status of the Arab woman a select bibliography by Samira Rafidi Meghdessian

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  • Women -- Arab countries -- Social conditions -- Bibliography.

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Statementcompiled by Samira Rafidi Meghdessian under the auspices of the Institute for Women"s Studies in the Arab World, Beirut University College, Lebanon.
ContributionsBeirut University College. Institute for Women"s Studies in the Arab World.
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LC ClassificationsZ7964.A7
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Pagination176p. ;
Number of Pages176
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Open LibraryOL15184519M
ISBN 100720115175

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Table of contents FOREWORD 5 SUMMARY 7 1. ISLAMIC LAW AND ITS MAIN SOURCES 8 2. THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN ISLAMIC LAW 10 3. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: CODIFICATION OF LAW BY ARAB NATION-STATES 11 Motives for the codification of Islamic law 11File Size: KB.

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Due to the state of flux in Tunisia sincethe focus will be on the status of women prior to and the onset of the Arab Spring. In order to unpack the respective influences of culture and religion on women in Tunisian society, we must first attempt to understand the position of women.

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Despite the stereotypes, an Arab woman is highly respected by men. She shouldn’t feel the need for anything. Arab women were among the first who got the right to get married as per their own wish, initiate divorce, and have their own property.

This happened in the 7th century when women from other countries didn’t have such opportunities. Women in the Pre-Islamic Societies and Civilizations. Women suffered great injustices in the pagan Arab society and were exposed to diverse kinds of humiliation prior to the mission of the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon Him).

They were treated like material property to. genre and the newcomer to Arabic culture. In journalism, women did not limit their articles to women's magazines, and they did not write only about the status of women and their demands.

Some wrote under their own names (Warda al-Yaziji and 'A'isha al-Taymuriya, the most prominent examples), and some wrote under a pseudonym. The Oxford Dictionary of Islam states that the general improvement of the status of Arab women included prohibition of female infanticide and recognizing women's full personhood.

" The dowry, previously regarded as a bride-price paid to the father, became a nuptial gift retained by the wife as part of her personal property.".

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In her view, Islam. In an article titled "The Arab Man is the Problem, The [Arab] Woman Is the Solution," Israeli Arab author and poet Salman Masalha is harshly critical of the situation of women in Arab countries, and argues that women's equality will put an end to the backwardness of Arab and Islamic society.

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It calls on revolutionary and reformist forces to give special attention to issues related to Arab women, as they are an indispensable pillar in the process Book Edition: 1st Edition. In an interesting turning of the tables, conservatives are reciprocating the western interest in the position of Arab and Muslim women by examining the "oppressed" status of the western woman.

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