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This could be because of the beliefs of some Muslim communities that it is acceptable to delay motherhood in order to ensure that one's wife will be the next in line to inherit the family's land. In the paper, the researchers said: "It is possible that this pattern of early infant birth could be explained by the edmonton muslim belief that a woman's place in the family should be in the mother's womb rather than in the home after birth. "In this way, Muslims may be more likely to choose to delay motherhood, since the risk of an unmarried woman becoming a widow increases when she has more than one child."
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The study concluded: "This indicates that in a community that focuses on a strict interpretation of Islam, a Muslim woman's place in the family should not be determined by her age."
So, why is there such a difference between the age of an adult male Muslim and a Muslim woman? Because as long as both are Muslim, they are considered to be "equal" under the Islamic law.
We don't just want to have Muslims who have been raised in the same Islamic religious environment. We also want Muslims to be Muslims, because otherwise it is not fair to us to impose on a Muslim's child a culture that is not theirs to impose.
The above article has been submitted to The Daily Caller's "Muslim Voices for Truth." The article has been published as a guest post by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf. Shaykh Yusuf has over 30 years of experience with writing and disseminating the truth, as a teacher, author and journalist. The articles presented on this blog reflect the views of Shaykh Yusuf, who is a scholar of the Qur'an and the Sunnah.
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