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  1. Islam places a strong emphasis on the equality of all people before God in its primary doctrines. The Quran indicates that all people are created from a single soul (Adam and Eve) and are equal (Surah Al-Hujurat (49:13)). Discussions regarding gender equality within the faith are based on this core idea.
    Islam emphasizes the basic equality of all people, but it also recognizes that duties and obligations for men and women may differ. These distinctions are frequently interpreted as complementing one another rather than as being hierarchical. For instance, men are frequently thought of as the breadwinners in their families while women are thought of as homemakers. But it doesn’t mean that women can’t work or men can’t do house chores. The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) participated at home and Hazrat Khadija (R.A) ran her own business.