliated in the community, or out fear that they would not have the means to provide for them. Islam came to eradicate these ignorant practices, amongst others, and after twenty-three years of prophetic teachings it had conferred unto women a status that was previously unthinkable.
The first revelation: Read in the name of your Lord who created… (96:1) left the Prophet, peace upon him, severely shaken, for he could not comprehend such an event happening to an unlettered, orphaned, desert Arab. It is related that he was consoled by Khadijah, May Allah be pleased with her, who believed in him and comforted him in a time of great need and distress. She was the backbone of his initial efforts for the advancement of the new faith, and a noble business woman of high lineage.
After three years of secrecy he was ordered by Allah to call his own family to the faith. He, peace upon him, gathered his family and openly called upon the tribe of Hashim and the tribe of Abdul Muttalib to believe in his message. Towards the end of the narration of this event, he, peace upon him, specifically says to ‘Abbas b. ‘Abdul Muttalib, May Allah be pleased with him: “I cannot benefit you on the Day of Judgment.” He uttered the same statement to his aunt, Safiyyah bint ‘Abdul Muttalib and to his daughter, Fatima, May Allah be pleased with both of them. He added: “Ask me of my wealth in this world, but on the Day of Judgment I cannot avail you in any way.” In this address the Prophet, peace upon him, specifically named two women and one man, demonstrating that women possess independent religious responsibility that has no connection to their gender.
This independence in faith is exemplified by the fact that the wives of Noah and Lot, peace upon them, both rejected faith. Hence, the Qur’an affirms that even the wife of a Prophet is free to believe or disbelieve. Furthermore, Umm Habiba became a believer while her father, Abu Sufyan, May Allah be pleased with them both, was a staunch opponent of the Prophet, peace upon him. He possessed neither the power nor priviledge to influence her independent choice. At the second Pledge of Aqabah, a covenant that involved specific political and strategic obligations, the Prophet, peace upon him, took an oath from both men and women. He was not content to have women confined to their houses, totally divorced from any involvement in public affairs.
The Quran, the most sacred and important source in Islam, was memorized by many of the companions. After the Battle of Yamama, where a large number of those memorizers were killed, Umar, May Allah be pleased with him, advised Abu Bakr to issue a standardized edition of the entire Qur’an in the dialect of Qureish, whose protection he vouchsafed. Abu Bakr, May Allah be pleased with him, issued such an edition. After his death it passed into the protection of Umar, May Allah be pleased with him, and after his passing, it was given to Hafsah bint Umar, may Allah be pleased with her, to be carefully guarded and preserved. During the caliphate of Uthman, May Allah be pleased with him, it was noticed that divergent and erroneous recitations of the Qur’an were emerging among the newly converted non-Arab people in places like Armenia and Azerbaijan. Uthman, may Allah be pleased with him, then borrowed the edition of the Qur’an in Hafsah’s protection, may Allah be pleased with her, to make six standardized copies to send to the major political and cultural centers in the Islamic realm. He ordered all non-standardized editions to be burned. It is clear here that no one questioned Hafsah’s trustworthiness, May Allah be pleased with her, as to rather she had altered the edition vouchsafed to her in any way.
In the time of the Companions, the question never arose concerning the validity of learning directly from women. If we were to consider, for example, the books of prophetic tradition (Hadith), in every chapter you will find women narrating as well as men. Imam Hakim Naisapuri states: “One fourth of our religion depends on the narrations of women. Were it not for those narrations, we would lose a quarter of our religion.”
For example, Abu Hanifah considers there to be four units of supererogatory prayer before the obligatory noon prayer, whereas the remaining Imams say that there are only two. The latter depend on the narration of Abdullah b. Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, while Abu Hanifah relies on Umm Habiba, may Allah be pleased with her, and the other wives of the Prophet, peace upon him. Abu Hanifah argues that since the prophet, peace upon him, used to pray supererogatory prayers in his house, the narration of his wives, may Allah be pleased with them, is stronger.
Similarly, major events, such as the beginning of the call to the prophetic office, were specifically narrated by women. Ayesha alone narrates the tradition detailing the circumstances of the first revelation, as recorded by Imam Bukhari, immediately after the Hadith mentioning that actions are judged based on the intention accompanying them.
