Guests can now reply in ALL forum topics (No registration required!)
In the Name of God بسم الله
l'Optimiste reacted to Bakir in Islam and Feminism
And I agree to that, these are facts after all. But these facts focus on the consequences of this dishonest capitalism on society, not on feminism per se. If any, in the position of women in society. But it's not only women who are enslaved, but men too.
The original idea that women should be free to choose to study, get a degree and/or work isnt wrong nor unislamic nor even - relatively - new at all. We do actually need learned women working in an islamic society for the benefit of itself. We wouldn't have women schools, nor psychologists, nor doctors, and so on. Services that muslim women most likely would prefer to receive from other muslim women who would, necessarily, be employers and not volunteers.