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Q&A Booklet: Islam & Family Planning
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Q&A Booklet: Islam & Family Planning

The rights of Muslim women to attain a high standard of sexual and reproductive health, make their own decisions regarding marriage, motherhood, contraception and sexuality free of coercion, discrimination and violence are encompassed by the basic principles of Shariah. Yet, Muslim women the world over lack the power to express views on sexual relations, child bearing, contraception and other areas of reproductive and sexual health. Muslim women must be able to claim control over these issues as they have a direct impact on the physical, emotional and psychological well being of women and consequently on the entire family.

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