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    Women in Muslim Society

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    Women in Muslim Society 1 ABSTRACT In the western society today there is a stereotypical belief that Islamic women are treated unequally and cruelly. The object of this report is to challenge this stereotype and the argument of gender equality within the Islamic Religion/Muslim society. 2 INTRODUCTION The status of women in the Muslim society is neither a new issue nor a fully settled one. The position of Islam on this issue has been among the subjects presented to the Western reader

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    Chapter 2: Modernization of Muslim Society and Education: Need for a Practical Approach Modernization has been defined as the process of social change towards those types of social, economic and political system that have developed in Western Europe and North America from the seventeenth to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and have been introduced in the Asian, African and South American continents. Muslims have to renew their Islamic tradition so that it is practicable and suitable for the

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    phenomenon by definition, it cannot be ignored that the lion’s share of terrorist acts and the most devastating of them in recent years have been perpetrated in the name of Islam. This fact has sparked a fundamental debate both in the West and within the Muslim world regarding the link between these acts and the teachings of Islam. Most Western analysts are hesitant to identify such acts with the bona fide teachings of one of the world’s great religions and prefer to view them as a perversion of a religion

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    Fake Thug Life

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    Fake Thug Life There is a young man who inspired me to write this article. I thank him for doing a great service to the Muslim society. Turn where you will. Look to the East Coast or the West Coast and there are various Arab boys, Indian boys, and Pakistani guys who have adopted the look, lingo, and life of a "thug." I have seen it many times - this strange transformation from tapered jean-wearing, glasses-owning, nail biting ninny to chest-thumping, hard-acting, Nautica-wearing "thug." It

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    (1906-1949) formed the Jam’iyyat al-Ikhwan al-Muslimin (Society of the Muslim Brothers) with the aim of “providing an Islamic education (tarbiya) and moral orientation (tahdhib) to their members and a wider public, in order to make them understand Islam correctly.” From this innocuous beginning, the Muslim Brotherhood grew to influence rulers and religious figures across the Middle East. Perhaps the most controversial figured tied to the Muslim Brotherhood is current al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri

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    Women In Muslim Society

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    Women in Muslim Society Muslim society over the centuries has treated women as second class citizens. It's been this way since the beginning of time. Women are treated in this manor for a number of reasons, but all leading back to the Quran. Women are considered inferior to men, are treated unfairly in marriage, and even are oppressed legally, but all are approved of in the Quran. It describes in detail the way that a women is to be treated and the way a women should treat her husband. The Quran

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    Women in Muslim Society

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    Women in Muslim Society The role of woman, her position and status in society, and her nature have been issues of debate and discussion informed by religion, tradition and culture, misogyny, feminism and - many times - downright ignorance and bigotry. In discussing the role of women in contemporary society there are three main areas that can be addressed. The perceptions of woman within contemporary Muslim societies. The status, position and role of woman in the Qur'an and in early Islam from

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    Secularism creates a fundamental framework promoting equality and unity for every individual in society. It seeks protection for beliefs and practises, whether religious or not. In spite of such, this method constructs guidelines for people to live together in peace and fairness. However how does secularism exist in society? Everyone in a secular society has the right to access public services; providing secular service and ensuring that people are not denied accessed or underprivileged. In addition

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    Islam is the second most popular religion in the world, made up of 1.6 billion Muslims, representing approximately 23% of the earth’s population. With these statistics, there should be a clear understanding of the Muslim faith. However, despite its huge following around the world and the growing Muslim communities, Islam is foreign to most North Americans who are familiar with Christianity or Judaism. Islam and Muslims have become an area of major concern to the people and media, especially after

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    Book Essay

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    According to the Journal of Muslim Mental Health, following September 11th, 2001, the FBI reported 1700% increase of hate crimes against Muslim Americans between 2000 and 2001. There were many negative stereotypes expressed in the society and were met with negative attitudes. People disagree with their traditions and their names. Some were turned away from jobs and not accept in the community, to the fact where they had to live around their own community to insure their own safety. People brought

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