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But the argument is so patently tendentious and the evidence adduced for the fact so exiguous that few have failed to be convinced that what is in our copy of the Quran is in fact what Muhammad taught, and is expressed in his own words.According to Islamic tradition, the Quran is the literal word of God as recited to the Islamic prophet Muhammad through the angel Gabriel.

In Islam, men have an obligation to God and to women to observe hijab. Al Fadl began to stare at her because of her beauty.

I imagine a conversation between someone teaching the Quran and a guy as follows: Teacher: Don’t stare at women. Noting this, the Prophet Muhammad did not scold the woman for dressing immodestly or revealing her beauty.

It destroys rape culture because it commands men to reform themselves first and exclusively. This point was again illustrated when the Prophet rode with his companion Al Fadl bin Abbas.

It demolishes complaints that what a woman is wearing is “too provocative”, whatever that means, because it flat out forbids men from gawking at women. A woman described as strikingly beautiful approached the Prophet to seek his guidance on some religious matters.

Instead, he “reached his hand backwards, catching Al Fadl’s chin, and turned his face to the other side so that he would not gaze at her”. Only after the Quran thoroughly commands men to observe hijab by being modest, not staring, and reforming ourselves, does the Quran address women. While wholly missing the primary burden of hijab first placed on them, men suddenly and magically discover the concept of hijab for women.

Thus, the Prophet Muhammad once more established that the primary burden to observe hijab rests on men. We’ve all heard guys say, “I want a chaste wife,” yet themselves they’re anything but. It’s an amazing phenomenon I see all too often in my day job.

Both critics and some scholars of western, eastern and secular backgrounds claim to have discovered scientific errors adding allegations of contradictions in the Quran while questioning its interpreted moral and ethical message.

What commends it (Quran) so powerfully to the historian is its authenticity, not as the Word of God, of course, as the Muslims believe but as the secular historian cannot and should not, but rather as a document attesting to what Muhammad said at that time and place, early seventh-century Mecca.

As His Holiness, the Khalifa of Islam Mirza Masroor Ahmad, reminds men who force hijab on women: stop and restrain yourselves instead.

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