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Why do Muslim women have to cover? Are Muslim women oppressed? What does Islam say about gender relations? Not another boring and unconvincing lecture about the rights of women in Islam and of those in the West. Yasir Qadhi explains how a supposed male bias myth has arisen only within the past few decades and is being used to attack Muslims on their beliefs. In this lecture, he shows how using stereotypical responses doesn’t work, and describes exactly what methods to use when answering difficult questions on Islam. This talk also discusses ruling on philosophy (western philosophy) - Aristotle, Socrates, etc (What Imam Malik, Imam Abu Hanifa said about such things) all about "Muslim philosophers". What is the proper approach to giving dawah regarding such matters and current trends on women’s "rights" vs Islamic rights for women.

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