Reclaiming the Mosque – The Role of Women in Islam's House of Worship by Jasser Auda

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By Dr Jasser Auda, Claritas Books, Paperback, 146 pages

At a time when misogyny and hostile attitudes towards women are plaguing Muslim communities throughout the world, Dr Jasser Auda presents a timely and vital challenge to the contentious issue of women's access to the mosque, expounding the Islamic perspective.

‘Reclaiming the Mosque’ is a crucial response to the current trials facing Muslim communities, and moreover, it offers a clear and cohesive call to action that harks back to the Islamic principles of Freedom, justice and human rights.

About the author:

Professor Jasser Auda is a founding member and Head of the Dawah Committee at the International Union of Muslim Scholars, a member of the European Council for Fatwa and Research, and teaches and supervises research on Maqasid Al-Shariah at the Faculty of Islamic Studies in Doha. He has a PhD in the Philosophy of Islamic law from the University of Wales, UK, a PhD in systems analysis from the University of Waterloo, Canada, and a M.Jur. thesis on the Maqasid/purposes of the Shariah from the Islamic American University.

Reclaiming the Mosque – The Role of Women in Islam's House of Worship by Jasser Auda
Reclaiming the Mosque – The Role of Women in Islam's House of Worship by Jasser Auda
Reclaiming the Mosque – The Role of Women in Islam's House of Worship by Jasser Auda
Reclaiming the Mosque – The Role of Women in Islam's House of Worship by Jasser Auda