Polygamy in Islam By Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips & Jameelah Jones
Author: Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips and Jameelah Jones
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
The book "Polygamy in Islam" by Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips and Jameelah Jones gives an exhaustive and impartial assessment of the act of polygamy in Islam. The reason for this book is to give perusers careful information on the Islamic setting, verifiable importance, and present significance of polygamy, which is a regularly misjudged and questionable point.
Polygamy, the act of a man having more than one spouse simultaneously, has ignited impressive discussion both inside and outside the Muslim people group. In this cooperative book, Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips and Jameelah Jones give a top-to-bottom assessment that reveals insight into the standards, rules, and cultural repercussions of polygamy in Islam.
The following are some of the highlights of "Polygamy in Islam":
The book gives a total examination of polygamy according to an Islamic viewpoint, drawing on Quranic sacred texts and Prophet Muhammad's idioms to represent its establishments.
The creators give a historical context, making sense of why polygamy was worked on during the Prophet's time and in the early Islamic people group.
"Polygamy in Islam" looks at the cutting-edge meaning of polygamy and how it tends to be rehearsed mindfully in the advanced world.
Legal and Ethical basis:
The book covers the lawful and moral reason for polygamy, tending to every one of the gatherings' freedoms and commitments.
Social and Cultural Aspects:
It examines the cultural and social consequences of polygamy, as well as the way things are seen and drilled in different Muslim-larger part countries.