Bahaism And Its Claims; A Study Of The Religion Promulgated By Baha Ullah And Abdul Baha

Paperback | August 22, 2012

bySamuel Graham Wilson

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Excerpt: ...any man's house without his permission or in his absence." Thus Bahai precepts tend in some degree to the liberation of woman, though they fall much behind high Christian ideals and customs. There is observable a wide-spread and influential movement among Moslems for the amelioration of the condition of woman. This movement does not have its source and inspiration in, nor is it peculiar to nor confined to Bahaism. On the contrary, an oriental writer in a review of this remarkable tendency says: "Its birth in Moslem lands undoubtedly is due to the impact of the Occident upon the Orient, the missionary influence playing a large part in it." 365 The new Moslems of India, under the leadership of Justice Sayid Ali, as well as the Young Turks, Egyptians and others, advocate freedom and education for women and have gone much beyond the 170 Bahais in practice. The Turkish women in Constantinople, who aided in the establishment of the constitution and are aspiring to enlarged liberty under its

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Excerpt: ...any man's house without his permission or in his absence." Thus Bahai precepts tend in some degree to the liberation of woman, though they fall much behind high Christian ideals and customs. There is observable a wide-spread and influential movement among Moslems for the amelioration of the condition of woman. This movement...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:76 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.16 inPublished:August 22, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217178537

ISBN - 13:9780217178532

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