No, actually the Quran explicitly states that Muslim women have the same rights as men. Women have the right to vote. Women have a right to a prenuptial agreement - this is considered a contract and if this contract is not met by the man then consequences will be made.
A Muslima is allowed to have her husband help her in the home if need be. She is allowed her own money, and if she has her own money via work or her parents the husband doesn't have a right to touch it. A Muslima is given the hijab so that she is protected from those who are lustful. By covering, it gives the muslim, muslim woman liberation over those material and "looks" that occur in society today. She is then valued for her mind and her personality.