Ancient Traditions of Islamic Culture Have Evolved To Reflect the Needs of Modern Women

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Historically, women have been subjugated under men in Islamic cultures. However, proponents of Islam have often cited some Islamic attitudes and traditions that might seem oppressive from a western perspective as protective, or even empowering, for women. Marriage law, polygamy, and the traditional Islamic dress or hijab have all been cited as liberating for Islamic women.

Take a look at this website and think about these issues from an Islamic perspective, and from a western one:

http://www.jannah.org/sisters/

What do you think about the arguments presented here? Do you think the ancient traditions of Islamic culture have evolved to reflect the needs of modern women?

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