Now I'm 100% "feminist" in the sense that I believe that all women should have absolutely equal civil, moral and political rights. I roll my eyes sometimes at some things that some Western feminists write, but hey, equal rights include the right to be equally dumb from time to time (and we men have not always set the highest bar here). In any event, the push-back against Western feminism appears to come mostly from people intent on keeping women in a second-class status, if not actually barefoot and pregnant.
But the whole idea of trying to somehow integrate Islam with feminism simply boggles my mind. Mohammed wasn't just some guy, he was the:
One perfect human [who] had such control, to enact such drastic change, [that] we must realize that if there was anything left for him to enact, it would have been... the Prophet and the Quranic message did not make moral compromises of any sort. What Islam allowed at that time must be considered, for those that love the Prophet (صلي الله عليه و سلم), to be allowed today. What Islam forbade at that time, must be considered to be forbidden today.Religion is very flexible, but there are some limits. If you don't somehow acknowledge the divinity of Jesus Christ, you just can't be a Christian. And I just don't see how you can, in good faith, call yourself a Muslim if you don't accept the moral authority of Mohammed's life. And you can't get any sort of equal rights for women from the personal morality of an ehebephilic slave-raping polygamist.
If someone wants to be slave, I'm not going to force them into freedom. But while I might pity them, I'll never have a shred of respect for them.
 This bum is barefoot by choice, not by any compulsion or oppression.