Women in Islam: Quiz

Question 1: To evaluate the effect of Islam on the status of women, many writers have discussed the status of women in ________, and their findings have been mixed.
Pre-Islamic ArabiaArabian PeninsulaArab peopleRashidun Caliphate

Question 2: More positively, some hold that Islam enjoins sexual pleasure within marriage; see ________'s polemic "Islamic Bill of Rights for Women in the Bedroom".
Asra NomaniIslamic terrorismMosqueIslamic feminism

Question 3: In practice in most of the ________ today divorce can be quite involved as there may be separate secular procedures to follow as well.
Muslim worldIslamic Golden AgeIslamMuslim history

Question 4: In the real world and outside of Islamic judicial theory, a women’s right to divorce is often extremely limited compared with that of men in the ________.
Western AsiaAsiaMiddle EastIran

Question 5: A high value is placed on female chastity (not to be confused with ________).
Orthodox ChurchClerical celibacyCelibacyCatholic Church

Question 6: [85][86] When the Taliban ruled ________, they issued a 2001 decree that also banned women from driving.
NATOAfghanistanNon-Aligned MovementCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 7: The Taliban treatment of women in ________ is an extreme example of this.
Non-Aligned MovementNATOAfghanistanCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 8: Liberal Muslims have urged that ________, a form of critical thinking, be used to develop a more progressive form of Islam with respect to the status of women.

Question 9: [11] The Oxford Dictionary of Islam states that the general improvement of the status of Arab women included prohibition of ________ and recognizing women's full personhood.
Sex-selective abortionAbortion lawFetal rightsAbortion

Question 10: ________ has had women's suffrage since 1918, but some Islamic states did not have women's suffrage the late 1990s.

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