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EEO. 2020; 19(2): 1381-1394

Islam, Modernity, And Justice For Women And Role Of Women Leaders Of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.A.W) Era

Muhammad Umar Riaz Abbasi.

Background:The social role of women in the struggle between modernity and conservatism is an important question of the day.Islam is a religion that gives its followers a map of how to live. It also clearly states the rights and duties of its followers. Just as the Qur'an addresses men, it also gives instructions and demands to women.

Aim:The main aim of the study is to analyse Islam, modernity and justice for women and the role of women leaders of Prophet Muhammad SAW era.

Method:A qualitative method has been chosen as it has allowed the researcher to draw conclusions by focusing on various interpretations of the given data on the topic. The researcher has opted for secondary data collection method. It allows the researcher to focus on secondary data that has been available in books, journals, research papers and research articles.

Results:The role of women during the era of Prophet SAW can be seen by the role played by Hazrat Khadija who was an inspiring figure, as were Fatima, the daughter of the Prophet of Islam, and Ayesha, his second wife. Islam has taken care that no injustice can be done to a woman on the basis of being just a woman. Her qualities should not be crushed and her personality should not be suppressed. Allah's Apostle tried to make men and women aware of the rights that Islam has given to human beings. Both get their rights and perform their duties within their jurisdiction.

Key words: Islam, Justice, Role of Women, Prophet’s SAW era, Justice for Women, Modernity

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