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Muslim woman

Zenab el Fatih el Badawi

Muslim woman

to commemorate International Women"s Year 1975

by Zenab el Fatih el Badawi

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Published by [Khartoum University Press] in Khartoum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muslim women.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Zeinab el Fatih el Badawi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1170 .B26
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4533385M
    LC Control Number76980132

    This short booklet, largely based on the original Quranic teachings, deals with the rights enjoyed by Muslim women, the diversity of their functions as Islam sees it, the concepts of marriage, divorce and polygamy and how social and moral values are preserved in Islam. A new 'taboo-breaking' book aimed at providing halal sex advice for Muslim women hit the shelves last week. The US-born author, who goes by the pen name Umm Muladhat, wrote The .

      Targeted for their religious dress. I interviewed 38 British and American niqab wearers for my upcoming book on Muslim women who wear the niqab in the United States and United all. While the Qur'an and various accounts of the Prophet have spoken rather openly about sex, (open for the A.D. in the Arabian Peninsula, anyhow), Muslims, and Muslim women, still shy away from.

    Surprising to me, all schools of thought prohibited a Muslim woman from marrying a man who is a kitabi (among the people of the book). I am not aware of a single dissenting opinion on this, which is rather unusual for Islamic jurisprudence because Muslim jurists often .   A Muslim woman character is central to the book 'No Sex in the City'. By Shelina Janmohamed. AM BST 02 May Abdelaziz Aouragh runs .


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