Gender Stereotype in new Afghanistan relating to women’s education Vis-Vis Educational rights of Women in Islam
Author(s):
Dr.Shahela Yasmeen
Keywords:
Gender- stereotypes Afghanistan Education Quran Hadits
Abstract
As a traditional society, Afghanistan has always been a hotbed of gender inequality in different aspects; especially in terms of female education. Female education in Afghanistan has witnessed many upheavals all through the history of Afghanistan. Gender stereotyping has been common practice in Afghanistan’s history; ultimate silent sufferers in terms of education have been females. Disapprove of girls' education is not from sound religious perspective, but rather a limited and extreme political view and not in accordance with Islamic Principles. This article aims to examine the gender stereotype in female education in Afghanistan and presents the main obstacles that prevent women or girls from having access to education. The specific objectives are from this study to recognize the Islamic approaches towards girls’ education from the viewpoint of Quran, Sunnah and Hadith, to put forth the authentic approach of Islam about girl’s education.
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Unique Paper ID: 156100

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 1272 - 1278
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