Polygamy Lawful Wives or Unlawful Girlfriends By Khashi Haqqi
Author: Khashi Haqqi
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2005
About This Book:
Khashi Haqqi's "Polygamy: Lawful Wives or Unlawful Girlfriends" is a thoughtful analysis of the often misunderstood practice of polygamy in Islam. This book goes into Islamic teachings on polygamy, dispelling myths and bringing to light the ethical and legal implications of having many marriages.
Islamic Perspective on Polygamy:
Khashi Haqqi dives into the Quranic passages and Hadiths that concern polygamy, offering readers a thorough understanding of the Islamic position on the practice. The book delves into the Islamic criteria and requirements for engaging in and maintaining multiple marriages.
Legal and Ethical Considerations:
The author discusses the legal and ethical components of polygamy, distinguishing between valid marriages and relationships that do not adhere to Islamic standards. Khashi Haqqi addresses frequent misconceptions and underlines the need to adhere to Islam's specified rights and responsibilities.
Cultural and Social Context:
Lawful Wives or Unlawful Girlfriends" discusses the practice in a cultural and social context, recognizing the range of perceptions and behaviors across different Muslim communities. The book urges readers to distinguish between cultural practices and legitimate Islamic teachings on polygamy.