Sh Abu Safiyyah discusses the most potent questions levied at Islam and it’s relation to Women. Questions that strike at the theological foundations of Islam, such as: was the Prophet (PBUH) depraved in his union with ’Ai’sha? How do we interpret the contentious verse 34, of the Chapter of Women (4)? Does Islam sanction ‘wife-beating’, unrestricted ‘obedience’ to a male authority figure? Furthermore, the topic of divorce is explored and the question of whether Muslim women are inexplicably ‘trapped’ is explored. Finally the age-old question of whether Islam favours Men over Women in Inheritance Laws is put to task.
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‘Ai’sha’s Marriage To The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
4:34 – Qiwāmah, Obedience & ‘Wife-beating’
Divorce: Are Married Muslim Women ‘Trapped’?
Does Islam Favour Men Over Women in Inheritance laws?
Sh Mohammed Osman is an Islamic theologian, lecturer and teacher of Islamic studies who has taught in many international contexts in the West and the Middle-East. He graduated from Madinah Islamic University (KSA) with a BA Hons in Hadith & Islamic Sciences. The Shaykh has numerous Ijazat in various disciplines, such as Hanbali Jurisprudence and many books of Hadith. His prominent list of teachers includes Shaykh Dr Abdullah Al-Ghunayman, Sh AbdulMuhsin al-‘Abbad, Shaykh Dr Khalid Afeefi and many others. He is currently pursuing an MA in Usul al-Fiqh (Principles of Jurisprudence) from the International Islamic University of Malaysia. He has lead and directed multiple successful Islamic organisations in the UK and in multiple disciplines.