By Huda Khattab, IIPH, Hardcover, 176 pages
A Journey Through Women's Issues in Islam is the result of the author's exploration of a number of issues surrounding Muslim women, especially those which critics of Islam use as ammunition. These are matters of concern to all Muslim women.
Bent Rib examines a number of controversial issues such as domestic violence, female genital mutilation and failure to educate girls, and points out the divergence between Islamic teaching and actual culturally-influenced, practice. The problem is not Islam itself, but un-Islamic practices that are prevalent in many communities, a situation which has to be addressed.
About the author:
Huda Khattab is a British-born Muslim writer who holds a BA (Hons.) degree in Arabic from the School of Oriental and African Studies (London University). She converted to Islam while studying Arabic at university. She is the author of several books and has also translated books from Arabic into English, such as the IIPH books You Can Be the Happiest Woman in the World, Neighbour’s Rights According to the Sunnah and the Example of the Salaf, and Backbiting and Its Adverse Effects. Huda Khattab is married and lives with her husband and children in Toronto, Canada.
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