The Islamic Etiquettes of Using the Telephone By Shaykh Bakr Abu Zayd
Author: Shaykh Bakr Abu Zayd
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
Shaykh Bakr Abu Zayd's book "The Islamic Etiquettes of Using the Telephone" is an elegantly composed manual that covers the principles and customs that ought to be applied when involving a telephone in an Islamic setting. The writer of this book offers astute guidance on the most proficient method to protect ethically sound correspondence in advanced time while sticking to Islamic standards.
The book offers guidance on the most proficient method to utilize the telephone and participate in media transmission in a way that is reliable with Islamic standards by utilizing a principled Islamic methodology and drawing from the Quran, Hadith, and the lessons of Islamic researchers.
Ethics of Communication:
Shaykh Bakr Abu Zayd examines the morals of correspondence, focusing on the worth of benevolence, genuineness, and regard in all telephone discussions.
The book offers supportive direction on the most proficient method to involve the telephone for things like staying in contact with friends and family, carrying on with work, and seeking after schooling.
Privacy and Trust:
The creator examines worries about mystery, security, and trust during calls, focusing on the fact that regarding these values is essential.
The book recognizes the distinctions in specialized techniques and shows while considering the social and social complexities of using the telephone in different Muslim gatherings.
"The Islamic Behaviors of Utilizing the Phone" addresses a point that is pertinent to everybody today and gives exhortation that is helpful in our more connected society.
Althought the book's conversation of habits and correspondence morals is grounded on Islamic lessons, individuals of numerous social foundations can profit from its general materialness.