Nearly two-thirds (64%) of adults in India say sons and daughters should have equal rights to inheritance from parents. About one-third (34%) say that sons should have a greater right to inheritance than daughters. https://t.co/s4MXhNaARY pic.twitter.com/tFO4tZMruC
— Pew Research Religion (@PewReligion) March 7, 2022
Scope, Style and Preservation of the Quran
For the Muslims the issue is how are they going to interpret the verses about inheritance in Sura Nisa, chapter number 4, are we going to take it literally or metaphorically that those were a start of equality in a world where the women had no rights and now we can procced to total equality, in a world where both women and men are earning members:
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