A Universal Islamic Phenomenon in Turkish Religious Practice: the Fethullah Gulen Case

Aug 15 ’13

Is the role of women limited to motherhood in Islam?

Fethullah Gulen No, it is not. The noble position of motherhood aside, our general opinion about women is that, while taking into account their specific needs, it should be made possible for them to take on every role, including the jobs of physician, military officer, judge and president of a country. As a matter of […]

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May 25 ’13

Women in Islam: Fethullah Gülen’s Perspective

M. Sait Yavuz The intellectual debates in Turkey on the status of women in Islam have not been different than the rest of the Islamic world. As in any Muslim intellectual circle, feminism and its critics were the topics of many debates among the Turkish intellectuals. Western feminist ideology was represented by the Turkish secular-feminists […]

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Mar 10 ’12

Women in Islam

This article is taken from “An interview with Fethullah Gülen for the Muslim World Journal” The Muslim World Journal, Volume 95 – Number 3- July 2005. page 462-465 Q: The relationship between men and women in Islam is one of the controversial topics debated in the modern day. What are your thoughts of the place […]

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