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Feminists, Islam, and nation

gender and the making of modern Egypt

by Margot Badran

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Egypt
    • Subjects:
    • Feminism -- Egypt -- History,
    • Women -- Egypt -- History,
    • Muslim women -- Egypt -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [317]-337) and index.

      StatementMargot Badran.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1793 .B33 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 352 p. ;
      Number of Pages352
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1094590M
      ISBN 10069103706X
      LC Control Number94019055

      book Feminism and Islam.6 Nilüfer Göle, in The Forbidden Modern, used the term Islamic feminism to describe a new feminist paradigm emerging in Turkey.7 Also, South African activist Shamima Sheikh frequently employed the term Islamic feminism in her speeches and articles. By the mids. Looking for books by Margot Badran? See all books authored by Margot Badran, including Feminists, Islam, and Nation, and Gender and Islam in Africa: Rights, Sexuality, and Law, and more on

      Early life and marriage. Huda Sha'arawi was born Nour Al-Huda Mohamed Sultan Shaarawi (Arabic: نور الهدى محمد سلطان شعراوي ‎) in the Upper Egyptian city of Minya to the famous Egyptian El-Shaarawi was the daughter of Muhamed Sultan Pasha El-Shaarawi, who later became president of Egypt's Chamber of Deputies. Her mother, Iqbal Hanim, was of Circassian descent. Islamic feminists struggle to define their identity within the constraints of present-day Islam by holding to what they accept as the original precepts of the Prophet Mohammed in the Qur’an. Muslim feminists use Islamic sources to show that full equality between men and women, granted by God, has been subverted by history and culture.

      Islamic feminism is defined by Islamic scholars as being more radical than secular feminism, and as being anchored within the discourse of Islam with the Quran as its central text. [4] During recent times, the concept of Islamic feminism has grown further with Islamic groups looking to garner support from many aspects of society. Islamic feminism is generally grounded in the Quran and Islamic prac- tice, and is articulated predominantly (though not exclusively) within an Islamic paradigm (Badran , ).


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The book, as it unfolds, does not provide an analysis of this failure or of the inability of the EFU leadership to transcend its class position.

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Raja Rhouni, also a Moroccan, first learned about Fatima Mernissi around the time Islam and Democracy came out while she was a PhD student at Mohammed V University in Rabat – the same university where Fatima Mernissi did her undergraduate work.

Although Islam and feminism are not completely without common ground, the values and principles of Islam and feminism are generally contrary. if the deputies wavered in their duty to uphold the liberty and dignity of the Persian people and nation (San Francisco: ), p.

This article is deeply indebted to Hauke's book,and all. Opposed to exposing themselves, it is through modesty. When we think of modern feminists we should stray away from the new American trends and start looking to what we have always thought as a contradiction; Muslim feminists.

Contrary to American popular belief, Islam has a culture and history of women empowerment. The Nation is reader supported which works with Islamic scholars to produce workshops and books that explain that Islam does not mandate injustice.

Islamic feminists will .