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Sociolegal Issues on Women in Islam

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Introduction

Sociolegal Issues on Women in Islam The biggest challenge facing Muslim societies today is the challenge of change. How does one reconcile the tenets of one's faith to the challenge of modernity, to the challenge of changing times and circumstances? The reassertion of Islam that has gripped almost all Muslim countries has brought forth different levels of tension and competing ideologies within Muslim societies. ...read more.

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considered revolutionary 1,400 years ago- but is often dominated by growing intolerance and repressive teachings and practices, particularly on matters involving women's rights and fundamental liberties. While women in Malaysia do enjoy many rights and benefits that are often denied to their sisters in other Muslim countries, there is growing concern that the reassertion of conservative Islam and traditional beliefs justified in the name of religion increasingly undermine women's ability to access those rights granted to them under the law. ...read more.

Conclusion

The use of religion to justify the subordination of women The use of religion to justify the subordination of women The use of religion to justify the subordination of women The use of religion to justify the subordination of women The use of religion to justify the subordination of women. This is happening at a time when women are increasingly better educated and better exposed and are joining the workforce and being promoted into senior positions in the Government and ...read more.

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