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The Prophet Muhammad As A Husband

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The Prophet Muhammad As A Husband

by , The Prophet Muhammad As A Husband Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Prophet Muhammad As A Husband books, All of us wonder about the way the Messenger (PBUH) was with his wives. How he dealt with them? How he treated them equally? How was the Prophet Treating his Wives? What was the Prophet’s way in treating his wives? How could he treat them equally? The Prophet (PBUH) accomplished the happiness to every one of them; that is because he knew how to deal with women and he penetrated deeply into her sensitive soul and went on apostrophizing her with the warmth of passion and assisted her to work for her religion and her life. And what about his wives-the Mothers of all believers -? If we searched to know about their lives, we will find that most of the books describe the Prophet’s wives with a common quality; fasting a lot and spending their nights praying.



The Beloved Muhammad As A Husband

The Beloved Muhammad As A Husband PDF
Author: Ferhante Nabil
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Release: 2021-02-23
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The Beloved Muhammad As A Husband

by Ferhante Nabil, The Beloved Muhammad As A Husband Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Beloved Muhammad As A Husband books, Have you ever wondered how our beloved Prophet Muhammadﷺ treated his wives? How he talked to them? Or how he managed to maintain healthy relationships with them? What was the Prophet's way in treating his wives? How could he treat them equally? Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) dealt justly with his wives, loved them, fondled them, and was patient and loyal with them. His actions sprang from a feeling of responsibility and because Allah the Almighty has created him righteous and equitable by nature. This book explain how the prophet treated his wife, and how should muslim men follow his steps and learn from him. The book is for muslims and also for non muslim who are curious to know more about Islam



The Beloved Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him As A Husband

The Beloved MUHAMMAD Peace be Upon Him As a Husband PDF
Author: Nabyl Ferhane
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Release: 2020-06-14
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The Beloved Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him As A Husband

by Nabyl Ferhane, The Beloved Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him As A Husband Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Beloved Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him As A Husband books, This book show how the Prophet Muhammad treated his wives with special care during those days and showed more love and attention to them. ... Allah says in the Holy Qur'an that the Holy Prophet Muhammad is a role model for all Muslims to follow as he shows through his conduct the true meaning of the word of God Its a good book for new muslim or people who are interessting to know more about ISLAM and THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD peace be upon him



Untold

Untold PDF
Author: Tamam Kahn
Publisher: Monkfish Book Publishing
Release: 2013-04-02
ISBN: 1939681057
Size: 13.62 MB
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Category : Religion
Languages : un
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Untold

by Tamam Kahn, Untold Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Untold books, "Finally, we get to meet the first women of Islam. Thank you for this brave book." –Coleman Barks, author of Essential Rumi, and other books on the great Persian Language poet "Brilliant and illuminating . . . awesome in the depth of its research, the grace of its prose, and the beauty of its poetic voices." Alicia Ostriker, author, poet, and Professor Emerita of English at Rutgers University "Poet, historian and mystic, Tamam Kahn captures the voices and hearts of women you will never forget. I would gladly sit at these women's feet night after night to hear their stories. " -Elizabeth Cunningham, author of The Maeve Chronicles Untold demystifies the most influential women at the dawn of Islam: Prophet Muhammad's wives. They are presented in all their variety, among them, Khadija, a successful merchant and his only wife for twenty-five years; Umm Salama, who helped forge an important peace treaty; Rayhana and Safiyya, two Jewish captives; and there are others. This unusual book combines short biographies with meticulous research. The reader enters seventh century Arab culture and the first moments of what came to be a new religion. This book is powerful women's storytelling.



The All Pakistan Legal Decisions

The All Pakistan Legal Decisions PDF
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Release: 1968
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Category : Law reports, digests, etc
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The All Pakistan Legal Decisions

by , The All Pakistan Legal Decisions Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The All Pakistan Legal Decisions books, "Containing cases decided by the Federal Court, Privy Council, High Courts of Dacca, Lahore and Baghdad-ul-Jadid, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Court of Sind, Judicial Commissioner's Courts--Baluchistan and Peshawar, and revenue decisions Punjab" (varies).



Marvelous Stories From The Life Of Muhammad

Marvelous Stories from the Life of Muhammad PDF
Author: Mardijah Aldrich Tarantino
Publisher: Kube Publishing Ltd
Release: 2012-10-16
ISBN: 0860375064
Size: 38.82 MB
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Category : Juvenile Fiction
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Marvelous Stories From The Life Of Muhammad

by Mardijah Aldrich Tarantino, Marvelous Stories From The Life Of Muhammad Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Marvelous Stories From The Life Of Muhammad books, This book is a collection of eighteen lively, well-loved stories from the life of the Prophet Muhammad. They highlight the main stations of his life—from orphaned child to Prophet of God and beloved leader of all Muslims. The book includes twenty-three charming illustrations that offer a glimpse of the world in which the stories are set. Mardijah Aldrich Tarantino is of American and French heritage. She has traveled widely and enjoys painting, languages, and writing for children. She lives in Cathedral City, California.



