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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 6740-6743

The impact of Islam as a religion regarding co-education and Gender equality in Muslim countries

Dr. Asia Khatoon, Dr. Ann Samson, Rabia Ashraf Khurram, Dr. Shahnaz Jatoi, Wakeel Ahmed Otho.


This article is on paper to express the effect of Islam as a creed about to co-education and Gender equality in Muslim countries. Islam is a creed which allows every men and women to grasp culture but near is loads of tribulations about the women to get edification with men. In this article we will confer these types of evils with explanation. To be sincerely empowered, women have to moreover be adept to formulate choices and this container simply be completed through education. If girls and women are not responsive on their constitutional rights to turn into educated, at that moment the vicious phase will pick up again to turn. Instruction of girls and women is imperative to the progress of Muslim widely held communities around the world. Instruction is vital for everyone, but it is a derogatory neighborhood of empowerment for girls and women. This is not single as culture is an ingress aim to opening but in addition as women’s instructive achievements encompass definite sound effects in the family.

Key words: Impact of Islam, Education, Gender equality, Muslim countries

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