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Women, work and Islamism

Maryam Poya

Women, work and Islamism

ideology and resistance in Iran

by Maryam Poya

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Published by Zed Books, Distributed in the USA exclusively by St. Martin"s Press in London, New York, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Muslim women -- Iran,
  • Sex role -- Iran,
  • Women -- Employment -- Iran,
  • Islam and state -- Iran,
  • Iran -- Economic conditions -- 1979-1997

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 170-179) and index

    Other titlesWomen, work & Islamism
    StatementMaryam Poya
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ1735.2 .P69 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 186 p. ;
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16967311M
    ISBN 101856496813, 1856496821
    LC Control Number99049833

    The right of women in Islam to work and to be active in the society. Qur’an is not the main source of Islamic law for most Muslims. Muslims are divided into three main sects: Sunni, Shiites and Sufis. The Sunni man made Sharee’a is more prevalent because it is upheld by the two main sects (Sunni and Sufis). Background and theoretical consideration --Living fieldwork, writing ethnography --The state and Islamists --Islamisms and the seeds of disciplinary power --Feminist voices and women's organizations --Current debates on women's legal rights in theory and practice --Islamism and gender: male perspectives --Gender and Islamism: three generations.

    WOMEN IN ISLAMIC SOCIETIES: A SELECTED REVIEW OF SOCIAL SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE A Report Prepared by the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress under an Interagency Agreement with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence/National Intelligence Council (ODNI/ADDNIA/NIC) and Central Intelligence. Between Feminism and Islam challenges the common assumption in the media and the academy that Islamism and feminism are quintessentially opposed h a careful sociological and ethnographic account of Moroccan feminist and Islamist women’s organizations, Zakia Salime shows how the two have transformed each other through decades of activism, debate, and engagement.

      Islam and Islamism still use the same book. Get away from that book. It poisons the mind. The being who spoke through the serpent making Eve fall is in the Quran. That being is heard when a person reads the words from that book. Muslims if they are serious about peace will turn away from the Quran. That book poisons the mind. Islamism is not a medieval program but one that responds to the stress and strains of the twentieth century. In this, Islamism is a huge change from traditional Islam. One illustration: Whereas traditional Islam's sacred law is a personal law, a law a Muslim must follow wherever he is, Islamism tries to apply a Western-style geographic law that.


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Women, work and Islamism: ideology and resistance in Iran. Zed Books: London and New York. (Second Edition, First Edition,under the pen name Maryam Poya).

Elaheh Rostami-Povey is a writer and researcher. She is affiliated to the London Middle East Institute and Centre for Gender Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of.Women covered in head scarves and chadors, Islamic divorce rules favoring men, the view that women should be relegated to the private rather than public sphere--these attitudes and practices.CHAPTER V1: looks at women's political rights including: freedom of speech, freedom to express one's opinion, the pledge of allegiance, the right to participate in Jihad and to give sanctuary.

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