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Islam, Women and Feminism

Saudi Arabia: the second sex and the third rail

Somalia: Islamist impose new rules on farmers and women in Somalia 

American Daughters: Reflections On Being Muslim in America: Panel Discussion

Canadians demonstrate against niqab-ban legislation

Ukip claims Muslim women back burqa ban

Fundamentalism inYemeni-woman related legislation

Iranian women show passion for beauty

On Quebec’s Decision to Ban the Muslim Niqab

Girl banned from school for wearing hijab

Crowd protests Quebec niqab ban

Veil of tears for expelled student

Islam and Muslim women’s social roles

The person behind the veil: Women who wear the niqab in Canada have been caricatured at worst, misunderstood at best

Photo: Muslim women in anti-terror march in Agra

 

Female mosque leader seeks new way of Islam in Europe

I was marrying a person, not a Pakistani: Sania Mirza

UK: First Muslim women MPs to be elected

Afghan Woman Murdered as She Leaves Work

A killing unveils return to fear for Afghan women

Muslim girl was a victim of ignorance and bigotry

Controversy shrouds Muslim women's head coverings

India - Nuns educate Muslim, Hindu street girls

Feminist scholar to speak at Cornell on Islam and gender

Europe struggles with Muslim dress code

European push to ban burqas appalls Afghan women

Fatwa against modelling by Muslim women

Through the eyes of a European woman

Documentary highlights women’s political struggle

Women, Get Set, Go at Madani High School

The Pakistani woman’s crusade against the system

One woman returns to Afghanistan to build change

Kandahar’s street without women

Compiled by Aman Quadri

Photo: Shania Mirza And Shoaib Malik

 

Domestic Violence against Women in the Gaza Strip: "A Woman Is Like a Carpet"

Motalakat Radio in Egypt: The Voice of Divorced Women

Iraq: Women's rights in danger

Is France right to ban wearing the burka in public?

Muslim law board enhances its own women quota

'Muslim women can't discard purdah for politics'

Scholar Explores Growth Of Feminism within Islam

Photo: Some traditional communities frown on working women

 

"We want to see your face," Yolande James tells Muslim women

Women's Rights Movement Slowly Taking Shape in Kabul

Iranian women rally against polygamy

Malaysian Hindu woman wins custody battle with Muslim husband

Tunisia's 'feminist' Muslim scholar commemorated in London

'Islamic laws not blame for abuse of women’s rights’

Women empowerment on Muslim body’s agenda

Grand Mufti urges Muslim women to enter politics

Kuwait women’s forum fights for equality

Women's Rights Movement Slowly Taking Shape in Kabul

For Afghan Women, Some Hard-Won Successes And An Ongoing Struggle

HAIDARI: A new chance for women

Pennsylvania Woman Tied to Plot on Cartoonist

Influential Muslim Women through the ages

Haniyeh to appoint female minister

Women immigrant outreach groups steer clear of burqa debate

Muslim woman in Canada expelled over face veil files complaint

Six girls killed in Rawalpindi hostel fire

Compiled by Aman Quadre

Photo: Women’s rights in Afghanistan continue to be undermined, rights activists say

 

"Hunar, hisab, himmat is the development agenda," says Pune-based Razia Abdur Rahim Patel who works with Muslim women across Maharashtra, having started in the early 1990s in a single slum cluster in Pune.

Now with a team of 20, Patel says skill-training, understanding basic money transactions and creating self-esteem among slum dwellers is focus. "Political leadership failed us. There's a huge gap between leaders' agenda and people's agenda. We are creating social leadership at the community level," says the 48-year-old on phone.

Politicians only engage in identity politics, she says, with no practical agenda. Her attempts are to create "the thinking required for community leadership". "I've seen Muslim women thirst for knowledge. The woman thinks for her family, men think only identity."

But it was identity that got Jameela into social work. "1992 (Babri masjid demolition) labelled me a Muslim," she says. Just an artist in a family of artists till then, Jameela says an attitude change even among friends jolted her into thinking of herself as a Muslim. "Friends treated me as the 'other'. When that happened, I had to get out, see for myself and do something for the community," she says, in Delhi to be felicitated, along with scholar-activists Gabriele Dietrich and Uma Chakravarty and Tibetan monk Rinchen Khando Choegyal by four civil society groups ahead of the International Women's Day. -- Nandita Sengupta

US Chooses moderate Asifa Quraishi over Feminist Hawk Hirsi Ali for Women’s Rights Commission

Muslim women barred from flight to Pakistan after refusing full-body scan at Manchester Airport

Women Work toward Equality in Muslim Societies

The many voices and stories of Muslim women

Women, equality and Islam: Rethinking the faith to meet the expectations of modern man

Many Muslim women have gone further than many Muslim men in several fields, says scholar Asghar Ali Engineer

Afghan women lawmakers hamstrung by warlords: activist

No burqa, no problem, Bangladesh court tells police

Hamas Says No to Men in Women's Salons

Women in world parliaments low at 19 percent: UN

Women’s Day: As a proposal of the Socialist International, Women’s Day (IWD)

Compiled by Aman Quadre

Photo: Salim has appealed against her conviction, the Saudi daily Okaz said on its website in February.

