TINJAUAN ISLAM TERHADAP PEREMPUAN BEKERJA
This paper is a review of Islamic law concerning working women. Many people still believe that women are second-class individuals who cannot seek employment outside of their homes. Regardless of whether there are, many of them are still under the cynical view of a conservative society that considers that women's duties and obligations are only done from within their homes. In some countries, such as Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan, restrictions on working women have even become written rules that must be followed. The concern is what will happen to Indonesia as a country with a Muslim majority. The goal of this paper is to investigate the law of working women from an Islamic perspective. Based on the descriptive qualitative research method and the sociological normative approach, it can be concluded that the law of working women is permissible. Islam even supports women who work to ensure the financial independence of their families.
Keywords:Women, Works, Islam
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