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The Family Life of Islam

A sensible and well-balanced family system is the very foundation of a happy life. Indeed, it is the root of an advancing civilization. Religion comes to take human beings nearer to Allah. Therefore, it must create an atmosphere conducive to that ideal; otherwise, it cannot achieve its goal. No religion can be regarded as complete […]

  • Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi
  • World Organization for Islamic Services
  • 1980
The Family Life of Islam
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The Family Life of Islam
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    A sensible and well-balanced family system is the very foundation of a happy life. Indeed, it is the root of an advancing civilization. Religion comes to take human beings nearer to Allah. Therefore, it must create an atmosphere conducive to that ideal; otherwise, it cannot achieve its goal. No religion can be regarded as complete unless it has a well-defined code of family life which expressly shows the exact responsibility and role of each member of the family. The family is a closely-knit unit of human society; and this nearness creates eminent danger of friction and conflict unless every member is told in unambiguous terms what his duties and rights are.

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    • Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi
    • World Organization for Islamic Services
    • 1980
    • Revised
    • Tehran,Iran
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