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|Titre:||FEMINISM AND MUSLIM WOMAN|
|Date de publication:||5-sep-2018|
|Résumé:||Islam, the mercy of Allah, is for all of mankind which makes no preference to sex. Men and women have a calling and a place in nature. Islam was revealed at a time when a lot of people denied the humanity of the woman; some were sceptical about it; and still others admitted it, yet considered the woman a thing created for the humble service of man. Islam considered the woman as a worthy human being, with a share in humanity equal to that of man. Both are two branches of a single tree and two children from the same father, Adam, and mother, Eve. Their single origin, their general human traits, their responsibility for the observation of religious duties with the consequent reward or punishment. However , Muslim women in Islamic societies are deprived from the most basic rights , they are regarded as a symbol of shame and dishonor . The current research work is an attempt to show the relationship between feminism and Islam . Hence, its principal aim is to portray how Muslim women fight and struggle to reach their goals and achieve their dreams . In doing so, this dissertation is divided into two interrelated chapters; the first one provides a theoretical background of Feminism as well as some concepts related to them. With regard to the second chapter shows how Muslim woman reach her goals via Feminism .|
|Collection(s) :||Master en Anglais|
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