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Journal:   SOCIOLOGY OF WOMEN (JOURNAL OF WOMAN AND SOCIETY)   spring 2019 , Volume 10 , Number 1 (37) #l00567; Page(s) 73 To 95.

Privilege rights of women in society in comparison with men in Islamic jurisprudence and Iranian law

Author(s):  Faqih Sediqe, KHADEM JAHROMI HAMEDEH
The study of the set of rules of Islamic jurisprudence and the rights of Iran illustrate that not only there is a legal justice between women and men society, but the researcher in this regard faced with the rules that the legislator, fully affirmative, has set. Contrary to the feminist approach to the interaction of Islam with the women's community, the quality and quantity of these regulations are so high that even the possibility of gender discrimination in Islam is in the interest of women. The benefit of the right to claim for maintenance, maintenance, dowry, for example, paternity, livelihood and livelihood, paternity, paternity, priority in the custody of children, the requirement for a man to have a child, the right to receive the dowry and alimony to other creditors, and the lack of responsibilities for engaging in war, prayer, extortion, and general service are among the special privileges assigned to women in the society in Islam and Iranian law. Other outcomes of such supportive rules are that women are more restricted and easier to do in the field of law than men. The present paper uses a descriptive-analytical method to answer the feminist critiques of the Islamic approach to the female sex from the jurisprudential and legal point of view, and by providing documentation, to criticize the opponents' arguments about the matters of inheritance, divorce, divorce, judgment, martyrdom, province The father focuses on the daughter in marriage, and this is considered to be the most significant discrimination between men and women in the field of religious and legal regulations.
Keyword(s): Justice Privilege Rights,women,jurisprudence,Law,Feminism
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