But two short questions, Allama Parwez says :
«It is only the special conditions that are kept in view. When such conditions remain no more, the testimony of one man and one woman shall be considered equally trustworthy»
- So, was the purpose of Parwez not to say that it is not different whether two witnesses are female or male, because their testimony is equal' ?
- 2:282 only for credit, loan, debt and not for all financial matters, what is the philosophy of this command? I don't understand it.
But I cannot be convinced that two men can do things that two women cannot do and a woman always need a prerequisite man.
I think Fazlur Rahman (MAJOR THEMES OF THE QUR’ĀN) and Anwar Shamim (http://tolueislam.org/category/english-book-tolue-islam-trust/ms-shamim-anwar/) confirm that 2 women can be sufficient. I don't know, maybe I did not understand them properly.