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Before we find out about the function of Islam in organizing and protecting the family, we should first discover out what the scenario of the household used to be before Islam, and what it is in the West in modern-day instances

Before Islam, the family was supported pattern and oppression. All affairs were controlled solely by men or in different words, the males and ladies} and girls were burdened and humiliated. Example of that's that if a person died and left behind a better half, his son by another better half had the correct to marry her and management her life or to forestall her from obtaining married. Men were the sole ones World Health Organization may inherit; girls and kids had no share. They viewed girls, whether or not they were mothers, daughters or sisters, as a supply of shame, as a result of they may be taken as prisoners, so conveyance shame upon the family. Therefore a person would bury his babe female offspring alive, as is named within the religious text, wherever Supreme Being (SWT) says "And once the news of (the birth of) a feminine (child) is delivered to any of them, his face becomes dark, and he's crammed with inward grief!

The family in the broader sense, i.e., the tribe, was based totally on assisting one every other in all things, even in wrongdoing.

When Islam came, it did away with all that and mounted justice, giving every person his or her rights, even nursing infants, and even the miscarried fetus who was once to be revered and prayed for (i.e., given an ideal funeral).
When you study the families in the West today you will discover that households are disintegrating and the dad and mom cannot manipulate their children, whether or not intellectually or morally. The son has the right to go at any place he needs and do anything he wants; the daughter has the proper to sit with whoever she wants and sleep with whoever she wants, all in the identity of freedom and rights. And what is the result? Broken families, kids were born without any marriage, adultery etc.

The issue is that many non-Muslims the company of the household is destroyed. When Islam got here it paid a tremendous deal of attention to the establishment of sturdy households and defending them from things that could injure them, and maintaining family ties even as giving each member of the family a fundamental position in life.

Islam respects the women, whether as mothers, daughter or as a sister. It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (RA) said: A man came to the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) and said, "O Messenger of Allah, who among people is most deserving of my good company?" He said, "Your mother." He asked, "Then who?" He said, "Your mother." He asked, "Then who?" He said, "Your mother." He asked, "Then who?" He said, "Then your father." (Narrated by al-Bukhari, 5626; Muslim, 2548)

Islam honors women as daughters. It was narrated from Abu Sa'id al-Khudri that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: "Whoever has three daughters or three sisters, or two daughters or two sisters, and takes good care of them and fears Allah with regard to them, will enter Paradise."(Narrated by Ibn Sahih Ibn Hibban, 2/190)

And Islam honors women as wives. It was narrated that Aisha (RA) said: the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: "The best of you are those who are best to their wives, and I am the best of you to my wives."
Islam gave ladies their rights of inheritance and different rights. It gave women rights like those of guys in many spheres. The Prophet (PBUH) said: "Women are the twin halves of men."

Islam encourages guys to deal with their wives well, and gives girls the freedom to pick out their husbands; it gives women tons of the accountability for elevating the children. Islam paid a notable deal of interest to implanting the precept of admire for fathers and mothers, taking care of them and obeying their commands till death. Allah (SWT) mentions in the Quran “And your Lord has decreed that you do not worship except Him, and to parents, good treatment. Whether one or both of them reach old age [while] with you, say not to them [so much as], "uff," and do not repel them but speak to them a noble word.” [Quran 17:13]

Islam protects the honour, chastity, purity, and lineage of the family, so it encourages marriage and forbids the free mixing of men and women. Islam offers every household member an important role to play. So fathers and moms take care of the teenagers and give them an Islamic upbringing; youngsters are to pay attention and obey and admire the rights of fathers and mothers, on the groundwork of love and respect. Even our enemies have borne witness to the power of family ties amongst the Muslims.


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