The Rights & Duties of Women in Islam By Abdul Ghaffar Hasan
Author: Abdul Ghaffar Hasan
Size: 8.3 x 5.5 inch
Publication Year: 2004
About This Book:
Abdul Ghaffar Hasan's "The Rights and Duties of Women in Islam" is a definite and nuanced assessment of the freedoms and commitments doled out to ladies inside the setting of Islamic lessons. This edifying review goes about as a reference point, exposing fantasies and introducing an exhaustive handle of Islam's commended status and impartial treatment of ladies.
The Foundation of Women's Rights in Islam:
Abdul Ghaffar Hasan lays the foundation for ladies' freedoms by plunging into the major ideas hidden in Islamic lessons. This section lays out the establishment for the approaching examination of the different elements of ladies' cooperation in different domains of life.
Social, Economic, and Legal Rights:
The book covers the social, financial, and legitimate privileges that stood to ladies in Islam. Hasan gives a balanced point of view by clarifying Quranic texts and Hadiths that characterize ladies' privileges in marriage, legacy, training, and contribution to cultural occasions.
The Equality and Respect Spirit:
This part focuses on the equity and regard that Islam cultivates among people. Abdul Ghaffar Hasan enlightens the meaning of perceiving ladies as essential supporters of society, making a thorough handle of the upsides of equity and decency established in Islamic lessons.
Women's Duties and Responsibilities:
This section dives into the proportional idea of privileges and obligations. Hasan talks about ladies' liabilities inside the Islamic structure, featuring the advantageous connection between privileges and commitments. The section urges perusers to figure out Islam's decent and agreeable way of dealing with people.