Iraqi Women Struggling to Reclaim a Dignified Life

Should Women Be Caned? Muslim Nations Call For Debate

Burqa: Don’t let obscurantism abet poll-riggers

Hakim Quick: another Islamist bigot at King's London

Egypt State Council head ignores female judges ban

Woman Says Abercrombie Fired Her Over Headscarf

Muslim scholars rule female circumcision un-Islamic

Dancing The Divide: Interview with Pakistani Peacemaker Sheema Kermani

Cabinet affirms opposition to burqa ban

Now Karzai moves against women in Afghan politics

Seminar cum workshop on 'Rights of Muslim Women - Theory and Practice'

The New Anti-Capitalist Party criticised for bringing in a scarf-clad Muslim

Key panel's ban on women judges seen as retrograde

Fired from Hollister for wearing the hijab?

Girl burgles own house to pay off porn-MMS debt

Photo: 'Racist': Bus drivers have been accused of ignoring girls wearing the hijab

 

On the streets of Kabul burqa-clad women outnumber those without burqa. So much for images flashed in the global media in 2001 of Afghan women happily removing their veils. Those without burqa are subjected to sexual harassment at workplaces and in the streets and are more vulnerable to groping by men on public buses. This is an outcome of Talibanisation, which views a woman without purdah as having questionable character. Hence, many girls who want to study or work prefer burqa to escape sexual harassment. It is the same Kabul where two decades ago girls went to university in skirts with burqa-clad students, without ever inviting trouble....

Iran concert cancelled because of girl performers

SAUDI ARABIA: Women lawyers may soon be allowed in courtrooms

British woman killed in suicide bombing three months after husband killed by Taliban

Wearing burqa not an integral part of Islam: Election Commission

Muslim Women For Sale—Isn’t There a Name for This?

For Pakistani women, dupattas are more than a fashion statement

Only handful slow to accept caning against women: Jakim

UK Justice Secretary says he'd love if Muslim women wouldn't wear burqas in Britain

Skier is the first Iranian woman in Winter Games

Scholar Unveils Women's Role in Shaping Islamic Practice in West Africa

The Plight of Afghan Women in Prison

Nusaybah bint Ka`b: A Woman of Distinction

Photo: Mrs Pakistan World 2010 Tahmena Bokhari advocates Rivival of the Arts in the Muslim World.

 

I believe that Islamic feminism is, in a sense, the unwanted child of ‘political Islam’. It was ‘political Islam’ that actually politicized the whole issue of gender and Muslim women’s rights. The slogan ‘back to the Shariah’ so forcefully pressed by advocates of ‘political Islam’ in practice meant seeking to return to the classical texts on fiqh or Muslim jurisprudence and doing away with various laws advantageous to women that had no sanction in the Islamists’ literalist understanding of Islam. Translated into practice, law and public policy, this meant going back to pre-modern interpretations of Shariah, with all their restrictive laws about and for women. It was this that led, as a reaction, to the emergence of Islamic feminism, critiquing the Islamists for conflating Islam and the Shariah with undistilled patriarchy and for claiming that patriarchal rule was divinely mandated. -- Ziba Mir Hosseini

 

For Clinton, a bit of Wellesley in Saudi Arabia

Burka: the other view

Why I Support a Ban on Burqas

Brick Lane plan for hijab gates angers residents

Women-only national transport system proposed

Beneath the Burqa: Islam, Secularism and Liberty

Woman tortured by ‘pir’ hospitalised

Pakistani Bishop to Help Prosecute Muslim Jurist for Murder of Catholic Girl

Missing North Portland girl found

Spanish town joins Europe veil debate

Is politics driving ban on burqa?

Under the Shadow of Shariah Law, Transsexuals Take to Beauty Contest

Man of war, master of politics, lover of women

Should France ban the full Muslim veil?

A Niqabi Living in the Bastion of Secularism!

Muslim women should be allowed to wear the burqa – but how many really want to?

To Saudi Arabia’s Women: Valentine’s Day is Also for You

MIDEAST:  Gaza's Female Scribes Face Worse Than Discrimination

Woman suspect in lawyer’s murder case killed

Photo: Saudi women work at a website designing company in Jeddah.

