But if you fear that you cannot maintain equality among them, marry one only or any slave-girl you may own.” Quran 4:3, “Women,” Dawood, p.
76 “If you are in doubt concerning those of your wives who have ceased menstruating, know that their waiting period shall be three months.
The Koran also contains more equitable commentary on women, although these verses are widely ignored, even or especially in Islamic/sharia law and particularly by “radical” or of men, to be treated accordingly.
Whether or not a master is exhorted to be kind, fair and just to his slaves, the fact of their slavery remains.
The same shall apply to those [of your wives] who have not yet menstruated.” Quran 65:4, “Divorce,” Dawood, p. Child marriages were common.”] “[Forbidden to you are] married women, except those whom you own as slaves.” Quran , “Women,” Dawood, p.
81 “You shall not wed pagan women, unless they embrace the Faith.
A woman is worth one-half of a man, and men are above women.
421 [The “days of ignorance” refer to pre-Islamic times.] Menstruating women are unclean, and men must stay away from them.
83 “A male shall inherit twice as much as a female.” Quran , “Women,” Dawood, p.
77 “Call in two male witnesses from among you, but if two men cannot be found, then one man and two women whom you judge fit to act as witnesses…” Quran 2, “The Cow,” Dawood, p.
A believing slave-girl is better than an idolatress, although she may please you.
Nor shall you wed idolaters, unless they embrace the Faith.” Quran 1, “The Cow,” Dawood, p. “Enjoin believing women to turn their eyes away from temptation and to preserve their chastity; not to display their adornments (except such as are normally revealed); to draw their veils over their bosoms and not to display their finery except to their husbands, their fathers, their husbands’ fathers, their sons, their step-sons, their brothers, their brothers’ sons, their sisters’ sons, their women-servants, and their slave-girls; male attendants lacking in natural vigour, and children who have no carnal knowledge of women.