Dating usa muslims affairs
In these regions, Kyrgyzstan is the only country where fewer than half (46%) support equal inheritance rights.In South Asia and Southeast Asia, opinion differs widely by country.In nearly all countries surveyed, a majority of Muslims say that a wife should always obey her husband.At the same time, there also is general agreement – at least outside sub-Saharan Africa – that a woman should have the right to decide for herself whether to wear a veil in public.
This view is especially prevalent in Southern and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Southeast Asia, including at least nine-in-ten Muslims in Bosnia-Herzegovina (92%), Kosovo (91%) and Turkey (90%).Russia is the one exception, with 69% of Muslims taking this view.Muslims in the countries surveyed are not united on whether women should have the right to terminate a marriage.Muslims in most countries surveyed say that a wife should always obey her husband.
In 20 of the 23 countries where the question was asked, at least half of Muslims believe a wife must obey her spouse.
More than half of Muslims in Indonesia (76%), Thailand (61%) and Pakistan (53%) support equal inheritance rights, but fewer than half do so in Bangladesh (46%), Malaysia (36%) and Afghanistan (30%).