How to Protect Yourself From the Fitnah of Women By Shaykh Majdi
Author: Shaykh Majdi
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
Shaykh Majdi's "How to Protect Yourself From the Fitnah of Women" is a provocative and down-to-earth handbook that covers a delicate and pertinent issue of individuals directly inside the Islamic structure. In this sense, the expression "fitnah" alludes to the potential preliminaries and difficulties that experiences with individuals of the contrary orientation can give. This book gives clever and useful guidance on the most proficient method to keep up with unobtrusiveness, morals, and cutoff points in connections with ladies, underlining the need for an upstanding person and self-control.
Islamic Ethics and Modesty:
The book goes into Islamic lessons' moral guidelines for contact with the contrary orientation, supporting unobtrusiveness and goodness in connections.
Shaykh Majdi shows the idea of "fitnah" comparable to ladies and the potential hardships it can introduce, advancing mindfulness and poise.
The book gives pragmatic counsel and suggestions on how people could shield themselves from the risks of improper contact.
Honor and respect:
It stresses the need to regard and value ladies, as well as the significance of an upstanding person and moral way of behaving.
The book advances the development and upkeep of adequate limits in associations with individuals of the contrary orientation in familial, social, and expert settings.
Shaykh Majdi stresses the significance of self-control and moral obligation in supporting Islamic convictions and staying away from moral discussions.
Encouragement for Honest Behavior:
The book urges perusers to fabricate solid moral standards and to maintain the respect and distinction of all kinds of people.