WOMEN'S HERMENEUTIC STUDY AUTHORITIVE
(Fiqh Perspective An Overview of the Thoughts of Khaled Abou El Fadl, and Amina Wadud)
Islam is a religion that upholds the dignity and dignity of every person without distinguishing gender, both men and women. Inequality of social roles based on gender (gender inequality) is considered as divine creation, everything comes from God. In contrast to the perceptions of feminists who consider inequality solely as a social construction. The imbalance of social roles based on gender is still maintained under the pretext of religious doctrine. Religion is involved in preserving conditions where women do not consider themselves to be equal to men. It is not impossible that behind this theological 'awareness' there is anthropological manipulation aimed at establishing a patriarchal structure, which generally harms women and only benefits certain classes in society. As a result of understanding the texts of the Word of God and the prophets' hadiths that are not precise and are classical in nature, they are unable to answer the dynamics of the times and tend to bring about social inequality. Based on the shift in the paradigm, Khaleed Abou El Fadl and Amina Wadud tried to change the understanding that had strayed far from the Al-Qur'an award for women.
Keyword : Hermeneutic, Women, Fiqh, Khaleed Abou El Fadl, Amina Wadud