The subject of women and their rights and related issues are among the topics that have been considered by modern thinkers and thinkers; Although the defense of women's rights dates back centuries, this issue is still new in cultural and social circles. Discussions about women's rights often revolve around equality with men at all individual and social levels, as well as their freedom from all social and individual constraints. Mohammad Baradeh (1987) is a Moroccan novelist who deals with the problems of his society in his novels. Among his important novels in this field is the novel Emreaat el-Nesian, which is the subject of the present study. The present study is based on a descriptive-analytical method on the subject of women and their rights in the novel. Some results state that the author has tried to express his miserable view of women in Moroccan society through the words of F. B offer; The woman loses her identity and suffers from inner suffering and unhappiness. The author depicts the conflict between contemporary and traditional women for the reader, as it depicts divorce and the pain of a divorced woman because divorce is scary for women and people consider divorce a title for prostitution in society. The separation of a woman from a man makes her a prostitute in society and the eyes of family members. Thus, the author defends women's rights and freedoms and criticizes homosexuality as well as the existence of injustice and violence in Moroccan patriarchal society.