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Why are Muslim women not assigned primary duties for Witness or Testimony in Islam?

The witnessing or testimony requirements differ vastly under Islamic law compared to other laws. Although Witnessing is not only an Islamic term, it has a place in every faith and law of the world. Especially in legal terms, it has large implications, whether it is estate planning or other. The woman is not considered a primary witness, and that becomes a topic of discussion because many people, including Muslims, do not know the actual reasoning and wisdom behind them.

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