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The Koran is a book following the religion of the Muslim people In it many aspects of their ways of life and their attitudes towards different people are addressed It mentions the strong feelings of the true believers towards Jews and Christians however it gives a view of women that is taken two ways A major part of their religion is the way women should be treated This idea is a controversial topic as seen from a person that is not a true believer or a Muslim Conventional thinking brought out by the media have led non-Muslim people to perceive the treatment of women as suppressive The Koran shows the reader both sides of the coin and therefore the reader must form an opinion of the way they thing women are treated After reading The Koran one would think that it belittles women such as the way they are treated and the role they play in society However with respect to their society habits rituals ways of life and their religion Muslim women are actually treated with more respect and with more decency The people of the book have very strict ideas about how society is to be run based upon their religion and culture They are given certain rules and are expected to follow them They have a proper understanding of how they are to live their life and how they are to treat other people In the case of women The Koran is very specific when it comes down to how they are to be treated and their role in life Women shall with justice have rights similar to those exercised against them although men have a status above women As long as you are not a true believer you will never really know what this exactly means Obviously in The Koran men have more rights than women But then how is this statement to be understood In The Koran men and
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