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The role of women in Islam is unique among religious based societies The Quran and the early Muslims bear witness to the fact that woman is at least as vital to life as man and that she is not inferior to him nor is she one of the lower species It was the introduction of foreign cultures that brought these views into the Islamic culture The womans role was a matter of fact in the Islamic culture and no one considered it a problem The status of woman in Islam is something unique something that has no similarity in any other system If we look to the Communist world or to the democratic nations we find that woman is not really in a happy position Her status is not enviable She has to work so hard to live and sometimes she may be doing the same job that a man does but her wage is less than his To get to where she is nowadays woman struggled hard for decades and centuries To gain the right of learning and the freedom of work and earning she had to offer painful sacrifices and give up many of her natural rights To establish her status as a human being possessing a soul she paid heavily Yet in spite of all these costly sacrifices and painful struggles she has not acquired what Islam has established by a Divine decree for the Muslim woman Woman is recognized by Islam as a full and equal partner of man in the procreation of humankind He is the father she is the mother and both are essential for life Her role is not less vital than his By this partnership she has an equal share in every aspect she is entitled to equal rights she undertakes equal responsibilities and in her there are as many qualities and as much humanity as there are in her partner To this equal partnership in the
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