The Qur’ans treatment of women
In Islam women were treated horribly. They were beaten, and could only make some decisions by themselves. Some may say that women in Islam had no rights. While to some extent this is true, these comments were made in a historical context by the debate of what women are allowed to do. Ultimately, most of the main points in the Qur’an show that women had some rights. The Qur’an makes it very clear on what women were allowed to do or not to do.
In Islam the women were forced to wear certain clothing it had to cover everything except their eyes and feet. God says in the Qur’an what men and women had to do "O children of Adam, We have brought down to you garments to cover your private parts, as well as for adornment, yet the garment of reverence is the best. These are some of God's signs, perhaps they will remember"(7:26). This says that women had to cover their body as a sign of respect to God. But also, women were aloud to choose what they wanted to wear as long as it covered everything except their feet and eyes. Women were allowed to wear hijabs "You who Believe, do not enter the prophet's apartments for a meal unless you are given permission to do so; do not linger until [a meal] is ready. When you are invited, go in; then, when you have taken your meal, leave. Do not stay on and talk, for that would offend the prophet, though he would shrink from asking you to leave. Allah does not shrink from the truth. When you ask his wives for something, do so from behind a barrier: that is purer for your hearts and theirs. It is not right for you to offend Allah's messenger, just as you should never marry his wives after him: that would be grievous in Allah's eyes. Allah has full knowledge of all things, whether you reveal them or not" (Qur'an 33:53-54). The end of this quote is saying do not reveal your wives in a provocative manor make them where there hijabs in public. Women were not...