7 thoughts on “Muslim women and property rights”

  1. Posted 16/07/2009 at 13:20 | Permalink

    I admire your call for women to have and exercise equal rights. I am disappointed when women do not.

    Would it be heresy to suggest a significant proportion of women do not want to exercise equal rights or fulfill the equal responsibility that comes with such rights? If not how do you explain that in the Western World, and how do you explain the growing number of western women who voluntarily wear the Burqa?

  2. Posted 16/07/2009 at 13:20 | Permalink

    I admire your call for women to have and exercise equal rights. I am disappointed when women do not.

    Would it be heresy to suggest a significant proportion of women do not want to exercise equal rights or fulfill the equal responsibility that comes with such rights? If not how do you explain that in the Western World, and how do you explain the growing number of western women who voluntarily wear the Burqa?

  3. Posted 22/07/2009 at 07:01 | Permalink

    I agree with your statements regarding Moslem women rights, which in nowadays circumstances just can’t be denied.
    I can’t agree with your quotes in respect of Holy Qur’an which established laws as you say in respect of Moslem women rights since I have never seen anything like this in the Qur’an. Moreover, these kind of rules are not mentioned neither in the Zohar; Old and New Testament
    Will you please mention explicitly which of ayats in Qur’an are spelling these rights of women on finances? I assume that you mean shariat laws – as Islamic laws of society.

  4. Posted 22/07/2009 at 07:01 | Permalink

    I agree with your statements regarding Moslem women rights, which in nowadays circumstances just can’t be denied.
    I can’t agree with your quotes in respect of Holy Qur’an which established laws as you say in respect of Moslem women rights since I have never seen anything like this in the Qur’an. Moreover, these kind of rules are not mentioned neither in the Zohar; Old and New Testament
    Will you please mention explicitly which of ayats in Qur’an are spelling these rights of women on finances? I assume that you mean shariat laws – as Islamic laws of society.

  5. Posted 22/07/2009 at 17:56 | Permalink

    It is probably not an economic issue to discuss it here, but many when speaking or being based on Islam start saying that it is written in Qur’an. Well, it is not exactly so, especially if you recall why the women wear and behave during and after the period of Prophet Muhammad in Moslem world. Desert and sandy winds required women to be covered fully.
    As for financing, Qur’an states that giving loans are prohibited which is why Islam banks work under different basis, as you should be aware of. One of the purposes of Qur’an was to establish rules of new – Moslem – society, the so called shariat; same as Torah – Old testament – to establish Jewish society.

  6. Posted 22/07/2009 at 17:56 | Permalink

    It is probably not an economic issue to discuss it here, but many when speaking or being based on Islam start saying that it is written in Qur’an. Well, it is not exactly so, especially if you recall why the women wear and behave during and after the period of Prophet Muhammad in Moslem world. Desert and sandy winds required women to be covered fully.
    As for financing, Qur’an states that giving loans are prohibited which is why Islam banks work under different basis, as you should be aware of. One of the purposes of Qur’an was to establish rules of new – Moslem – society, the so called shariat; same as Torah – Old testament – to establish Jewish society.

  7. Posted 02/05/2011 at 01:41 | Permalink

    Nice article. Definitely a call to action to change traditional standards. Keep up the great work.

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