Muslim Sharia Law Explained with Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) Quotes

Islam prohibited such practices; therefore, safeguarding the basic right of women to live. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) had four daughters and he loved them very much. He wanted his followers to treat their daughters and wives with due respect. Islam sharia law also highlighted the role of women as mothers by giving special importance to them.

So how come nowadays majority of non Muslims seem to believe that Islam promotes oppression against women? Why is it that when a Christian woman covers herself, she is considered to be a nun and treated with respect; however, when a Muslim woman does the same, it is assumed that she is forced to do so?

Muslim Sharia Law explain

Muslim Sharia Law Explained

Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Anyone who has two daughters, and did not bury them, did not insult them and brought them up properly, he and I will be like this,” holding his two fingers close together.

Women have the same rights (in relation to their husbands) as are expected in all decency from them, while men stand a step above them.”    [Noble Quran 2:228]

Why is it that a developed country such as Italy bans head scarf for Muslims and media doesn’t seem to take much notice of it? Isn’t it clear violation of a person’s right to practice religion? The fact is that media has played its part in creating misunderstanding in minds of people that Islam does not treat Muslim women with equality.

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If we study and understand Islamic teachings, we will find that it is in fact the other way round where Islam treats women with respect and provides them protection. Muslim Sharia Law explains each and every issue in human being life.