Beautiful islamic quotes about women
Muslim Woman Quotes (6 quotes)
These 50 Islamic Quotes on Mother Shows Status of Women in Islam
Jump to navigation. We have bestowed on you raiment to cover your shame as well as to be an adornment to you. But the raiment of righteousness, that is the best. Such are among the Signs of Allah, that they may receive admonition. And O you Believers, turn you all together towards Allah, that you may attain Bliss. That will be better, so that they may be recognised and not annoyed. Allah is ever Forgiving, Merciful.
Quotes About Women From Quran
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Women and girls have been victims of ruthless power struggles for centuries in all societies and cultures around the world. This hegemony over women has been exercised in the form of Sati, Hitobashira, Karo-Kari and the killing of witches, which are only a few to mention. Sadly, but truly, many societies including some Muslim societies continue to exercise this patriarchy in different forms such as the denial to education, unequal salaries compared to men in workplaces, forced marriages and prostitution, among many others. He preached Islam, liberating women and girls in every walk of life, education being a prime aspect. Read in the name of your Lord who created, created man from a clinging form. Your Lord is the Most Generous, who taught by means of the pen; taught man what he did not know.
I can agree some information that comes out seems horrendous. But we must be careful in painting a picture of Islam based off media stories. In Islam, men and women are regarded as moral equals. This sentiment is repeated in the Quran and Hadith repeatedly and will reference this throughout the article. She is equal to a man in pursuit of education and knowledge. If there are barricades that impede learning this is not the Islamic way. Her rights and duties are complimentary to man but not necessarily identical.
They are analogous to nymphs in Greek mythology. Houris are described in English translations as "and splendid companions of equal age [or well-matched]",   "lovely eyed",  of "modest gaze"  and virgins  who will accompany the faithful in Jannah Muslim paradise. The houris are mentioned in several passages of the Quran, always in plural form. No specifics are ever given, though, as to the number of houris that should be available to each believer. As for the gender of the houris, it has traditionally been believed that they are beautiful women and a reward for believing men,  with numerous hadith and tafsir describing them as such. It means both pure males and pure females.