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Gender Issues in Spiritual Life & womens rights

Below are the best resources we could find on Gender Issues in Spiritual Life and womens rights.

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What Islam Really Says About Women | Alaa Murabit

Alaa Murabit's family moved from Canada to Libya when she was 15. Before, she’d felt equal to her brothers, but in this new environment she sensed big prohibitions on what she could accomplish.

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Efforts by Women of Faith to Achieve Gender Equality

Here are five ways in which women of faith are fighting for gender equality at work and in broader society—empowering young women as feminist and womanist theologians, faith community leaders, social justice advocates, and elected officials.

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To the ‘Experts in Humanity’: Since When Did Women Become the Problem?

“The Church, expert in humanity, has a perennial interest in whatever concerns men and women” a new document from Rome begins. After that the expertise, sincere as it may be, gets cloudy.

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The Noble Struggle of amina wadud

On March 18, 2005, amina wadud shocked the Islamic world by leading a mixed-gender Friday prayer congregation in New York.

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'Love jihad' law seen trampling women's hard-earned freedoms in India

When Mehak’s parents found out she was having a relationship with a Muslim man, they locked her in her bedroom, seized her phone and bank cards and installed security cameras at their home in northern India.

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Challenging Religious & Patriarchal Structures | Sherin Khankan | TEDxLausanneWomen

Sherin speaks as she's a female Imam and shares the stories left untold about psychological violence and religious control, and how to break the circle of shame, loneliness and abuse.

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Denmark’s Muslim Feminism and the First Woman Imam at Copenhagen’s Mariam Mosque

When an ostensibly secular state tests its Muslim citizens by skirting the edge of insult, the result is deeper division and alienation on both sides: the racist right vs. the anti-West Islamists.

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Social Taboos for Women in Muslim Societies

Daisy Khan of The Womens Islamic Initiative in Spirituality and Equality and the American Society for Muslim Advancement joins Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss social taboos for women in Muslim societies.

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Sherin Khankan - How Can We Talk About Islam?

For today's guest on ”How can we?” we have Denmark's, probably Scandinavia's, first female imam, Sherin Khankan. Navid and Sherin talks about feminism, equal rights and the 9 theses of Muslim reform.

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Sherin Khankan: Can Islam Be a Feminist Religion?

Sherin Khankan is Denmark's first female imam and founder of the first mosque for women in Europe.

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