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Muslim Women's Rights In The Global Village: Challenges And Opportunities, Azizah Y. Al-Hibri Jan 2000

Muslim Women's Rights In The Global Village: Challenges And Opportunities, Azizah Y. Al-Hibri

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In this age of information technology that shrank our world into a global village, it is fair to ask how this recent development has impacted Muslim women's rights across the world. Having just traveled through nine Muslim countries, ranging from Pakistan and Bangladesh to the Gulf States, Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon, I would answer that it is leading, slowly but surely, to reassessment and change.' Attempts to accelerate the pace of this change, however, without full understanding of its complex topology, and the deep-rooted commitment by most Muslim women to spiritual and cultural authenticity, could halt or even reverse ...


Deconstructing Patriarchal Jurisprudence In Islamic Law: A Faithful Approach, Azizah Y. Al-Hibri Jan 2000

Deconstructing Patriarchal Jurisprudence In Islamic Law: A Faithful Approach, Azizah Y. Al-Hibri

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Global Critical Race Feminism is the first anthology to focus explicitly on the legal rights of women of color around the world. Containing nearly thirty essays, the book addresses such topical themes as responses to white feminism; the flashpoint issue of female genital mutilation; the intersections of international law with U.S. law; "Third World" women in the "First World;" violence against women; and the global workplace.