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Misconception Of Power Of Women in Islam

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Submitted by Shaikh Muhyiddin (Saudi Arabia), Jul 31, 2008 at 04:40

Dear Mr. Daniel,

This is for your kind information that a woman has less power in Islam. U pls go to the deep cores of Islam, religion should be understood on its own basis and not on the basis of its practising people. The true teaching of Islam is in Quran the book narated by (Allah) God in Arabic and has been researched and explained in each and every aspect of life in books written by Islamic Scholars know as Hadid.

If U see the reality of Islam it is the only religion which empowers women. Which gives more rights to women than any other religion in this world. It dosent ask women to kill all their desires and to become nuns as in christianity or like hinduism which does not allow any women to marry after she becomes widow.

Its Islam which pays the highest respect to women and protects their rights.

My sincere request to U is pls read what Islam says actually before posting any comments or highlighting anything negative that the religion improper followers do.

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