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50 Things to Know About Women in Islam

By: Farah Khan,50 Things to Know
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Do you want to know the status of women in Islam? Do you think Islam discriminates among men and women? Do you want to know the rights of the women that Islam gives them? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this audiobook is for you.

50 Things to Know About Women in Islam by Farah Khan offers an approach to look into the Islamic perspective of women. Most books on the topic give a picture regarding the status of a woman but do not tell you all the details regarding women's rights and responsibilities in the Islamic perspective. This book discusses the topic with evidence from the Quran and Hadith at one place.

In this audiobook, you'll discover the true Islamic values. This book will help you to understand the status of women that should be given to her in this world. By the time you finish this book, you will know all about the women in the Islamic world.

So, buy the audiobook today. You'll be glad you did.

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