التحرير المثالي للمرأة – مقارنة بين المفهوم الإسلامي والمفهوم الغربي

Originally published in 1998, this book highlights issues that are still present and vital today (and in many cases have grown worse), especially in the areas of liberty, economy, media and family.  As the dark tide rises and threatens to pull us all down, most people agree that change is needed. Although a greater understanding of Islam exists today, there are still sources pushing misinformation, which has caused undo harm to Muslims. This book can quell the fear and addresses many of the misnomers being generated about Islam, such as women being oppressed or treated as “second class citizens.” Contrarily, Muslim women have rights and are protected by laws that Western women don’t have. Muslim women are highly protected members of society when Islamic Shariah is enforced. This book contains statistics and facts about Islam and Western culture extracted from well-known and authentic sources.

Rukaiyah (Laurel) Hill Abdulsalam was born and raised in northern California.  She holds a Degree and Certificate of Writing Social Commentary from Pennsylvania State University.

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