he purpose of this book is to shed light on the often misunderstood polygamous situation in modern Saudi Arabia...
This article surveys early Islamic legal opinions concerning differences between women and men related to law, politics, and personal conduct...
This essay focuses on recent divorce reforms in Egypt (2000) and Morocco (2004), with equal attention to the positions of men and women who end their marriages...
This book takes a more nuanced approach to that question by exploring how women are portrayed in hadith on ancient sacred narrative – the stories of the prophets. ...
The fact that a woman’s inheritance is half that of a man’s has enticed many to delve into the rationale behind this rule. In the answers that have reached us...
In this article, the writer examines how Muslim women who are religiously-married in Germany might initiate no-fault divorce in the absence of a German registered civil marriage...
Granting men the right of divorce is the most natural and logical way possible because giving it to the couple probably would not end well, for if not coming into an agreement on...
This will be a one-day conference held in partnership with the Cultural Centre of the Iranian embassy, as part of the celebrations for the 2019 International Day for Women on March the 8th and Iranian Day for Women on...
The exhibition touches on how the women define themselves through what they wear, thus offering a much-needed snapshot of present-day Muslim modest fashion...
An eastern Iowa non-profit group is offering sports hijab to Muslim girls to encourage them to play sports and stay active...