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Monthly Renaissance | Al-Mawrid

Renaissance | February - 2005

A monthly journal promoting research and original thinking in the light of the original sources of Islam.


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Islam and Women: Misconceptions and Misperceptions (Part 4/4)

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: February 2005

  Feature Article   25. Misconceptions regarding Marriages of the Prophet (sws)   The marital life of the Prophet (sws) has generally been misinterpreted by the critics of Islam. In this regard, unfortunately, the real stance of the Qur’an has often been misconceived even by some Muslim scholars. The following quest
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Islam and Women: Misconceptions and Misperceptions (Part 3/4)

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: February 2005

  Feature Article   21. Three Divorce declarations   Most people are ignorant of the proper way of divorcing wives. It is generally thought that a wife stands separated from her husband if the divorce is declared thrice. This notion is against the Qur’an which says that a lady must be divorced by just one declaratio
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Islam and Women: Misconceptions and Misperceptions (Part 2/4)

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: February 2005

  Feature Article   10. Sex with Female War Captives   Among many other misconceptions about Islam is the notion that it gives sanction to slavery and permits its followers to enslave prisoners of war, particularly women and establish extra-marital relations with them. The fact is that Islam has not the slightest link wit
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Islam and Women: Misconceptions and Misperceptions (Part 1/4)

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: February 2005

  Feature Article     There exist a number of misconceptions regarding the stance of Islam on women. In this essay, an attempt, based on the views of Javed Ahmad Ghamidi, has been made to dispel some common misconceptions about Islam and women and to answer some nagging questions in this regard. Before these misconception
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Islam and Women

Dr. Shehzad Saleem Issue: February 2005

  Editorial     The stance of Islam regarding certain issues relating to women has remained a hot subject of debate, especially in the last few centuries. ‘The fatal point in Islam is its degradation of women’ is what Edward William Lane, the famous nineteenth century lexicographer, once wrote. Although Isla
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