Understanding Women in Islam: An Indonesian Perspective critically explores gender-biased discourse within Islamic jurisprudence. It also elucidates matters seldom discussed in the Qu'ran and proposes a way out from the current methodological deadlock regarding women's position in Islam. ABOUT THE AUTHOR SYAFIQ HASYIM is an analyst for issues on women in Islam, political Islam and Islamic radicalism, and currently Deputy Director of ICIP (International Centre for Islam and Pluralism) in Jakarta.If certain parts of it maybe reinterpreted, which parts would be acceptable? WOMEN AND AZAN Azan (the call to prayer) was first practiced in the era of the Prophet, in the first year of Hijriyyah. The first mua#39;azin (the person who makes the callanbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding Women in Islam|
|Publisher||:||Equinox Publishing - 2006|