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The Rights of Women in Islam

The Rights of Women in Islam

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جلد The Rights of Women in Islam
Published by:
WOFIS
Author:
Murtaza Mutahhari
Translator:
Sayyed Saeed Akhtar Rizvi
Language:
English
Original Language:
Farsi
Pages:
441
Size:
23.5 × 16.5 cm

About this Book

The values and rights pertaining to women that are derived through intellect and logic, and mention of the station of women in society and the subject of marriage in the view of the Quran and Ahl al-Bayt’s jurisprudence.
- The necessity of a man’s expressing the fondness towards the woman in a marriage, and the responsibilities of a man towards married life.
- A man’s proposing to a woman is not disrespectful or a sign of weakness.
- In what meaning the word mahr (marriage portion payable to wife) has been employed in the Quran? What does the jurisprudence of Ahl al-Bayt (a) say about expenditures [of wife that a husband must pay]? And that mahr and expenditures [of the wife that husband must pay] are not considered as the price of the woman.
- The reason behind temporary marriage from the perspective of human rights and the temporary marriage not being in conflict with the preservation of a woman’s prestige.
- Scrutiny and analysis of that which is presented in the west regarding freedom of women and them being equal to men.