Koranic traditions must be taken seriously, but it is also necessary to ask questions about their contemporaneity too. Following the Friday prayers led by Dr Amina Wadud in New York on 18th March and the emotional public debate to which that event led, I have repeatedly been asked for my view on the matter. I believe the issue may seem simple, but is more complicated than it appears. So I'd like to contribute a few ideas to the discussion, rather than put forward a clear opinion. --Halima Krausen

The women of my family influenced me by invoking the spirit of Islam which allows an individual to practise religion according to her own light.

In the context of my upbringing, when I examine the Supreme Court's observation on the burqa and voter ID cards, I find there is nothing inimical in it to the Quranic injunctions about a dress code for Muslim women...

In the Quran there are three references to dress code and none of them refers to the naqab, or veil...

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the great translator, commentator and interpreter of the Quran, has asked the reader again and again to look for meanings by going to the fountainhead (Siraj-eMunir) -- that is, the Quran itself -- instead of blindly following diktats of self-proclaimed experts. Because, he writes, Din is easy; it has been made complicated by centuries of facile erudition. That being the case there is nothing in the Quran and therefore Islam which mandates veiling; the choice to do it is entirely an individual choice. Therefore to attribute this to Islam is to negate its true spirit. -- Syeda Saiyidain Hameed

Veil ban would harm Christians in Muslim countries, French church warns

Muslim women can be snapped without burqa: Cleric

Feminism means women are seen and heard

Two out of three Brits want ban on burkhas

Baghdad Bombing Kills Shiites at Women’s Checkpoint (Update2)

We must respect Muslim rights if we want Islamic countries to respect our rights, warns French Catholic Church as it speaks against burka ban

Women who dared

Niqab wearers lift veil on Egyptian dispute

Now, Germany mulls burqa ban

Burqa ban wrong

What do Leicester's Muslim women think of the face veil, or niqab?

Muslim Women In 2010

Hijab... American Experience

Photo: Demonstrators against the French ban on religious dress in state schools, enacted in 2004

 

Were there women in Islamic history?

Photo-shy Muslim women should not vote: SC

Ban Muslim face veils, France told

Stay away from book on Muslim women, Muslims advised

Step out & contest polls, Jamaat tells Muslim women, hundreds turn up

A Muslim in Bristol: Confident women are viewed with suspicion

Moro women leaders oppose warlordism, want role in peace process

What’s in a headscarf: France mulls ban

India denies visa to British Muslim woman for meeting: Report

PM called on to consider ban on burqa

New Study Looks at Challenges Faced by Germany's Muslims

Majority of Britons want burqa ban: Poll

Muslim feminists deserve to be heard

Al-Qaeda Woman? Putting Aafia Siddiqui on Trial

AMERICAN MUSLIMS: Women behaving badly in mosques

Frontline Females- Unlocking the World of Afghan Women

Status of face-covering veils Muslim around Europe

Women in Pakistan forge ahead against bias in politics

Indonesian Women Come Into Their Own

France Moves toward Ban of Full Muslim Veil

Burqa Unwelcome in Denmark: PM

Muslim women take on peace advocacy roles

Compiled by Aman Quadre

Photo: ‘Unveiling the Ideal’ explores the role of women in Islam

 

Arab journalist seeks polyandry for women:

Why only men are allowed to practice polygamy in Islam but not women?

A Saudi woman demands Polyandry

Saudi Feminists and Polyandry

Polyandry call is 'akin to blasphemy'

Female polygamy - might improve a Muslim woman's lot - article sparks row in Egypt

Does Polygany Degrade Womanhood?

Polygany (Ta'ad-dud)

Awakening: A Story of Polygyny

Photo: Saudis gather by a fast food restaurant in a Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, shopping mall. A Saudi writer has caused a row in Egypt with her controversial article that urges religious scholars to issue a fatwa allowing women to marry four men simultaneously.

East Lancashire Muslim ladies in the TV driving seat

Islam's angry women, angry at their religion

Despite ban, French Muslim women will not betray tradition: Shada Islam

Muslim women embrace sorority without abandoning their faith and values

Alimony aid for Muslim women caught in divorce wrangles

RM15mil allocation for Muslim women who don’t get support

It will be a great help, says struggling single mother

Karzai praised for 3 women in Cabinet

Student backs Muslim women

'Only three women in Denmark wear burqa'

Photo: Female Imams: Searching for American “nu ahongs”

 

Alimony aid for Muslim women caught in divorce wrangles

Arab women Diaspora writers under study at the University of Manchester

America’s first Islamic-based sorority allows participation without abandoning faith and values

No veiled threat - France mulls fines for wearing a burqa in public

Women's role in Islam found in Quran

Should Muslim Women be Fined or Arrested for the Way They Dress?