To give similar examples, we all know that performing ablution is essential for the validity of Ritual Prayer (Salat). A female companion, Rubiyya bint Muawidh b. Afrah, may Allah have mercy on her, whose family members died in the Battle of Uhud, was a great narrator of Hadith. Her narrations can be found in Bukhari, Muslim, Ibn Majah, and other compilations. She narrated how the Prophet, peace upon him, performed ablution after actually witnessing his performance of the purificatory ritual. The companions would go to learn from her despite the fact that Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, Ali, Muadh b. Jabal, and Abdullah b. Masood, may Allah be pleased with them, were all present in Madinah. She was regarded as the expert in the performance of ablution. Her students included the likes of Abdullah b. Abbas, may Allah be pleased with him and his father, the great Qur’anic exegete, and also a member of the family of the Prophet, peace and blessing of Allah upon him. He never asked: “Why should I learn from her when I am from the family of the Prophet and great exegete?” The same is true for Ali Zain ul-Abideen, the great grandson of the Prophet, peace upon him, and a great scholar himself. Their philosophy was to go to whoever possessed knowledge, irrespective of their gender.
Interestingly, there is no single Hadith which has been rejected from a woman on account of her being a fabricating liar. Imam Dhahabi affirms: “There are many men who have fabricated Hadith. However, no woman in the history of Islam has been accused of fabrication.” In light of this, if the intellectual integrity of anyone should be questioned, it should be that of men. Women have always truthfully conveyed religious knowledge.
Amrah bint Abdur Rahman was amongst the greatest of the female Successors, the generation that came after that of the companions of the Prophet, peace upon him. She was a jurist, a mufti, and a Hadith specialist. The great Caliph Umar b. ‘Abdul ‘Aziz used to say: “If you want to learn Hadith go to Amrah.” Imam Zuhri, who is credited with compiling the first systematically edited compilation of Hadith used to say: “Go to Amrah, she is the vast vessel of Hadith.”
During that time, the Judge of Madinah ruled in a case involving a Christian thief from Syria who had stolen something. The judge had ordered that his hand to be severed. When Amrah bint Abdur Rahman heard of this decision, she immediately told one of her students to go tell the judge that he cannot severe the man’s hand because he had stolen something whose value was less than a single gold coin (Dinaar). As soon as he heard what Amrah had said, he ordered that the man be released, unharmed. He did not question her authority, nor did he seek a second opinion from other scholars, who were quite numerous in Madinah at the time. They included the likes of Sa’id b. Al Musayyib. This incident is recorded in the Muwatta of Imaam Malik, and this ruling is also his opinion in such cases.
One of great Successors, Umm Darda, taught in both Damascus, in the great Umayyad Mosque, and Jerusalem. Her class was attended my Imams, jurists, and Hadith scholars. The powerful Caliph Abdul Malik b. Marwan, who ruled an empire stretching from Spain to India, had a teaching license from Abdullah b. Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, who was considered the greatest jurist of his time in Madinah. When ‘Abdullah reached old age, the people asked him: “Who should we seek religious verdicts from after you?” He replied: “Marwan has a son (Abdul Malik), who is a jurist so ask him.” Hence, Abdul Malik was endorsed by Abdullah, may Allah be pleased with him. Yet even Abdul Malik Abdul Malik b. Marwah would attend the classes of Umm Darda and he would never feel ashamed of learning from her. Furthermore, he would humbly serve her. It has been recorded that when Umm Darda was teaching she would lean on the shoulder of Abdul Malik b. Marwah, due to her being advanced years, to go to mosque for Salat. He would help her return to her place of teaching after the prayer. The fact that these women taught men who were themselves regarded as great scholars indicates the respect and status they had attained.
