Learn about how the Quran continues to honor and empower women even and especially in the modern world.

Ustadha Safiya Ravat helps break down false narratives, and shows us how the Quran elevates women back to their honored positions!

  • Course Length

    4 lessons, amassing 8 hours worth of content. Each session lasts 1-hr, with an added 20-30 minutes for a Q&A with our guest instructor

  • Lesson 1: Honored by the Quran

    Inclusive mentioning of women in the Quran

  • Lesson 2: Should she be ‘seen’?

    Women's Hijab, Dress and Beautification in the Quran

  • Lesson 3: Should she be ‘heard’?

    Understanding the rules and restrictions for women in Surah Al-Ahzab (Sawt al Mara, Staying in the home, "from behind a curtain")

  • Lesson 4: How HE takes care of her

    Allah addresses the emotional well being of women in divorce, marriage, the 'iddah

Homework:

To really understand the rights of women, review these lessons regularly. That way, you will be able to incorporate them into your life, as well as teach others.

Prerequisites:

No prerequisites, except a keen mind!


Materials Required
Students Receive
A notebook & pen
Every recording
An internet connection
All materials used by the instructor
A computer / phone / tablet, with a working speaker


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Testimonials

What students are saying:

Farah

"Ustadha Safia gave extensive coverage of different topics related to women's rights in a very comprehensive but simple way! Ma sha Allah she explains the concepts very well! And the Q&A option is really good as well as it brings out some extra knowledge related to the topic!"

Afsheen

"I loved the details. I had never heard of that book [the instructor mentioned], let alone all the things I learnt that were written in it. I now have much deeper understanding of how women aren't just submissive beings meant to exist for men."

Kema

"Ma shaa Allah this Qur’an class was phenomenal! Sister Safiya gave us the basis for why some things are said about women within the ummah, i.e. women should wear niqab and women should stay at home etc. Then she gave rebuttals that weren’t her opinion, but facts backed by sound ahadith. She gave me a whole new perspective on Islam. This class made me feel empowered and informed about my choices."

Laila

"Teacher Safiya has an easy way of explaining the stories and Islamic teachings to support the point of what she wants to get across. It shows that she cares about she teachings of the extra time she takes to answer all our questions and concerns. It open my eyes to realise the importance of women in Islam and how their power affected Islam either in a negative or positive way. Now, I know the important role a women needs to play."

“I gained new knowledge that will benefit me as a Muslim woman. The PowerPoint we got is really going to help to refresh what was discussed. I liked gaining more knowledge about the Muslim women’s rights and in general about role the Muslim woman’s have.”

Fadumo

“We talked about a lot of essential subjects that all Muslims need to know, and not only women. The ustadha made it so easy to understand. Never mind if there is some divergences between scholars, this course was clear. It was very peaceful to hear these lectures. Now I'm a bit sad because it's over.”

Zaoudjat

“My favorite part was discussing women's dress and if she can be seen and heard.This class will change the negative thoughts people have about women in our religion. Now I love our religion more, and am confident to be a muslimah.”

Sazia

“My favourite part was this talk about our beloved Nabi Mohammed (s) and how he used treat them with love and respect. Subhan'Allah. Alhamdulilla I have learnt lot a good about women. The way woman should be, stay in/out door and dress. I believe its all to do with being protective around unknown mens basically.”

Halima

“I really gained knowledge on lots of stuff that I didn’t know before, especially the rulings on hijab and marriage stuff. It's really made me clear my mind about the doubts I used to have.”

Fatima

“I have more clarity about my rights and a greater love and understanding for Islam. I am happy and excited to learn more.”

Tafsheen

“It cleared alot of misconceptions and helped me know alot of new things and differentiate between what the culture says VS what Islam says. I love my religion more now and it has motivated me to study for myself, rather than believing what people say.”

Fiza

“I loved hearing the explanations behind the rules and the alternate understandings. I have a much more nuanced understanding of the topic, now. It's great!”

Fatema

“It was interesting to know about the women in islam, and how culture affects us and that some 'rulings' are not from islam. My understanding of women's rights is much better now.”

Aisha

“The instructor was intelligent, articulate, and inspiring. I gained knowledge about women in Islam with this course, and I am more confident, empowered and proud to be a Muslim woman.”

Zamara

About Your Instructor

Safiya Ravat

Guest Instructor

Ustadha Safiya Ravat serves as the Female Religious Director at Maryam Islamic Center and the Co-Director of Suhbah Institute where she leads the Suhbah Arabic and Islamic Seminary in Houston, Texas with her husband, Mahad Qamar. She attained a degree in Fiqh and Usul ul Fiqh (Islamic Law and Jurisprudence) from the International Islamic University of Malaysia and is currently pursuing a Master's in Pastoral Counseling in Marriage and Family Therapy.