Position Of Women In Islam The

Position of Women in Islam  The PDF
Author: Syed Mohammed Ali
Publisher: SUNY Press
Release: 2004-08-01
ISBN: 0791485048
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Category : Religion
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Position Of Women In Islam The

by Syed Mohammed Ali, Position Of Women In Islam The Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Position Of Women In Islam The books, Argues that Islamic law does not accord a lesser status to women and elaborates Muslim women's rights in a variety of areas. Challenging the conservative framers of Islamic law who accorded a lesser status to women, Mohammad Ali Syed argues that the Quran and the Hadith—the two primary sources of Islamic law—actually place Muslim women on the same level as Muslim men. Syed provides an overview of both sources and explores their respective roles in Islamic law, emphasizing the Quran's role as the supreme authority and questioning the authenticity of some of the alleged sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). From these texts, he elaborates women's rights in a variety of areas, including treatment by God; marriage, divorce, financial provisions, and custody of children; coming out of seclusion (purdah), and taking part in social, economic, legal, and political activities. Rather than presenting what is practiced today, the book covers the theoretical position of Muslim women as sanctioned by the Quran and the authentic Hadith and offers a glimpse of the exalted position of honor and dignity enjoyed by Muslim women in the early days of Islam. This well-researched book is made more distinctive by the author's personal experience. Raised in Bengal, India, Syed was inspired by his family, who valued men and women equally. As he grew up, Syed realized that most Muslim women lived very differently than the women of his family. According to the author, his family was egalitarian because his father and male relatives were not only devout Muslims but also very knowledgeable about Islam. This book is a culmination of his lifelong concern for women's rights under Islam. "The topic is certainly important for Muslims, and for anyone interested in comprehending the issues that are debated among contemporary Muslims. Mohammad Ali Syed handles these complex issues with clarity." — Sheila McDonough, coeditor of The Muslim Veil in North America: Issues and Debates



The Encyclopaedia Of Islam

The Encyclopaedia of Islam PDF
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Release: 1970
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Size: 50.17 MB
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Category : Islam
Languages : en
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The Child In Islam

The Child in Islam PDF
Author: Norma Tarazi
Publisher: American Trust Publications
Release: 1995
ISBN: 0892591587
Size: 16.35 MB
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Category : Religion
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The Child In Islam

