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Women in the Qur'an: An Emancipatory Reading Summary ↠ 105 é ➽ [Download] ✤ Women in the Qur'an: An Emancipatory Reading By Asma Lamrabet ➲ – Goproled.co.uk Today the issue of Muslim women is held hostage between two perceptions a conservative Islamic approach and a liberal Western approach At Today the issue the ur'an PDF #200 of Muslim women is held hostage between two perceptions a conservative Islamic approach and a liberal Western approach At the heart of this debate Muslim women are seeking to reclaim their right to speak in order to re appropriate their own destinies calling for the euality and liberation that is at the heart of the ur'anHowever with few female commentators Women in PDFEPUBon the meaning of the ur'an and an overreliance on the readings of the ur'an compiled centuries ago this message is often lost In this book Asma Lamrabet demands a rereading of the ur'an by women that focuses on its spiritual and humanistic messages in order to alter the lived reality on the groundBy acknowledging the oppression of women to different degrees in social in the ur'an ePUB #9734 systems organized in the name of religion in the ur'an An Emancipatory PDF and also rejecting a perspective that seeks to promote Western values as the only means of liberating them the author is able to define a new way One in which their refusal to remain silent is an act of devotion and their demand for reform will lead to liberationAsma Lamarbet is a pathologist in Avicenna Hospital Rabat in the ur'an An Emancipatory PDF Morocco She is also an award winning author of many articles and books tackling Islam and women's issuesMyriam Francois Cerrah is a writer an. What a refreshing insight into this topic Very well written and seems very well researched showing the beauty of the way women are portrayed and spoken to in the uran It demonstrates the contradiction between the misogynistic way in which women are freuently treated and thought of and the reality of the uran and sunnah in which they are respected and valued and given the space to participate fully in society as well as political decision making Raising the debate from the issue of what they should or should not wear Lamrabet extricates the debate from the two dominant viewpoints that they are either oppressed or delicate creatures I n need of protectionThe style varies from the introduction which might put people off who are looking for an easier read to the much flowing 3D portrayals of the women in the uran to the exploration of well known hadith which have been taken out of context or misunderstood and coloured the perception

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D broadcaster whose articles have been published in the Guardian Salon and elsewhereToday the issue of Muslim women is held hostage between two perceptions a conservative Islamic approach and a liberal Western approach At the heart of this debate Muslim women are seeking to reclaim their right to speak in order to re appropriate their own destinies calling for the euality and liberation that is at the heart of the ur'anHowever with few female commentators on the meaning of the ur'an and an overreliance on the readings of the ur'an compiled centuries ago this message is often lost In this book Asma Lamrabet demands a rereading of the ur'an by women that focuses on its spiritual and humanistic messages in order to alter the lived reality on the groundBy acknowledging the oppression of women to different degrees in social systems organized in the name of religion and also rejecting a perspective that seeks to promote Western values as the only means of liberating them the author is able to define a new way One in which their refusal to remain silent is an act of devotion and their demand for reform will lead to liberationAsma Lamarbet is a pathologist in Avicenna Hospital Rabat Morocco She is also an award winning author of many articles and books tackling Islam and women's issuesMyriam Francois Cerrah is a writer and broadcaster whose articles have been pu. A must read for any Muslim; male female revert born Muslim As a revert female Muslim it was an inspiring read I won't comment on how credible every point is because I am not a scholar or expert by any stretch but the references the author provides are vast There is a section at the back of the book where some of the author's points are expanded on or refuted so the book provides an all together well rounded insight All in all definitely would say this is a must read and you will have a clearer understanding of what Islam teaches us in the ur'an and sunnah about females and how they should be seen and treated

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Women in the Qur'an An Emancipatory ReadingBlished in the Guardian Salon and elsewhereToday the issue of Muslim women is held hostage between two perceptions a conservative Islamic approach and a liberal Western approach At the heart of this debate Muslim women are seeking to reclaim their right to speak in order to re appropriate their own destinies calling for the euality and liberation that is at the heart of the ur'anHowever with few female commentators on the meaning of the ur'an and an overreliance on the readings of the ur'an compiled centuries ago this message is often lost In this book Asma Lamrabet demands a rereading of the ur'an by women that focuses on its spiritual and humanistic messages in order to alter the lived reality on the groundBy acknowledging the oppression of women to different degrees in social systems organized in the name of religion and also rejecting a perspective that seeks to promote Western values as the only means of liberating them the author is able to define a new way One in which their refusal to remain silent is an act of devotion and their demand for reform will lead to liberationAsma Lamarbet is a pathologist in Avicenna Hospital Rabat Morocco She is also an award winning author of many articles and books tackling Islam and women's issuesMyriam Francois Cerrah is a writer and broadcaster whose articles have been published in the Guardian Salon and elsewhe. This is a wonderful book for those who are looking to understand about muslim women in the ur'an The writer takes a modern feminist approach to interpretation of uranic text which is both insightful and interesting to read Definitely inspired me to look deeper into the subject of the rights of women in Islam and what the scholarship is saying