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Text Preview Study Guide for Quiz 2 – Women in Islam
Part I Be prepared to answer the short answer questions below. Two of them will be on the quiz. (10 points) 1. Name six facts about the life of Mohammad, including where he lived and approximately when. What women were in his life? (Study Guide 18) 1. Born in Mecca in the year 570.

2. Was an orphaned by the age 3 and raise by his uncle
3. Became a business man
4. Met a successful wealthy widow named Khadija and marries her. 5. When Mohammad was 40 years old in year 610 he had his first revelation of G-d. 6. After the death of Khadija he made two marriages that were mainly for political reasons, the first is Sawdah and Aisha.

2. What are the five pillars of Islam? (Study Guide 19)
1. Witness – accepting Mohammad as G-d’s messenger and that there is no G-d but Allah. 2. Prayer- pray five times a day, Friday is a day of communal prayer. 3. “Alma” – give charity, obligatory for those who are able to give 2.5% of one’s wealth to the poor. 4. Fasting- during the month of Ramadan.

5. Pilgrimage to Mecca at least ones in a lifetime, obligatory for those who are able to economically and physically.

3. Contrast the view of Adam and Eve in the Qur’an with comments on them in later Muslim writing and thinking such as exegesis and legend. (See Study Guide 20, based on Kvam, pp. 185-203.) In the Qur'an the creation story never describes Eve as being created secondary to Adam, it also does not assign culpability for the story with the apple to the first woman. Also, the name Eve is never even mentioned in the Qur’an, she is called the first woman. In later Muslim texts on the other hand, there is much blaming of Eve, also Eve is describe to being created second out of Adam's rib. Also some interpretations say Eve convinced Adam to eat the apple using her beauty, wine, etc. Some say not only Eve was made out of Adam's rib, but she made out of his crooked rib.

4. Explain the word “nafs” as it occurs in Surah 4, verse 1, the Qur’an’s discussion of the creation of humankind. (See Study Guide 21, based on Barlas, pp. 133-35; Wadud, pp. 16-20.) The word "nafs" in the Qur'an refers to a 'person' as it says that the Rabb or Allah created humans including women and men from a single 'nafs' or a single person. Although Nafs refers to both male and female, it is a grammatically feminine word. Nafs can also be translated as a breath which will then mean that Allah created both male and female in the same breath. In the Hebrew Bible the word 'nefesh' is used, which means soul or spirit. In the Bible the word nefesh is used to refer to people, nefesh is a single person and nefashot is plural. Nefesh is also a grammatically feminine word. Hebrew and Arabic are very similar and in this case both words nefesh and nafs even have the same root so I believe the word nafs can also be translated as a spirit or a soul which in this case also means a person.

5. How do feminist Muslim scholars interpret Surah 4:34 of the Qur’an? (See Study Guide 21, based on Barlas, p. 187-89.)

“As to those women on whose part you fear disloyalty and ill-conduct, admonish them (first), (next) refuse to share their beds, (and last) beat them (lightly).” The word 'daraba' is found in the Qur'an and translated to 'beat' which is used as an excuse my Muslims to beat their wives in some cultures. While 'daraba' means beat, 'darraba' means strike repeatedly or intensely which hints that 'daraba' with one r means beat lightly and it is said to be allowed only after reconciliation and separation both fail. Some feminists though argue that instead of encouraging the beating of wives, the word daraba should be understood as the prohibition of violence against female. Some say that 'daraba' also means 'to prevent' and it is used to prevent such practiced not to give permission and to prevent women from leaving the house.

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