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The Qur'an says:(about Women) "Treat them with kindness; for even if you dislike them, it may be that you dislike a thing which God has meant for your own abundant good". 4:19.
The Prophet of Islam says: "Only a man of noble character will honor women, and only a man of base intentions will dishonor them".
This book explains the real and true version of Islamic concept
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Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 28th 2000 by Goodword Books (first published June 1st 1995)
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Barnaby Chesterman
Jan 01, 2015 rated it did not like it
A fascinating book if only because it reveals the deep-rooted prejudice and misogyny of the author and religion. I've given it one star because it does the exact opposite of its intention but it is in fact very interesting. A more sexist person than the author I can't believe you could actually meet and this book does nothing other than demonstrate Islam and the author to have a total lack of respect for women. But that in itself is very telling for the author is trying to demonstrate how well ...more
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One of the most very badly written books I ever read. I give it one star for trying.
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A fascinating book if only because it reveals the deep-rooted prejudice and misogyny of the author and religion. I've given it one star because it does the exact opposite of its intention but it is in fact very interesting. A more sexist person than the author I can't believe you could actually meet and this book does nothing other than demonstrate Islam and the author to have a total lack of respect for women. But that in itself is very telling for the author is trying to demonstrate how well ...more
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One of the most very badly written books I ever read. I give it one star for trying.
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