The mosque of the Prophet, peace upon him, is undoubtedly one of the most sacred places in Islam, and his blessed grave is even more sacred. Around the beginning of the Eighth Century of the Muslim calnedar, Fatima bint Ibrahim b. Jowhar, a famous teacher of Bukhari, under whom both Imams Dhahabi and Subqi studied the entirety of Sahih Bukhari appeared. When she came for the Pilgrimage (Hajj) her fame was such that as soon as the students of Hadith heard that she had reached Madinah, they requested her to teach in the Mosque of the Prophet, peace upon him. Ibn Rushayd al-Subki, who traveled from Marrakech, describes one of her classes thus: “She was sitting in front of the blessed head of Prophet, peace upon him, and [due to her advanced years] she would lean on his grave. She would finish by writing and signing the license to transmit her narrations (Ijaazah), personally, for all of the Hadiths that were read by every student present.”
This, and similarly stories, makes it clear that women can teach in the best of mosques. Pathetically, today there are debates as to whether they can even come to the mosque for prayer! This is an indication of our ignorance of our own Islamic heritage, and of our digression from the practices of our pious predecessors.
Ayesha bint Abdul Hadi used to teach in the grand mosque of Damascus. She was appointed by the Sultan of that time as the Master of Hadith and taught the compilation of Imam Bukhari. She represented the whole community and they could not find any man better than her. Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani, considered by many to be the greatest of all latter day Hadith scholars traveled to Damascus and studied more than one hundred books with her. Today, it would be difficult to find a “shaykh” who even knows the names of her books, to say nothing of having read them. In addition to her intellectual acumen, her chain of narration in Hadith is regarded as the strongest from her generation back to the Prophet, peace upon him. Between her and Imam Bukhari are eight transmitters, and between Imam Bukhari and the Prophet, peace upon him, there are variously, three, four or five transmitters. No other chain of narrators allows one to reach the Prophet, peace upon him, with an equal or smaller number of narrators.
If we consider the great role of women such as Hafsah, may Allah be pleased with her and her father, in the compilation of the Qur’an, and the role of women like Ayesha bint Abdul Hadi in preserving and accurately conveying Hadith, it is clear that the two most fundamental sources of our religion have been secured with the aid and blessing of women.
Fatima al-Juzdani, a great scholar from Isfahan in present-day Iran, read one of the great books of Hadith, Al-Mu’jam Al-Kabeer, with Abu Bakr b. Rida, who himself studied the entirety of the book with its author, Imam Tabarani. This book has been published in thirty-seven volumes (unfinished). After mastering the book, she subsequently taught it many times. Not a single scholar alive today has studied this book, or even part of it with a teacher. Furthermore, we do not have a single narration of this book except from women, because it was forgotten by the male Hadith scholars!
In the time of Ibn Taymiyya, there were other scholars like Imam Dhahabi, al-Mizzi, al-Birzali, Tajuddin al-Subqi, and a little later, Ibn Kathir, Ibn al-Qayyim, Ibn Nasiruddin al-Dimishqui, and Hafidh Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani. This was the golden age of Hadith, when the development of Hadith literature and teaching was at its peak. Not only were these men scholars, they were also reformers of their society. At this very time, there was a woman in Syria, who was also known for her scholarship and the powerful positive influence she had on society. She helped in the reformation of communities in Damascus and Cairo by enjoining good and forbidding evil. Ibn Kathir, the student of Ibn Taymiyya, has written in his highly acclaimed work of history, Al-Bidaya w’al-Nihaya: “She reformed society by enjoining good and forbidding evil, she accomplished what men are unable to do, that is to say, she did more than the male scholars of her time.” This testimony was written by a man. Hence, no one can say it is the biased opinion of a woman, and thereby question its authenticity. This was a golden age full of proactive, confident and talented women.
Hisham b. Urwah b. Zubair, May Allah be pleased with him, is the teacher of Imam Malik, Abu Hanifa, Sufyaan al-Thawri, Saeed Qahtan, and is acknowledged as a great Hadith scholar of that era. The most reliable Hadiths narrated by him, found in both Bukhari and Muslim, are those he narrates from his wife, Fatima bint Mundhir. Sadly, many Muslim men today would not marry a woman more knowledgeable than themselves. The men of our past would proudly marry and learn from them.
