Woman in the Shade of Islam
المكتب التعاوني للدعوة والإرشاد وتوعية الجاليات، 1997, 1997 - Islam - 120 pages
This book deals with the following questions and issues:The state of women through the ages: women in the pre-Islamic Arab society; Indian society; Chinese society; Greek society; Roman society; traditional Jewish society; traditional Christian society; and modern secular society. Matters in which Men and Women are equal in Islam: in basic humanity; in application of obligations; in rewards and punishments in this worldly life and the hereafter; in ownership and the freedom of financial transaction; in preserving the honor and nobility; in mandatory education; and in bearing responsibility towards reforming the society. Women’s status and rights in various stages of life in the Muslim society: as a baby, child and young girl; as a sister; as a wife; as a mother; as kinsfolk and neighbor, and as a woman in general. Misconceptions about women’s rights and obligations in Islam and their refutation: on polygyny; on leadership and responsibility; on the marriage Contract and guardianship; on wife discipline; on honor killing; on divorce; on testimony; on inheritance; on blood money; on employment; and on Hijab (covering head and face).
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