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by Ruqayyah Wa Maqsood

ePub Muslim Marriage Guide download
Author:
Ruqayyah Wa Maqsood
ISBN13:
978-1872038117
ISBN:
1872038115
Language:
Publisher:
Quilliam Press Ltd (December 12, 1995)
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Subcategory:
Relationships
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1342 kb
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4.9
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The book is written in general terms, how one should behave each other in Marriage with very minimal quotations from Islamic sources

Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). The book is written in general terms, how one should behave each other in Marriage with very minimal quotations from Islamic sources. Although Islam is very modern and respectfulness and equality among parters is built into religion and to read same things as what we read in any other modern relationship books did not suprized me. What I was expecting from the title of the book was to base these claims with sources and give samples of them.

Muslim Marriage Guide book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Islam teaches that marriage is half of religion.

The Muslim Marriage Guide book. Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood (Rosalyn Rushbrook/Kendrick) is the author of some forty books on Islam and other subjects

The Muslim Marriage Guide book. A highly prized book that meets the need for a guide for. Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood (Rosalyn Rushbrook/Kendrick) is the author of some forty books on Islam and other subjects. She gained her honours degree in Christian Theology at the University of Hull in 1963, and Post Graduate Teaching Certificate in 1964, with distinctions in theory and practice.

The Muslim Marriage Guide, Author: Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood, By: Amana Publications, ISBN-10: 091595799X . Ruqayyah Waris Maqsood, a leading British Muslim scholar, served as Head of Religious Studies at William Gee High School, Hull, England.

The Muslim Marriage Guide, Author: Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood, By: Amana Publications, ISBN-10: 091595799X, ISBN-13: 9780915957996, UPC: 9780915957996, Theme: Family & Marriage. She has written over seventeen books on various aspects of religion, a book of counseling for Muslim teenagers and a volume of poetry. Dimensions: (6" x 9" x ").

Maqsood, Ruqayyah Waris Maqsood (2000). The Muslim Marriage Guide. Al-nihayah: concise description of Islamic law and legal opinions. Beltsville, MD: amana publications. p. 86. ^ a b Maqsood, Ruqayyah Waris (2000). 87. ^ Maqsood, Ruqayyah Waris (2000). 99. ^ Hozien, Muhammad (2013). ISBN 978-1-904063-29-2.

The Muslim Marriage Guide – Ruqayyah Waris Maqsood Any couple will confirm that there is more to marriage than the rules and regulations, the rights and responsibilities. This book takes its view beyond the rules and discusses the realities of marriage and all the emotions it encompasses. Drawing on situations from her marriage, Ruqayyah Maqsood places marital life in a human, rather than legal, light

The Muslim marriage guide. by. Maqsood, Ruqaiyyah Waris.

The Muslim marriage guide. Ruqayyah Waris Maqsood. Marriage is such as important step in life that one Blessed Prophet spoke of marriage as being ‘half of religion. This book explains in details the key to a happy Marriage and what a good Muslim to make his marriage successful. Because marriage fulfils so many basic needs of individuals and of society, it is the cornerstone upon which the while Muslim life is built.

The Muslim Marriage Guide - Free download as Word Doc . oc), PDF . by Ruqayyah Waris Maqsood. oc), PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online for free. TABLE OF CONTENTS (press control to get Hyper. It is all too easy for Muslims to read book after book extolling the wonders and virtues of Islamic marriage when the briefest of glimpses into the actual, private state of affairs in some homes can be horrifying. Life amid the stresses of the modem world, particularly in our high-speed cities, places unprecedented strains on relationships.

This highly prized book fills the need for a guide for Muslim couples, married or planning marriage.The book draws on Islamic sources of the Qur'an and the Sunnah to discuss the main emotional,social and sexual problems that can afflict relationships, suggesting many ways in which these can be resolved.
  • The book is written in general terms, how one should behave each other in Marriage with very minimal quotations from Islamic sources. Although Islam is very modern and respectfulness and equality among parters is built into religion and to read same things as what we read in any other modern relationship books did not suprized me. What I was expecting from the title of the book was to base these claims with sources and give samples of them.
    But still this book is very helpfull for it is concise and for those who does not have patient and time to read the original books and other books in this field can benefit from it and see what Islam says about marriage.

  • Thank you for the swift delivery. This was exactly what I orderd for myself. no problems to report. This is truly a must read!

  • A book that is a pleasure to read. Can't wait to start!

  • Very good

  • After researching a while for a book to gift couple preparing for their marriage. I settled for this. And my clients love the book. I'm going to order more soon. Giving it four star because I haven't actually read it. I hope to read a copy soon.

  • The book is amazing and very educative.

  • I think every person who is getting married should read this book. It give a whole new meaning to marriage and what its really about!

  • The book should have been called _The Art of Islamic Lovemaking_! (since that is what most of it is about). Its unfortunate that the publishers came out with a "censored" version. It just goes to show how prudish many modern Muslims have become. Classical Islamic scholars examined the subject of sexuality quite thoroughly, and even wrote extensive treatises on it. They had lovemaking down to a science, and explored its legal, biological, emotional, psychological, cosmological, metaphyical, theological, and mystical dimensions. If you think I'm exaggerating, check the sources out for yourself. Such prominent figures as Imam Abu Hanifa, Suyuti, Rumi, Ghazali, Ibn al-Qayyim, and Ibn al-'Arabi probed into the various aspects of this timeless "art".
    Kudos to Ms.Maqsood for reviving a dying science!