A woman working in a non-Muslim country

Q 2: What is the ruling on Muslim women working in general? B- What is the ruling on her work in a non-Muslim country that compels her in many cases to remove her Hijab, postpone Salah (Prayers) from their due times, offer other concessions and leave her children in nursery schools under the care of non-Muslims?

A: It is permissible for Muslim women to work in a way that legally suits them and protects their honor and dignity. Their work should not be an agitation for temptation in the community nor a means to arouse corruption. It should also not lead her to be negligent in her duties towards her husband or children. This is because she is a guardian in her husband's house and she will be asked about this guardianship. B- If the reality is as you mentioned, working according to the aforementioned way is prohibited because it contradicts what is mentioned in answer "A". (Part No. 17; Page No. 236) May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.