Home > Religious Studies > Prejudice > Islam: prejudice and discrimination
The Muslim belief that everyone was created by Allah and is equal is found in the:
Muhammad (pbuh) in his first sermon said there is no reason to treat different races differently.
Islam teaches that men and women are equal, but they have different roles to perform.
Muslim women do not have the right to divorce.
Muslim women should wear modest clothes in public to cover their bodies.
Discrimination goes against the first two Articles in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights.
Prejudice is based on facts about different cultures and races.
Muslims believe that humanity is descended from Adam and Eve.
Muslims believe that the role of the woman is to support the family.
Muhammad stressed the importance of women. What did he say lies at the feet of a mother?