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Woman in Islamic perspective

KМІhМІaМ„lid SaifullaМ„h RahМЈmaМ„niМ„

Woman in Islamic perspective

by KМІhМІaМ„lid SaifullaМ„h RahМЈmaМ„niМ„

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Published by Abdullah ibn-e-Masood Islamic Academy in Hyderabad .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women in Islam.,
  • Muslim women -- Conduct of life.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKhalid Saifullah Rahmani ; translated by Md. Shahabuddin Sabeeli ; under the auspices of al Mahad ul Aali al Islami.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP173.4+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination136 p. ;
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3444376M
    LC Control Number2005323564

    Pages Directory Results for Qur'an and Woman: Rereading the Sacred Text from a Woman's Perspective – Qur'an hadist islam.   Education for Mulsim Women Throughout History. Indeed, throughout history, many Muslim women were involved in the founding of educational institutions. Most notable of these is Fatima al-Fihri, who established the University of Al-Karaouine in CE. This university remains, according to UNESCO and others, the oldest continually-running.

    Muslim women have to wear the veil: This is a very common misconception, as Quran does not command the veil (Hijab). Wearing the veil is a tradition and is only supported by the man-made books of Hadiths and Sunna. These books do not represent the words of God in the Quran and on many occasions contradict them. Please see: Women Dress code in.   PDF Infographic. This paper is part of the Gender & Islam collection.. Abstract. Concerns are often raised about the status of women in Islamic law. Often, misrepresentations and misconceptions about how women are treated by sharīʿah are used to advance the notion that Islam is misogynistic. This paper serves as a primer in examining five common misrepresentations of Islamic .

    Women in the Quran and the Sunnah In Islam there is absolutely no difference between men and women as far as their relationship to Allah is concerned, as both are promised the same reward for good conduct and the same punishment for evil con. science literature on Muslim women is now voluminous and growing. • The Western understanding of Muslim women remains unduly influenced by evidence from a single region. The social science scholarship most familiar to the West about Muslim women focuses disproportionately on the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA).


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