Women in Islam by Ali Irfan

Women in Islam

By Ali Irfan

  • Release Date: 2011-04-02
  • Genre: Islam
Score: 3.5
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There are a lot of misconceptions about the role of Women in Islam.


  • Beautiful

    By Allah is one (1)
    I love it
  • Women in Islam

    By flowerblossom90
    Good book but not too informative. Should include more details.
  • In enlightening

    By Muslim woman seeking truth
    The author states this book in brief bullet points as if he is brainstorming for an actual book he might write. The points and arguments made are very cliche and so much like every other Muslim man's explanation for sexism in Islam. Now I am a Muslim woman who is attempting to wrap my head around how Islam has influenced some cultures into gender apartheid, and I found myself unenlightened by this author's testimony. This does not reveal to me the reason behind the mistreatment of Muslim woman everywhere. I had hoped for an explanation with analytical reasoning and assessment of all situations from every angle, but I received a one sided persuasive bullet list. It was unskilled to put it simply.
  • Excuses

    By R3dhand
    Women are treated differently! A woman's testimony in court is only worth HALF of a mans testimony. 12 yr olds don't have a choice in refusing to marry an old bald guy!! C'mon at least tell the truth. It is despicable how Muslims only show the parts of the koran with the cute words. What about the book that talks about cutting off hands and feet and crucifying you like that...pffft
  • Ok!

    By slwdmw2005
    To the point! An nothing more.
  • Good

    By S. M. Mamunur Rashid
    Very much helpfully for us.
  • Awesome

    By mamadouk2007
    Make a book on different styles of hijab I would tell all my Muslim (girl) friends about it
  • Absolutely

    By mouswchka
  • Not a book.

    By Frangelica
    It's a two-page article.
  • Not explained

    By Heeranya
    We don't have to visualize a woman expossing her body, she should be given the freedom to wear whatever they'd want to wear or feel comfortable in, like men in islam. Thats still discriminative. In some islamic culture, women are not allowed in Meccah. The question arises there too.