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Pardah—Muslim women in/out of seclusion

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Chapter Summary

This chapter contains selected sources related to institution of pardah. It presents sources related to discourse on the interpretation of the Qurʾānic verses on ḥijāb, Fatāwā and male religious opinions on veiling/pardah, women challenging pardah restrictions, pardah's impact on Muslim women's lives, burqāʿ, life inside pardah-observing households. The chapter is not just a bibliography; it moves far beyond what a bibliography is ordinarily conceived to be.

Keywords: ḥijāb; burqāʿ; Fatāwā; Muslim women; pardah; Qurʾānic verses



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