“Women are the twin halves of men” The Muslim Woman
- What is the importance
- of discussing gender
- issues in Islam?
The Muslim Woman
- What is the image of the Muslim woman in your mind?
- Controlled by men
- What is the status of the Muslim woman today?
- Has it deteriorated or become better over the years?
The status of the Muslim woman has deteriorated…thanks to feminism!
- The status of the Muslim woman has deteriorated…thanks to feminism!
- What is feminism?
- What impact did it have on the Muslim world?
- Feminism in the Muslim world is a Colonial legacy
- Did it really liberate Muslim women?
Status of women in the Prophetic Society
- Was the society patriarchal?
- Marked difference in the Prophetic and post-prophetic period
- Women in the early Prophetic society were very much involved in the public sphere
Example: Al Jahiz observed that with time it had become increasingly difficult for divorced Muslim women to re-marry
- Example: Al Jahiz observed that with time it had become increasingly difficult for divorced Muslim women to re-marry
- Some Prominent Women in the Prophetic Society
- Ummaiyah bint-e-Qais
- Nusaibah bin Ka’ab
- Juwairiyah bin Abu Sufiyan
- Ume-Habib bint Al Aas
- Azda bint al Haris
- Khwala bint al Azwar
- Female Warrior Companions of The Prophet (saaw)
- Hazrat Ayesha
- Fatima Bint-e-Muhammad
- Asma Bint-Abi Bakr
- Zainab bint-e-Abdullah
- Asma bint-e-Umais
- Hafsah bint-e-Umar
- Amrah bint-e-Abdurahman
- Women Scholars of Early Islam
- Amat-ul Wahid
- Karima bint Ahmad
- Fairoz bint Muzaffar
- Aisha Bint Ali Bint Muhammad
- Annas Khatoon
- Zainab bint Yahya as Sulaimi
- Ayisha bint Muhammad al Maqsidiyah
- Fatima bint Muhammad as Samarqandi
- Zainab bint-e-Jash
- Zainab bint-e-Khuzaima
- Fatiha ummal Banin
- Shuja umal Mtawakil
- Al Udar al Kareema
- Banfsha bint Abdullah
- Mariam bin Shams
The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2016