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Does Islam Oppress Women?

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Does Islam Oppress Women?

Abdur-Raheem Green talks about an important question that is in the minds and in the tongues of many people. It is a claim, an accusation, in fact it is a slander that is made against the religion of Islam. That Islam oppresses women. Abdur-Raheem demonstrates that this is not only a lie and a slander, but also shows which people, nation and ideology is really responsible for oppressing women. He also looks and defines what the word “oppression” means and what Islam says about it. An educational video about the slander that some tend to promote, “Islam oppresses women.” Listen in as you learn about the meaning of “oppression” and rights that are presented by Islam to women.

Introduction [start time 00:00]
A Slander against our religion [start time 03:30]
Oppression & Islam [start time 05:10]
Definition of oppression [start time 06:35]
What are Rights ands there connection with oppression [start time 07:20]
Back to: Does Islam oppress women? [start time 10:15]
What are the rights of Women? [start time 11:00]
Western World has been experimenting with the World [start time 13:40]
No difference between men/women
An experiment that was conducted in occupied Palestine!

Conclusion on the fact that Boys/Girls are different [start time 19:00]
Women Economy [start time 22:40]
WW1/WW2

Nature of Women and the West [start time 27:00]
Honoring the Womb [start time 35:40]
Islam Doesn’t oppress Women. [start time 38:40]

Abdurraheem Green embraced Islam over 20 years ago and since that time has been active in the field of da’wah. Abdurraheem was educated in a Christian monastic school and although held strong Christian principles dabbled with other religions. This continual quest to find meaning to life eventually led him to Islam.

Abdurraheem spent many years at Speakers’ Corner in Hyde park, where he made his name as an inspirational orator. He has been delivering talks nationwide including universities during this time, and also on international platforms, such as the Peace Conference in Mumbai. He is a regular on Peace TV with many of his lectures widely watched on YouTube.

Abdurraheem is a founding member and chairman of iERA (www.iera.org.uk)