One of the best compilations in Hanafi fiqh is the masterpiece Badaya’ al- Sanaaya’ by Imam Kasani, whose wife was Fatima al-Samarqandiyya, daughter of Ala’addin al-Samarqandi. This book is a commentary on Tuhfa al-Fuqaha’ written by the latter. Fatima was a great expert in Hadith and other religious sciences. Imam Kasani’s students narrate: “We saw our teacher at times would leave the classroom when he could not answer a certain difficult question. After a while he would return to elucidate the answer in great detail. Only later on did we learn that he would go home to put the same question to his wife in order to hear her explanation.” Clearly, he depended on his wife in his scholarly life.
Not only were women scholars allowed to give binding religious verdicts (fatwas), but if they differed with their male contemporaries there would be absolutely no objections concerning their pronouncements. This was apparent from the earliest period. Illustrative of this is the opinion of Fatima bint Qais, may God be pleased with her, who said that a husband need not provide support for his irrevocably divorced wife during her period of waiting (‘Iddah). She based her opinion on a narration from the Prophet, peace upon him.
Despite the fact that Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, and other senior companions disagreed with her, based on their understanding of a verse in the Quran, they did not question her faith, impose sanctions on her, nor did they prevent her from continuing to narrate the Hadith and issuing her fatwa. This incident is interesting in that it presents the opinion of a woman that advances a ruling that is not deemed favorable to woman. In so doing she opposes an opinion advanced by men that is deemed favorable to women. If this incident had occurred in our times it would have surely been the point of much contention and discussion.
The above are just some of the evidence that establishes the enormous contribution of women to the Islamic scholarly enterprise. The book it is excerpted from contains many more arguments and can be found at http://www.interfacepublications.com. I hope that this article empowers us to help women attain the status and dignity that was given to them by our pious predecessors, based on the inspiration they received from the leader of all the Prophets, our exemplary master, Muhammad, the Chosen One, peace and mercy of God upon him.
'Salaam Alaikum, JazakAllah for transcribing and sharing this Imam Zaid. Dr. Nadwi's article is articulate and deeply enlightening. Scholars also credit Ayesha bint Abu Bakr (may God be pleased with her) with half the knowledge of ilm-i-hadith, understanding and expounding on the hadith and Islam, and the source of almost 2000 hadith. This along with the brief biographies of women scholars in this article, shows that early Muslim women upheld and preserved an equal half of our religion. Many Muslim women today, quietly continue this tradition of teaching and studying. However, its some of men of all religions and nationalities, that are no longer able to accept learning from women and even some who can't accept knowledge from their wives.
imam zaid, assalamu alaikum! it was great to hear you speak again this past weekend...may Allah swt preserve you always. sister ayesha, i'm glad you said some men of various religions and nationalities rather not take from women. alhamdulillah, i'm blessed with some wonderful women in my family who i have learned a lot from.
very good article.
Its important to recognize these early women scholars, and also to consider why women scholars are no longer equal in number or contribution as men. And most importantly how to change that. In many ways, some Muslims have picked up the worst of secular culture regarding women as objects and the worst of other pre-Islamic cultures, regarding women as lesser beings. This is not only among Muslim people, in North America a businesswomen has to become masculine to be taken seriously and even than is ridiculed or treated worse than her male counterparts. After the passing of Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) Ayesha (may God be pleased with her) once walked by two men that were arguing about a religious matter. She told them they were both wrong and corrected them. They thanked her and she went on her way. That is unimaginable in todays society. Most Muslim woman wouldnt dare speak up for fear of being seen as too aggressive, too outspoken, too immodest etc. Many women are even told not too advance to higher levels of study because men do not want to marry women who have a higher academic standing than they due to insecurities.
As-Salaam 'Alaikum Sister Ayesha, May Allah bless us all to work for a society where all members, male and female, are afforded the respect due to them. We can begin to address the deficient number of women scholars if more male scholars taught females, and more sisters aggressively pursued Islamic studies. May Allah make it easier for all of us to be the very best we can be.
