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    The Misconceptions About Women in Islam While people in the west think that women in Islam are oppressed, they do not know that Islam liberated women from oppression. There are many people who have opinions about the religion of Islam, but mostly about the women who follow it. Westerners have this idea that women in Islam are disrespected, mistreated and oppressed. In actuality, these allegations are incorrect. Women in Islam have rights and are not oppressed. The veil is widely misunderstood

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    of the biased views Westerners often take when it comes to women in Islam. Because of the portrayal of women in the Arab world through pop-culture and the media, some Westerners may believe that Islam creates a society in need of modernity. The concepts of religious government are also foreign to the Western world. Feminists often focus on the practice of veiling women in Islamic tradition as a law made to minimize the importance of women as citizens. It is important for us to recognize where our

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    is: Role of Women in Islam Past and Present In this paper I will argue that the position of women in Islam according to the Qur 'an and Hadiths (tradition) of the Prophet differs vastly from Islam in practice, currentely. It is not the Islamic ideologies that determine the position of women in the Islamic societies; it is rather the pre-Islamic patriarchal ideologies existing in a particular society, combined with the lack of education and ignorance, which construct the Muslim women 's position

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    What Women and Islam Have in Common What do women and Islam have in common? Besides the stereotyped images that each suffers from individually, the status of women in Islam is one of the most extremely misunderstood and incorrectly portrayed things in western society. We can investigate why this is so later. First, a brief introduction to the actual status of women in Islam is in order. Before discussing issues pertinent to the social status of women, consider the original creation of the

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    Women, Not Islam?

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    women, not Islam. The idea of a woman needing a male guardian to leave their home is one of the more popularly discussed aspect of some societies that have a population that consists mostly of Muslims, for example Saudi Arabia. This assumption stems from, “Men are protectors and maintainers of women, because Allah has given one the more (strength) than the other and because they support them from their means…(Qur’an 4:34). Another verse used to justify male guardianship is “ Oh, wives...abide in

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    The fact that Muslims can’t draw Muhammad or any religious being, whether it is an angel a prophet or Allah, is due to the problem of misrepresentation and has nothing to do with worship. Muhammad is considered to be the Seal of Prophet in Islam but he is only a messenger of Allah as it is clearly stated in the Shahadah, one of Islam’s five pillars. Muhammad was caravane rider who met many different people throughout his life. It is unclear whether he believed in a particular god but he was religious

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    Islam Gender Equality

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    Islam has gradually claimed its title as the second largest religion in the world after Christianity (Severson, 2011). Muslims make up majority of the population in 49 countries (Desilver, 2017), but within those countries, approximately forty-five of them are inhabited by half a billion Muslim women (Galloway, 2014). Throughout history, women have been disregarded, dehumanized, disenfranchised, and censored in society. Within Islam, it has been widely believed that Muslim women are secluded within

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    Muslim Women: Treated With Oppression or Fairness? When I mention Islam, I am discussing its way of life, a concept that encompasses every aspect of one’s life from beginning to end. Islam, the newest and second largest faith, influences many parts of this earth as we discussed in class. Originating in the Arabian Desert, the religion is based on one book, The Holy Quran, the final word of Allah. Prophet Muhammed, in Islam, was the last messenger of God. His life is one that Muslims should follow

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    Muslim Women in the Entertainment Industry Imagine a world immersed in beauty, wealth, gloss, and fame. I may be generalizing, but lets just say it’s a world in which you are born with a streaming talent that most individuals could only dream of. You constantly have hordes of spectators cheering your success and everyone wants to be your friend. The greatest fear of most women seems to be being hideous or lacking capacity and you have no idea what that feels like. Seems spectacular, doesn’t it

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    Women in Islam are constantly viewed, from the Western standpoint, as a suppressed culture. Though this may be true to certain extents, such as not mixing in with the men at mosque, we can find that generally, the Islamic woman is well respected and held in high regard. “Women in Islam are; mothers, sisters, partners, workers, scholars and business owners and managers” (al-Hashimi 4). Within this research paper, we will review the role of a woman in Islam and their daily source of happiness. An

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