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Everything about women in The Quran

Everything about women in The Quran

Woman is the equal partner to man in the pursuit of knowledge, education, and the procreation of humanity.

Quran scripture condemns parents who feel embarrassed over the birth of a daughter. A key chapter in the Quran is based on Maryam (Mother of Jesus), who is among only eight honoured with a chapter bearing their name.

In the Quran, women are largely portrayed as kin to leaders and prophets, performing in roles within the home (as wife and mother). Women’s rights are equal, but not identical, to the rights of men. This balance between ‘duties’ and ‘rights’ supports the person with more duties to perform in matters of finance and inheritance.

“Women shall have rights similar to the rights against them, according to what is equitable; but man have a degree over them”. (Quran 2: 228)

The Quran obligation ‘hijab’ applies that both genders dress humbly and respectfully; a woman may cover all but her face and hands, or otherwise cover all but her eyes using clothing such as the burqas. Men are to cover themselves from the navel to the knees.

Sharia law affirms that marriage cannot be forced on a woman and whether a man should take another wife is often based on the backing of his current wife, and this consent may be detailed in the marriage contract.

No age limits are set for brides, e.g., Muhammad married young Aisha at age six. The Quran places no limits on travelling, under Islamic customs; however, a wife may require the consent of her husband to leave the home for trips excluding her daily routine.

Some professed privileges of Muslim women are as follows:

A woman is exempt from all financial liabilities; wives need not work or share in any of the family’s expenses, household costs, and education fees. Mothers are supported by their sons. Unmarried daughters are supported by their fathers, and sisters without fathers are cared for by their brothers, and so on.

Women are excused from some religious duties during menstrual periods (i.e., prayer and fasting). And a former wife may retain whatever she possessed before the marriage. Most of all, mothers enjoy a higher honour in the sight of Allah.


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