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  1. Fatimah bintu Nasr ibn Al 'Attar Al Baghdadiyyah Question There is a narration about the modesty of a pious woman who had such haya, that she never left her house except on three occasions (Her birth, when she got married and her janazah) I am unsure about her name, if it was Fatimah Al Baghdadiyyah or another person What is the source of this report and the identity of the righteous woman? Answer This was indeed Fatimah bintu Nasr ibn Al 'Attar Al Baghdadiyyah. She was known to be extremely pious. 'Allamah Dhahabi (rahimahullah) writes, 'Her brother said: 'She only left the house thrice in her entire lifetime' (Tarikhul Islam, vol. 23 pg. 526, Al Bidayah Wan Nihayah, vol. 14 pg. 284/285) And Allah Ta'ala Knows best. Answered by: Moulana Suhail Motala Approved by: Moulana Muhammad Abasoomar hadithanswers.com
  2. Quick reminder: Chatting with women on the internet can not be justified even under the excuse of "giving dawah". Using ":p", ":)" or any other expressions, chatting, joking around with them is so NOT allowed. Honestly, brothers and sisters, where is our sense of modesty? This behaviour can kill our modesty, make our heart dead and make us look down upon our spouse and lose interest in them. If you want happiness, follow Islam 100%, not just parts of it.
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