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Muslim Women in Islam

The Islamic Religion's Conditioning of the Sacred Feminine
Narrated by: Colin Fluxman
Length: 43 mins
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Summary

The women of Islam. The traditional Muslim woman stands firm as a pillar of religious devotion and obedience.

This work is designed to offer the context of the history of the woman's role in Islam from its inception, examining the conditioning of the sacred feminine over time. How deeply are the threads of religious identity sown?

What's inside:

  • A look at female education, employment, attire, livelihood and inheritance in Islam
  • Islamic women's role as children, in marriage and as mothers
  • The indigenous authentication of women in Islam
  • Contrast of genders in Islam
  • And more!

©2016 Timothy Aldred (P)2016 Timothy Aldred

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It's ok, but felt there was plenty of points that

Parts were incorrect, not ideal for those wanting to learn Islam, shame and some of the Arabic pronunciation was not great

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  • Abed Awad
  • 26-09-17

Horrible and worthless

This book has absolutely no academic value and is based on falsities and outright ignorance. Garbage.

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  • learner
  • 22-04-17

brief and to the point

good sourcing cited for this book. the author did an excellent job of addressing key questions.

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  • sillymeg11
  • 04-01-19

Pretty good

Very informative and easy to follow, great for something quick to listen to. I was worried the first chapter but once you get into it it’s great.