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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Women's Rights in the Quran

    • Welcome!

    • Women's Rights 1st class PDF

    • Women's Rights 2nd class PDF

    • Women's Rights 3rd class PDF

    • Women's Rights 4th class PDF

  • 2

    Lesson 1: How Allah Addresses Women in the Qur'an

    • 1.1: Introduction to Course

    • 1.2: Stereotypes of a Good Muslim Woman - Part 1

    • 1.3: Stereotypes of a Good Muslim Woman - Part 2

    • 1.4: A Narrow Narrative of Women

    • 1.5: Pre-Islam Arabia and Women's Conditions

    • 1.6: Changes of Women's Conditions During our Prophet's Time

    • 1.7: Women's Conditions After the Passing of Our Prophet

    • 1.8: Inclusivity of Women in the Qur'an - Part 1

    • 1.9: Inclusivity of Women in the Qur'an - Part 2; Surah Mumtahanah

    • 1.10: Inclusivity of Women in the Qur'an - Part 3; Surah Mujaadilah

    • 1.11: Valued Women in the Qur'an - Part 1

    • 1.12: Valued Women in the Qur'an - Part 2

    • 1.13: The Real Narrative of Women in the Qur'an

    • 1.14: Questions and Answers - Part 1; Ramadan and Shawwal

    • 1.15: Questions and Answers - Part 2

  • 3

    Lesson 2: Women as Leaders, Teachers and Speakers

    • 2.1: Acts of Ibaadaat vs Acts of Muamalaat - Part 1

    • 2.2: Acts of Ibaadaat vs Acts of Muamalaat - Part 2

    • 2.3: Difference of Opinions - Part 1; Surah Ahzab

    • 2.4: Difference of Opinions - Part 2; Surah Ahzab

    • 2.5: Difference of Opinions - Part 3; Surah Ahzab

    • 2.6: Do these Ayaat Apply for all Women?

    • 2.7: Argument Rebuttals - Part 1

    • 2.8: Argument Rebuttals - Part 2

    • 2.9: Women who had Careers

    • 2.10: Can Women Lead Men?

    • 2.11: Can Women Teach Men?

    • 2.12: Questions and Answers - Part 1

    • 2.13: Questions and Answers - Part 2

    • 2.14: Questions and Answers - Part 3

  • 4

    Lesson 3: Hijab, Dress Codes and Modesty

    • 3.1: Conditions of Women's Dress Code - Part 1

    • 3.2: Conditions of Women's Dress Code - Part 2

    • 3.3: Conditions of Women's Dress Code - Part 3

    • 3.4: Conditions of Women's Dress Code - Part 4

    • 3.5: Colors and Styles - Part 1

    • 3.6: Colors and Styles - Part 2

    • 3.7: Ayaat on Women's Dress

    • 3.8: Is the Hijab Mentioned in the Qur'an?

    • 3.9: Jewelry

    • 3.10: Feet

    • 3.11: Hijab vs Niqab

    • 3.12: Make Up - Part 1

    • 3.13: Make Up - Part 2

    • 3.14: Wearing Perfume

    • 3.15: Dying Hair

    • 3.16: Plucking Eyebrows - Part 1

    • 3.17: Plucking Eyebrows - Part 2

    • 3.18: Questions and Answers - Part 1

    • 3.19: Questions and Answers - Part 2

    • 3.20: Questions and Answers - Part 3

    • 3.21: Questions and Answers - Part 4

  • 5

    Lesson 4: Marriage and Divorce

    • 4.1: Before Marriage - Part 1; Consent

    • 4.2: Before Marriage - Part 2; Getting to Know Each Other

    • 4.3: What Does Allah Say About Marriage?

    • 4.4: Duties and Responsibilities - Part 1

    • 4.5: Duties and Responsibilities - Part 2

    • 4.6: Is Marriage a Dictatorship?

    • 4.7: Can a Wife Disagree with her Husband? - Part 1

    • 4.8: Can a Wife Disagree with her Husband? - Part 2

    • 4.9: No Abuse - Hitting the Wife Part 1

    • 4.10: No Abuse - Hitting the Wife Part 2

    • 4.11: No Abuse - Emotional and Financial

    • 4.12: Intimacy Issues - Part 1

    • 4.13: Intimacy Issues - Part 2

    • 4.14: Conflict Resolution in Islam

    • 4.15: Divorce - Part 1

    • 4.16: Divorce - Part 2

    • 4.17: Divorce - Part 3

    • 4.18: Annulment of Marriage and Widowhood

    • 4.19: Questions and Answers - Part 1

    • 4.20: Questions and Answers - Part 2

    • 4.21: Questions and Answers - Part 3

    • 4.22: Questions and Answers - Part 4

  • 6

    Feedback

    • Feedback form

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