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eBook Heart's Surprise: A Personal Reconciliation of Women's Rights With the Quran and Islam ePub

by Lisa Spray

  • ISBN: 097148130X
  • Category: Islam
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Lisa Spray
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: B S M Pr (November 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1674 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1307 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 261

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Lisa Spray uses the Quran, Islam's scripture and her own experience. She demonstrates that culture is the source of traditional women's issues and other negative Western stereotypes of Islam.

Lisa Spray uses the Quran, Islam's scripture and her own experience. The Quran condemns terrorism

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Keeping women’s names out of classroom, madrasa, or mosque records was just a broad interpretation of the concept of hijab. The term, commonly used to refer to women’s head coverings, in fact referred more generally to the modesty required by both men and women

Keeping women’s names out of classroom, madrasa, or mosque records was just a broad interpretation of the concept of hijab. The term, commonly used to refer to women’s head coverings, in fact referred more generally to the modesty required by both men and women. In an effort to keep women shielded from public view, the lives and works of learned women were simply left unrecorded. Denying girls an education - it’s basically live burial. Sheikh Mohammad Akram Nadwi, Islamic scholar. The Quran condemns terrorism, aggression, oppression, intolerance, and inequality regardless of gender. Contributions from other women from several Muslim cultures further illustrate her points. Library descriptions.

The book, Women’s Rights, The Quran and Islam, has affected the lives of quite a number of Muslim women who had no idea that most of the repressive and often brutal actions and restrictions against women (and others) that have come to be associated with Islam go absolutely against what.

The book, Women’s Rights, The Quran and Islam, has affected the lives of quite a number of Muslim women who had no idea that most of the repressive and often brutal actions and restrictions against women (and others) that have come to be associated with Islam go absolutely against what our scripture says. Though most Muslims are unaware of it, much of today’s Islam is based almost totally on culture and the reported words and actions of the Prophet Muhammad. And it is in direct opposition to the Quran, which is intended to be the basis of our religion

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An American Muslim woman's lively answer to Islamic women's issues. Lisa Spray uses the Quran, Islam's scripture and her own experience. She demonstrates that culture is the source of traditional women's issues and other negative Western stereotypes of Islam. The Quran condemns terrorism, aggression, oppression, intolerance, and inequality regardless of gender. Contributions from other women from several Muslim cultures further illustrate her points.