Date of publication: 2017-07-09 02:55
Usually the best practice is to consult scholars in your local community who have a grasp of what the people are going through but I realize that is not always possible or realistic.
Truthfully, too often textual reality (the Quran) matches up with seventh-century Arabia. Gender inequality and oppression in the Quran reflect this excessively patriarchal culture. If Allah and Muhammad improved on this patriarchy, then they did not go far enough for a worldwide religion that claims universality.
This hadith recounts the fifty-plus-year-old Muhammad 696 s and the nine-year-old Aisha 696 s first sexual encounter. She was playing on her swing set with her girlfriends when she got the call.
A sign of hope? The Iraqi Constitution , so far, says that 75% of the seats in the Parliament are specified for women. So maybe reform can be encouraged in a fledgling democracy.
This article coming from a sister is really good for if it were to come from a brother maybe he would be in a lot of trouble right now for not knowing the issues of women and probably being misogynistic or not being relevant to women 8767 s issues.
Regarding women not wearing beautiful clothing, isn 8767 t there an ayah in the Qur 8767 an, where Allah ta 8767 ala says that He provided clothes for us in order to beautify us?
You are correct that in general Saudi Arabia has many women working in the field of medicine, sometimes even in somewhat mixed environment as it is unavoidable. However there is of course, walillah alhamd, a level of professionalism and modesty, the same can be said of most Arab countries when it comes to government facilities and hospitals.
And he was asked about a man who has a wife who is rebellious and refuses intimacy â€“ does she forfeit the right to maintenance and clothing, and what should she do?
I think its extremely important to think critically and look below the surface when discussing issues such as women working, leaving their homes etc. Restrictions on women in such areas often appear to be beneficial for society initially, but tend to have several unintended long term consequences that are counter-productive, and even harmful to the demographic they intended to help and protect (in this case women).