An ageless book that is as relevant and hot read as was when it was first published “raising muslim women so high that the gardens of jannah lie at her feet”
This is an unusual book that started others down the road of “Islamic Feminism”. From that standpoint it can be considered the mother source for later publications in this area. Later authors writing on this subject owe a significant debt to this book,and generally do not acknowledge it.
For example the author of the new translation of the Quran,Abdel Haleem, in his otherwise informative book, Understanding the Quran, appears to have used the same material in the discussion of nushuz and maruuf, however no reference is made to precedent setting work of Dr. Siddique in this area.
This slim book provides direct reference…
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