In breaking down the term Muslim women, and understand how we might view the interests of believing women, the following points might provide a clear account:
1. The operative word in the term Muslim women is the word ‘muslim’, one who aspires to be subservient to God in accordance with the creed of Abraham and the final amended Law as revealed to Abraham’s descendant, Muhammad. The next word ‘woman’ informs us that she is speaking from a point of the experiences of such subservience to God as influenced by factors specific to womanhood (whatever that might mean in the context). Generally, that’ll mean that the issues that most resonate with her are those to do with women, as well as those that are equally relevant to men and women (people often forget the second).