This article explores the primitive ideas supporting the equality between men and women in Arab Society after the movement. The scientific advances in the West during the nineteenth century as well as their impact on the Arab world combined with the social conditions of Arab countries and their backwardness contributed to the increasing social demands of women. The impact of this new wave was primarily observed amongst the Arab intellectuals particularly the poets. While such ideas were being reflected in the literature, the opposing views based on tradition objected to the penetration of these ideas in the Islamic world.
One of the poets who introduced new ideas about Muslim women to Iraq society is Jamil Sedqi Zahavi. This article is trying to reveal the challenges facing his thoughts.