The Qurʼan, women, and modern society / Asghar Ali Engineer.

By: Engineer, Asghar Ali, 1939-2013Contributor(s): Engineer, Asghar AliMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Malaysia : Synergy Books International, c1999Description: 231 p. ; 22 cmSubject(s): Muslim women -- Islamic countries | Women's rights -- Islamic countries -- Social conditions | Women's rights -- Religious aspects -- Islam | Women (Islamic law) -- Islamic countries
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1. Tashri' (process of law making) in Islam -- 2 Women under the authority of Islam -- 3. The Qur'an, male ego and wife-beating -- 4. Muslim women the veil and the Qur'an -- 5. Is woman a half witness according to the Qur'an? -- 6. Islam and polygamy -- 7. Divorce in the Qur'an and the Shari'ah -- 8. Islam and family planning -- 9. Muslim personal law reform in Jordan -- 10. Islam and liberal reforms in Egypt -- 11. Rabi'a Basri: A mystic woman par excellence -- 12. Maulana 'Umar Ahmad 'Usmani and -- women's rights -- 13. Maulvi Mumtaz Ali Khan-An advocate of -- women's rights in Islam -- 14. Sir Syed and the concept of women's rights -- 15. Muslim family law-some misunderstood -- aspects explained -- 16. What was the role of Muslim women outside -- home in early Islam? -- Appendix -- Index.
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305.486 A3981q 1999 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) 01 Not For Loan 022137
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Includes index.

Machine generated contents note: 1. Tashri' (process of law making) in Islam -- 2 Women under the authority of Islam -- 3. The Qur'an, male ego and wife-beating -- 4. Muslim women the veil and the Qur'an -- 5. Is woman a half witness according to the Qur'an? -- 6. Islam and polygamy -- 7. Divorce in the Qur'an and the Shari'ah -- 8. Islam and family planning -- 9. Muslim personal law reform in Jordan -- 10. Islam and liberal reforms in Egypt -- 11. Rabi'a Basri: A mystic woman par excellence -- 12. Maulana 'Umar Ahmad 'Usmani and -- women's rights -- 13. Maulvi Mumtaz Ali Khan-An advocate of -- women's rights in Islam -- 14. Sir Syed and the concept of women's rights -- 15. Muslim family law-some misunderstood -- aspects explained -- 16. What was the role of Muslim women outside -- home in early Islam? -- Appendix -- Index.

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