Essay on Should Women Be Treated?

1464 Words May 9th, 2015 6 Pages
In Iraq, the lifestyle there is much worse for Muslim women than it is in the United States. It is common for women to be a victim of abuse, killed, or even raped. In the United States women are given more benefits than Muslim women do in Iraq, which doesn’t seem fair, because women should be treated just as equally as men are treated and no gender is superior than other gender. Iraq’s major religion is Islam, their religion compares and contrasts to Christianity, however the life Muslim women live now reflects from Islam’s traditions from the freedom to confinement. The Qur’an is the last revealed word of Allah, and it is every Muslim’s main source of faith and practices. The Holy Bible is the Word of God, and it is every Christian’s main source to go to when in need of looking for guidance from God. Even though the Christianity was developed before the time the prophet Muhammad, both religions are very similar in terms of what their bibles tell them. For instance, in the Holy Bible and the Qur’an share the same story that Mary gave birth as a virgin. The Qur’an and the Holy Bible also state that God is the Creator and that after life on earth there is Hell and Heaven. The Qur’an and the Holy Bible promise eternal life for those who believe in them. Many quotes that from the Qur’an and the Holy Bible may not match word for word, but both have the same meaning. For instance, “Nor come near to adultery: for it is shameful (deed) and an evil, opening the road (to other…

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