Banning the burqa unveils some nasty traits in us

French PM Francois Fillon wants anti-burqa measures

Compiled by Aman Quadri

Photo: Bihar girl makes it to UN calendar

 

German Lingerie Ad Lifts the Veil on Muslim Women

Women should be wary of romanticising Islam

Transportation Security Administration Targets Women Wearing Hijabs?

WOMEN TO BE FINED FOR WEARING BURKAS

Compiled by Aman Quadre

Photo: A woman wears a burka in Roncin, northern France. The proposed legislation to ban the veil in public would protect the 'dignity' of women

 

Violence against Arab women in Gaza increases?

Indonesia's religious police on hemline frontline:

Citizens stopped for wearing "un-Islamic" clothes

Female Afghan police: good sign of progress

Saudi women at the forefront in all fields: Expat educationist

Hamas encourages Gaza women to follow Islamic code

Iraqi women: A story of injustice through decades

Israeli feminist issue or excuse for anti-Zionism?

The caged and the saved: finding feminism in the Islamic world

Monash: Muslim girl power in the gym

SAUDI ARABIA: 'Polygamy for women' article sparks public row in Egypt, Muslim world

Compiled by Aman Quadri

Photo: Hatem Moussa -- member of PFLP in Gaza (A.P)

 

To add to this is the fear that taking up Muslim women’s concerns might invite the opposition of conservative Ulema or Muslim clerics and stoke inter-communal controversy. This sidelining by ‘secular’ women’s groups of Muslim women’s concerns has been compounded by the tendency, boosted by the state, conservative Muslim leaders and the Hindu Right, to perceive Muslims solely in religious terms. Because of this, often ‘secular’ women’s groups interventions with regard to Muslim women focus simply on issues related to their religious identity (especially, certain aspects of Muslim Personal Law that are seen to militate against women), rather than on their manifold social, economic, and educational problems and concerns. -- Yoginder Sikand

Egypt University to appeal niqab ruling: Supreme Court Allows female students to don the full face veil on campus dormitories

Indonesia: Will women still be bargaining chips?

Photo: Cairo University students wear the niqab

It is agreed that in a diverse country like ours Muslims are not a monolithic community. There are Urdu speaking Muslims, just as there are Tamil Muslims and Bengali Muslims. There are Sunnis, Shias, low castes and OBCs. And then there are men, women and the youth including girls and boys. Apart from faith there is another common factor that has acquired a huge importance in recent times. It is about how they are perceived by the larger world as a community: “Muslims are dirty; Muslims are backward; Muslims are not patriotic; Muslims are terrorists.”

While the challenges faced by the community are of Herculean proportions, the fractured Muslim leadership neither has the commitment nor the competence to address these problems. They are obsessed with non-substantive and seemingly emotive issues. Unfortunately, it suits various Governments that no real demands are made for education, jobs, financial assistance, health facilities, security, etc. All that the latter have to do is to pander to these dubious elements and thus “take care” of almost 15% of the Indian population. The community has paid a huge price because of this. -- Zakia Soman

It is generally thought that movement for women’s rights began with western educated people and in 19th century. But very few people know about Maulavi Mumtaz Ali Khan, a traditional ‘alim, product of Darul ‘Uloom Deoband who was very enthusiastic supporters of gender equality. There are two things to be noted here: one, he was a traditional ‘alim and was not under the influence of western thought and two, he was advocating gender equality purely on the basis of Islamic traditional sources i.e. Qur’an and hadith.

The Maulavi was enthusiastic supporter of women’s rights and was one of the colleagues of Sir Syed. However, Sir Syed had lot of trouble on his hand due to his campaign for a modern educational institution for north Indian Muslims. He was facing stiff resistance from orthodox ‘ulama and did not want more trouble and so he advised Mumtaz Ali Khan not to publish his book Huququn Niswan the manuscript of which he showed to the Syed. However, the Maulavi was very enthusiastic about women’s rights and wanted to educate Muslim men and women and went ahead with its publication.

 Huququn Niswan, I dare say without any exaggeration, is like charter of rights for Muslim women. Mumtaz Ali Khan proves from Qur’an through his interpretations of relevant Qur’anic verses that men and women have equal rights and that women have no authority over women, as believed by Muslim men. This book, because of its advocacy of women’s rights, soon went into oblivion and was not available. -- Asghar Ali Engineer

 [Huququn Niswan is currently being serialized in New Age Islam, courtesy: Daily Sahafat, Mumbai.]

 

Based in New Delhi, Zakia Nizami Soman is one of the founder members of the Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan(BMMA), a movement of Muslim women across India struggling for their citizenship rights.  In this interview with Yoginder Sikand, she talks about the BMMA's work and reflects on the daunting challenges facing Muslim women in India today.



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