Family Life In Islam

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Whether it be your wife, husband, parent, child or
future prospective, these lectures will provide the basic, necessary
tools from the Quran and the Sunnah to enhance your inter-personal
relationships. Discover your own rights and the rights of others, as
well as other people’s personality types, which provides to a greater
understanding of how to deal with the person in the best possible way
to achieve your goal.

  • [1] – Idividual Rights
    human rights of a civilization, which are also the rights of family
    members, are discussed here, including the right to a good upbringing,
    the right to participate in the affairs of those in charge, the right
    to the freedom of expression and security of personal freedom

  • [2] – Idividual Rights Continued
    comprehensive Quranic outlook on human rights that are also found in
    family life including the right to a good upbringing and the right to
    the freedom of expression

  • [3] – Compatible Marriage
    is the beginning of a new family life and the spouse may either make
    heaven or hell for a person in this world. so find out how to choose
    the most compatible person for marriage by analyzing sixteen different
    personality types, whether you are choosing for yourself or for a loved

  • [4] – Womens Rights
    the West accuses Islam of denying Muslim women their rights but this
    lecture demonstrate that fact that Islam gave women their rights 1200
    years before Europe and the west even began to discuss women’s rights!
    The rights of husbands and wives is also discussed

  • [5] – Nature of Men and Women
    couple tries to avoid an argument, but somehow it always seems to take
    place; this lecture tries to solve this problem by highlighting the
    differences in the nature of men and women, the rights of parents and
    of how Prophet (pbuh) treated children are also discussed here

  • [6] – How to Raise Children
    lecture deals with practical ways of dealing with children starting
    from pregnancy and moving on to early childhood. It offers general
    principles of controlling children in the correct manner without
    harshness or leniency, which are all backed up from the Quran and Sunnah