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Text Preview Talia Firenze
Mr. Ward
AP World History
8 March 2015
Islamic Women
The rise and expansion of Islam both broadened and restricted women's rights throughout the 20th century. There is evidence of prior advancements towards women's rights found in the ancient writings of The Holy Qur'an. Women in every religion, especially Islam, had to fight for their own rights. In Islam, that fight is continuing and many documents, photos, quotes and other sources show the back-and-forth struggle to get women out from under the veils and into the lights.

Writings in the Qur'an show that there was a time of praising women for their work. Mohammad Keramat Ali said, in The Message: Selected Verses from The Holy Qur'an, "I shall not lose sight of the work of any of you who works (in My way) be it man or woman." That statement is clear proof that at the start of Islam, women were not viewed as inferior to men in a credible man's eyes. At the same time, other writings in The Holy Qur'an, one specifically by Abdullah Yusuf Ali, shows the belief that the Prophet must tell women to "draw their veils" because it is more likely they will not be hurt if they are covered. This infers that an exposed woman is a women in danger. The Prophet Muhammad was one of the main sources in The Holy Qur'an and he was known to love and respect his wife, Khadijah. With that respect of women in mind, other women became his earliest and bravest followers of his revelations. Muhammad's wives also played a huge, drastic role in the compiling of the Qur'an.

In Islam, women's roles and rights were all controlled by men, specifically their husbands. A women's knowledge came from whatever her husband chose to share with her, and they must be obedient. Now, there is a fine line in which this could be broadening their rights. Women were not necessarily denied knowledge or jobs or other things, but it was the husbands job to allow it and help her. Women were by no means allowed to be independent in most... Show More

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