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The paper aims to examine why women took part in the battles at the advent of Islam and how much they were effective in the promotion of Islam. The participation of women in battles in the advent of Islam is one of its undeniable and sure facts, and however, Islam is against the women to take part in battles as warriors, yet, nothing in the cases of saving oneself or defending the holy Prophet’s life, no disagreements are reported. Even he allowed his family and wives to take part in ghazvas. The presence and the participation of women in battles in the critical periods of the promotion of Islam and understanding the extent of their influence in battlefields are of great importance. Then, the historical methodology with an analytical social approach is exploited to analyze and compare the existing texts. The study results show that women took part in battles with various motives and intentions in the advent of Islam and they were there the influential and active agents to help and support men warriors back the front and when necessary, they fought at the front and even they have changed the war directions for the Muslims.