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The Cohesive Nature of the Family (part 3 of 4): Mutual Rights of the Spouses

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The rights of both the husband and wide, and the complementary roles they play in bringing about a peaceful home.

  • By Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo (©‎ 2007 IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 12 Feb 2007
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The Cohesive Nature of the Family (part 4 of 4): Children and Relatives

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The rights of children upon their parents, and the emphasis Islam gives in maintaining good relations with other relatives.

  • By Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo (© 2007 IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 12 Feb 2007
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The Inclusiveness of Islam (part 2 of 3): A Religion for All Humanity

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An explanation of the reasons why obedience to a new prophet of God is always binding, and a look at the specific traits which make Islam a religion for all peoples and times.

  • By Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo (© 2007 IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 12 Feb 2007
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The Inclusiveness of Islam (part 3 of 3): A Guidance Complete and Sufficient Forever

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Practical examples of how the laws of Islam are suitable for all peoples, times and places.

  • By Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo (© 2007 IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 12 Feb 2007
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The Cohesive Nature of the Family (part 2 of 4): The Role of Husband and Wife

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The reasons and purpose of marriage, and the emphasis given on treating wives with kindness and ease, and how they help in maintaining harmony in the family.

  • By Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo (© 2007 IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 06 Feb 2007
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  • Last modified on 09 Oct 2019
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The Cohesive Nature of the Family (part 1 of 4): Introduction

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An introduction to how Islam ensures the cohesiveness of the institution of the family in Islam, with its first and foremost constituents, the parents.

  • By Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo (© 2007 IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 05 Feb 2007
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The Inclusiveness of Islam (part 1 of 3): The Finality of Prophethood

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The necessity of the finality of Prophethood, and the characteristics which must be found in the claim.  

  • By Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo (© 2007 IslamReligion.com)
  • Published on 05 Feb 2007
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  • Last modified on 04 Oct 2009
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