A Survey on Domestic Violence in the Canadian Muslim Community
It is popularly claimed by the Western media that Islam sanctions dominant male behavior and domestic violence, whereas Muslim social activists claim the exact opposite. This study, part of a Masters thesis with the Islamic Online University, aims to understand whether visibly practicing Muslim men incline towards or against domestic violence through partner-reported data: real-life testimonials of Muslim wives. It also aims to identify what role an Imam play in case of domestic violence within his community and how they are responding to it.

Intended participant: Canadian Muslim married or previously married women, may or may not be victims of domestic violence.

This is an anonymous survey and it does not collect any personal information that can identify the participant. The information on this survey is strictly confidential and will be solely used for the purposes of this study. Your participation is voluntary. You may refuse to take part in the research or exit the survey at any time. Please note that some of the survey questions ask about domestic violence and may be distressing to you as you think about your experiences. If you have questions or concerns, please email nusrat.nowrin@iou-students.com.
Thank you for your contribution in helping understand abuser mentality, and raise awareness in the Canadian Muslim Community.

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