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Category:Qasim Amin

العربية: قاسم محمد أمين ( 1 ديسمبر 1863 - 23 أبريل 1908). كاتب وأديب ومصلح اجتماعي مصري وأحد مؤسسسي الحركة الوطنية في مصر وجامعة القاهرة كما يعد رائد حركة تحرير المرأة.
English: Qasim Amin (1863–1908) was an Egyptian jurist and one of the founders of the Egyptian national movement and Cairo University. Born to an Upper Egyptian mother and an Ottoman-Turkish father. Amin is perhaps most noted as an early advocate of women's rights in Egyptian society. His 1899 book The Liberation of Women (Tahrir al mara’a) and its 1900 sequel The New Woman (al mara’a al jadida) examined the question of why Egypt had fallen under European power, despite centuries of Egyptian learning and civilisation, and concluded that the explanation was the low social and educational standing of Egyptian women.


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