The Effects of The Aurat March on Islamic and Western Civilization. An Exploratory Review


  • Dr. Muhammad Hamza


Where Allah has described the rights and duties of men in the Qur'an and Sunnah, he has also revealed orders for women. Whether they are religious or worldly, they have been guided in the light of the Prophet's life in all respects. In the divine laws. Respect for women is kept in mind.    اَلرِّجَالُ قَوّٰمُوْنَ عَلَى النِّسَآء shows men have been made caretakers of women. Just as men have been given importance in political, economic, social and educational affairs, women also have rights. Provided that both of them fulfill their rights and duties while living within the limits of Sharia. Allah has given one level of excellence to the man as the head of the house, then He has also given three levels of excellence to the woman as a mother. Similarly, economic matters. The responsibility of Allah has been imposed on the man, but if the woman wants to participate in these matters, Islam has also granted this right considering her ability. The subject of women's rights has been important in modern and ancient times. Voices have been raised for women's rights in every age. Somewhere there are economic problems and some social problems, women have demanded their rights. This topic came to the fore when women were mistreated, the first voice of which arose in 1909 from Western civilization where women were excluded from economic and political activities. It was kept deprived and then this day started to be celebrated regularly on March 8 every year. In the present era, this topic has led to many myths, even though the demands of women's rights were correct in the beginning, but later many ugly words were added to it, which had an impact on Islamic and Western civilization.