As-salaamu-alaikum & Ramadhan Mubarak! Thank you so much for sharing this piece--I was truly inspired. It was wonderful to read how much the early community overcame jahiliya gender issues/discrimination and also the legacy of intellectuals I belong too. I don't have to use my mind for the western academy, which seemed to be the only community willing to hear/help nurture my intellect. Alhamudallah for Imam Zaid for sharing this information. Ramadhan is truly an inspiring month.
May Allah bless all of our Sisters during Ramadan. May you all be inspired by the examples of the honorable women who preceded you and bless you all to impact our world in a positive way. May Allah facilitate your success in the paths you have chosen and guide your steps as you move forward.
As Salaamu Alaikum, Imam Zaid, May Allah reward you for this article and all the work you and Sister Salihah do. I have seen you both in large venues and small ones, and your energy has been the same always - sincere in helping the believers, focused, humble and compassionate. May Allah increase your blessings. I really needed to hear this from a scholar of your stature, since even some progressive masajid of late have been hard on the sisters. It's gotten to the point where American Muslim women don't feel at home anywhere. On the street, we're tolerated at best, if not openly scorned. At work, we often have to fight for the right to wear hijab, and then we have to work twice as hard and be twice as good... I'm sure you've heard this before. (For those who came through the civil rights struggle, it's deja vu all over again.) Then, we look for respite and spiritual guidance in the masjid. But, again we're often tolerated rather than welcomed. And, yes we are even turned away. We are surrounded by businesses and government agencies that would never dare insult us this way, for fear of being sued. They understand that the Constitution is enforceable. But our own brothers do it with impunity. Somehow, they think that what Allah says in Qur�an is not equally enforceable? They dare to treat the masjid like an all-male country club? I've been to too many masajid where the sisters' area is in the basement or in some unheated forgotten space with exposed wiring and leaky pipes. Sometimes they "forget" to turn on the lights or the speakers in the women's space. So the sisters wind up using our mental energies to guess which position the imam is in, instead of consistently focusing on Allah. We've learned little tricks like listening for the brothers' knees to hit the floor. But, this definitely diverts our attention from the heart of the prayer - and keeps it on the lower, physical level. There are some havens in this wilderness, however. Your movement is definitely a bright light for sisters seeking knowledge. And, there are sisters actively bringing the Nigerian women�s tradition of Yan Taru to the US. Insha'Allah, I hope to carve out enough time in my professional life, to put aside some of the expenses that have me hostage, and dedicate a year to study at Zaytuna. I'm asking for your dua and that of anyone reading this, that Allah will help all of us who have this as a goal. Your Sister In Islam, Jana Bint Dawoud Philadelphia
As-Salaam 'Alaikum Sister Jana, May Allah reward you for your sacrifices. As you mention, the state of our gender relations in the homes and the Masjids, in many instances, leaves a lot to be desired. Insha Allah, through sound education, good leadership, and a constant effort to improve our hearts, we will be blessed to do better. We are currently working on a treatise, "Agenda to Change Our Families," that should have a profound impact on gender relations in our communities. In the meantime, keep up the good work that you are doing, and understand that your patience will be rewarded by Allah in this world and the next.
As salaamu alaikum, We are also struggling with the same problems Sister Jana has mentioned. I think that`Zaytuna is a great start for rekindling Islamic female scholarship and sensitivity towards the women, which is severely lacking in any of the masaajid unfortunately. On that subject, note to Imam Zaid: I have been looking to the Zaytuna website for updates on when the seminary will be accepting new students. The seminary portion of the website is outdated, for example it says accepting new students in "fall 2007" however I had to call Zaytuna to find out that actually they're not opening the seminary yet to new students. Perhaps they can give us more info on the status of the seminary, as myself and many others are looking for updates so that we can plan our lives accordingly (i.e., applying for the seminary, etc.) Jazaakallah khair for all that you do.
Asalaaamu wa alaykum Imam Zaid, Masha'Allah an amazing article regarding women scholarship! I am one who encourages women scholarship and intellectual development in the sciences of Islam. I have a question tho. How was the method of their duroos (classes) did they stand in front of a mimbar and address the male crowd? or did they speak behind a cover/barrier? Did they travel alone? I just wanted to know more about them and their way of living. JazakAllah khayrun shaykh..
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