Everybody who thinks muslim womens are oppressed, have no social lives and are totally forbidden to engage with mens should read this including muslims themselves.
Most of us might agreed that taking care of the family home is the first and most important responsibility of the woman, BUT, every household needs mutual care and coorperation, and have their respective tasks in taking care of the home and family. When a home established that, women will get more time in experiencing social lives outside the home to achieve many things, be valuable and beneficial to her family, economics, the people, which reminds me of Malala who fights the rights for girls and women's educations.
Structured. Every chapter have summaries for better conclusions by readers. This book is a very enlightening read to better understand why women should not be restricted to socialised as long as they are doing it with reasons and following certain rules like to dress modestly, not being in a private room alone with a man, etc.