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Islam, violence against women ostensibly supported by Islam's tenets, references to violence in the Qur'an, and acts of terrorism motivated and/or justified by Islam. Muslims, including clerics and leaders have used Islamic
Template:Criticism of Islam sidebar The relationship between Islam and domestic violence is disputed. These ideas are justified with reference to the Qur'an, especially An-Nisa, 34, which discusses forms of beating in certain
in Islam is largely described by the holy book (the Qur'an), the sayings of Mohammed (hadith), and the rulings of religious leaders' (fatwa) as being confined to marital relationships between men and women. While
from Christians, prior to the ninth century, many of whom viewed Islam as a radical Christian heresy. Later there appeared criticism from the Muslim world itself, and also from Jewish writers and from ecclesiastical Christians.
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feminist groups, argue that Muslim men use the text as an excuse for domestic violence. Muslim scholars cite sayings and traditions of Muhammad in relation to this verse. Further information: Namus and Women in Islam
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