Women's Right

“Women’s rights in Islam” is one of the most debatable topics going on today. The planet is painted with different religions and cultures. Majority of people come up with different opinions for other religion’s people by just having a look on them. Covering is obsession for some people, while; being bald is freedom in some people’s point of view. There are lots of misapprehensions about women’s rights in Islam amongst non-Muslims. If women are hiding their body or if they like to stay home, people think that they do not have any freedom in Islamic religion and women are preoccupied. But this is not the reality. A person cannot plug out anything wrong and accuse other’s religion just because of one’s own misperception. One needs to study thoroughly and then come up with contradictory perspectives. Consequently, the misunderstanding about women’s rights in Islam should be changed since women have equal rights, veil is for their protection, and they have freedom of speech and expression. 

First of all, all women have equal rights in the Islamic world. Islam greatly inspires providing women their equal rights. This contains all types of rights, spiritual, social, economic, legal, education, and political rights. According to Islamic perception, men and women are created equal. They have spirits given by God. Neither man has superiority on woman nor has woman. The responsibilities given to both are same. The same five prayers a day is mandatory for women, which are for men. Everybody will get the reward for his own deeds on the Day of Judgment. If Muslim women are supposed to accomplish their duties then why not their rights are equivalent in the eyes of western world. Agreeing to Zakir Naik: “In terms of moral, spiritual obligations, acts of worship, the requirements of men and women are the same, except in some cases when women have certain concessions because of their feminine nature, or their health.” (Naik).
In Islam, there is no perception where women cannot...