by Norma Tarazi, The Child In Islam Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Child In Islam books, This book is a mothers’ book—not that it can’t be read by fathers as well—the outgrowth of a mothers’ study group which met in Kuwait before the Gulf War, focused on rearing children in an Islamic way. The mothers were mostly American and British converts to Islam, although in cosmopolitan Kuwaitthere were women from many other backgrounds. The group was an offshoot of meetings for English-speaking Muslim women, held weekly in the home of Sister Zainab Ashry in Kuwait for more than ten years prior to the Gulf War. From their knowledge of Islam, the women involved wanted to study the implications of their faith on their child-rearing practices. The first step was to collect information—any Qur’anic verse or hadith—that a participant found relevant. Other information was collected from such knowledgeable people and books as were available. Monthly discussions were organized on different topics. Since the war, some of the participating sisters have returned to Kuwait, but many of our group are now scattered all over the world. All the notes and papers collected by the study group were in my home in Kuwait when the invasion occurred; fortunately my husband was able to salvage them and bringthem here to our new home in the States. I felt an obligation to compile this collected information to share with other Muslims, especially converts like myself. My deepest thanks must go to my husband, whose support and cooperation gave me the means to carry out this task. This book begins with the birth of a child to Muslim parents, and the traditional Islamic response to the birth, following the example of Prophet Muhammad (S). Very few specific actions are defined, and these mostly relate to practices at the time of birth. All of these fall into the category of sunnah (following the Prophet’s example or what he approved of in others), and though highly recommended, they are not fard (obligatory) actions. Aside from these few simple practices carried out when a baby comes into the world, Islam has no ceremonies devoted exclusively to children—no first communion, no coming-of-age celebrations. Children are not segregated into a special world separate from that of adults; they are members of families in the great, embracing cycle of human life. The family supports them when they are young; they support the family in their productive years, and in old age they are again supported by the family. They grow and develop gradually in a system that encourages growth and learning, but places little emphasis on milestones and anniversaries. A large portion of this book is given to defining relationships from the Qur’an and hadith. To understand the significance of the child in Muslim society, it is necessary to recognize the total number and value of his or her relationships within it, which are different from the relationships defined by other societies. Chapter 1 includes some of the traditions of the Prophet Muhammad that apply to the newborn. Chapter 2 describes the nature of the child’s relationship with Allah and the spiritual world, with some suggestions for encouraging spiritual awareness. Chapter 3 contains Qur’anic verses and ahadith relevant to the child’s relationship with his or her parents. In light of these definitions, and with reference to the Islamic teachings concerning morals, manners, and the purpose of life, an attempt is made in chapters 4, 5, and 6 to present an organized structure dealing with the practical how-to of rearing a child in an Islamic way, from a parent’s viewpoint. Chapters Introduction ix 7 and 8 progressively broaden out the child’s world by adding brothers and sisters, extended family, and community relationships. The practical suggestions for improving relationships among adult family members, in order to pave the way for improving the child’s relations with his or her extended family, are an important aspect of chapter 8. The only relationship which really changes for the child as he or she grows up is that of accountability to Allah, since no child is accountable for his or her actions before reaching the age of understanding. All other relationships develop and deepen as the child grows but remain basically the same, for the general commands to honor parents, show respect to elders, be gentle with younger ones, and honor family ties continue for a Muslim throughout his or her life. I pray to Allah that this book may bring only good to mothers and their children, and that He protect them from any mistakes or misunderstandings. I have done my best to prepare the material contained within it in a suitable manner and hope to see other literature published on this important subject, expanding and enriching it. While I alone am responsible for the contents, I am deeply indebted to the many sisters who helped collect references and discussed the practical implications of our findings. I have no list to prompt me and consequently may have unwittingly forgotten some names, but I well remember Terry, Lianna, Salma, Noura, Mia, Khadijah, Sandra, Hicleir, Debbie, Sara, Maryam, Aneesah, Dianne, Karen, Kauthar and Nawal from Kuwait, all of us working together on this project. My friend Daaiyah Saleem in Ohio has also been very helpful, offering many suggestions for improvement and clarification as she aided in proofreading. My sister-in-law Ghada, of course, has helped along the way. In the course of preparing this book for publication, sister Zeba Siddiqui was chosen by the publisher to edit the text. I have known Zeba, a mother of four and a grandmother, and author of several excellent childrens’ books as well as the THE CHILD IN ISLAM Parent’s Manual: A Guide for Muslim Parents Living in North America, for several years. When I heard she had taken on this task, I asked her to add anything she felt was missing, from her years of experience and knowledge of the subject. She has supplied all of the hadith reference numbers in the text, in itself an enormous task. In addition to editing, she has filled out and amplified several topics, checking and adding material where needed. The sections on the Hereafter, tahara, respect for religion, and hospitality are prepared and written by her. It was only fair therefore that her name should appear on the title page of this book in recognition of her valuable contribution. I am deeply grateful to her for her help and input. I also need to thank my children, who suffered through my learning experience and projects for self-improvement in parenting skills, and my mother, whose life-long interest in the growth and development of children helped me understand the importance of the matter and the need for a book such as this. A final note, to the book’s non-Muslim readers: I have chosen to use the word Allah throughout the book instead of the word God. The words are interchangeable in English for Muslims, but all of the women involved in this project have the habit, indeed, they have the love of referring to God, the God of Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad, by His Arabic name, Allah.



The Rights Of Women In Islam

The Rights of Women in Islam PDF
Author: Asgharali Engineer
Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd
Release: 2008
ISBN: 9788120739338
Size: 34.83 MB
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Category : Muslim women
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Pages : 241
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by Asgharali Engineer, The Rights Of Women In Islam Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Rights Of Women In Islam books, Women's issues continue to dominate the Islamic world in particular, as there has been a very gradual change in the status of women in the Islamic world as a whole. This book covers various aspects relating to the status of women in the pre-Islamic period -- customs and -traditions, forms of marriage, divorce and forms of divorce, dower, traditions regarding slave-girls, and so on. It then goes on to deal with the status of women in the post-Islamic period -- the Qur'anic concept of women's rights in marriage, divorce, inheritance, custody of children, polygamy, maintenance, property, right to earn, etc. It quotes extensively from the Qur'an and Sunnah. It also deals with the Arab adaat, that is, pre-Islamic customs and traditions regarding women. Altogether, it attempts to arm Muslim women with Islamic arguments for their empowerment. The author, a renowned scholar, has sought to set the record straight by reinterpreting women's rights in the true Qur'anic spirit. He argues quite convincingly that the Holy Book gives equal rights to both the sexes, and it does not discriminate between them as regards personal, democratic and human rights. The question whether in a secular society Muslim personal law needs any change, and, if so, in which direction the reform should be undertaken is dealt with in detail. This third edition contains a chapter: 'On a Muslim Woman Leading the Congregational Prayer'. This chapter deals with the important aspect of Muslim women's problems and also hopes to further enhance their understanding of the Shari'ah issues.