Al Fadi on Women’s Rights Under Sharia Law
Al Fadi is originally from Saudi Arabia and is an apostate from Islam, therefore, subject to death for leaving the religion of peace. He is a part of a group of former Muslims and professional Islamic scholars who desire to assist both Muslims and non-Muslims who seek to learn more about The Qur’an, to research it, to critically analyze it, and to better comprehend its teachings without the traditional religious and cultural barriers designed to indoctrinate and encapsulate the minds of many truth seekers.
The team is comprised of former Muslims and passionate Islamic scholars who represent various Arabic and Middle-Eastern cultural backgrounds, educational specialties in the field of Islamic studies, and share the same desire and passion for Muslims. They are represented by Islamic researchers, academic teachers, scholars, writers, editors, and translators who span across multiple continents.
Al Fadi has written an informative article describing what women’s rights are (or are not) under Islamic sharia law.
“The Dilemma of ‘The Wife Beating Protocol”
“The Quran is the source of all personal status laws in Islamic countries. Therefore, the rules of religious jurisprudence concerning the osition and treatment ofwomen are also based on the Quran. In order to fully understand the position of women in Islam, one must first examine the Quranic rules concerning them. Our dilemma in today’s article has to do with the Quranic command for husbands to beat their wives.”
Read the complete article HERE.