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The Ideal Muslimah is proud of the great position that Islam has given her among humanity. She performs her duties knowing that her role is clearly defined and that her rights are still, even today, greater than what any other ideology has provided. She is a woman of moral excellence, true to her nature, not confused by alien and morally bankrupt ideas. She preserves her s The Ideal Muslimah is proud of the great position that Islam has given her among humanity. She performs her duties knowing that her role is clearly defined and that her rights are still, even today, greater than what any other ideology has provided. She is a woman of moral excellence, true to her nature, not confused by alien and morally bankrupt ideas. She preserves her self-respect and dignity through her piety in obedience to Allah (swta) and his Messenger (pbuh). She is the role model that every true believer hopes to emulate.


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The Ideal Muslimah is proud of the great position that Islam has given her among humanity. She performs her duties knowing that her role is clearly defined and that her rights are still, even today, greater than what any other ideology has provided. She is a woman of moral excellence, true to her nature, not confused by alien and morally bankrupt ideas. She preserves her s The Ideal Muslimah is proud of the great position that Islam has given her among humanity. She performs her duties knowing that her role is clearly defined and that her rights are still, even today, greater than what any other ideology has provided. She is a woman of moral excellence, true to her nature, not confused by alien and morally bankrupt ideas. She preserves her self-respect and dignity through her piety in obedience to Allah (swta) and his Messenger (pbuh). She is the role model that every true believer hopes to emulate.

30 review for The Ideal Muslimah: The True Islamic Personality of the Muslim Woman as Defined in the Qur’an and Sunnah

  1. 4 out of 5

    June

    This was one of the first books I read after reverting to Islam in 2003 and I still love it today. It's a beautiful and inspirational guide for any Muslim woman... This was one of the first books I read after reverting to Islam in 2003 and I still love it today. It's a beautiful and inspirational guide for any Muslim woman...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Yumna

    I would say this book is definitely a keeper. It's translated to be an easy read for Muslimahs striving to better themselves. It covers all aspects of a woman's life, beginning with her relationship with the Lord, and moving on the family, neighbors, and society at large. The author uses beautiful verses from the Quran and hadiths to support a point. At times, I found the explanations to be repetitive, especially when it was common sense. Perhaps the repetitiveness was to reiterate how easy it i I would say this book is definitely a keeper. It's translated to be an easy read for Muslimahs striving to better themselves. It covers all aspects of a woman's life, beginning with her relationship with the Lord, and moving on the family, neighbors, and society at large. The author uses beautiful verses from the Quran and hadiths to support a point. At times, I found the explanations to be repetitive, especially when it was common sense. Perhaps the repetitiveness was to reiterate how easy it is to be a good Muslimah and to put greater emphasis on what is an 'Ideal Muslimah.' Overall, there were more positives than negatives; I learned much and have much to practice on.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nadinastiti

    When I first saw this book on my friend's bookshelf, I immediately know that I want to own all the series (The Ideal Muslim, The Ideal Muslimah, and The Ideal Muslim Society). Unfortunately, it is nowhere to be found in Indonesia and even not in Book Depository and the only way to get it online I have to pay a very expensive shipping cost. So I use the jasa titip aka personal shopper service in an app I've developed with my previous office, Prelo (who knew I would very grateful to develop it!) a When I first saw this book on my friend's bookshelf, I immediately know that I want to own all the series (The Ideal Muslim, The Ideal Muslimah, and The Ideal Muslim Society). Unfortunately, it is nowhere to be found in Indonesia and even not in Book Depository and the only way to get it online I have to pay a very expensive shipping cost. So I use the jasa titip aka personal shopper service in an app I've developed with my previous office, Prelo (who knew I would very grateful to develop it!) and I asked an Indonesian traveler who will do his Umra that time to Saudi Arabia and the two books (The Ideal Muslim and Muslimah) arrived safely, with cheaper price. I haven't bought The Ideal Muslim Society one because it would be very expensive haha. — After reading both of them (so my review will cover both sides), here are the reviews: Comprehensive Both books cover how Muslim should behave according to Islam, divided into ten chapters: to our Lord, our selves, our parents, our spouses, our children, our children-in-law, our relatives, our neighbours, our friends and brothers/sisters in Islam, and our community or society. The “to our children-in-law” part is on the newer and revised editions, so maybe you won’t find it in every copy. Every chapters divided to smaller sections, such as “The believing woman is alert”, “She (Muslim woman) regularly prays five times a day”, in the chapter “The Muslim Woman and Her Lord”. There are parts that every Muslim should have known, such as worship Allah, regularly prays five times a day, pays zakah, fasts in Ramadan (and another nafl fasts), Hajj, and so on. There are also parts that I was surprised to find, such as how Muslims should mind their mind, body, and soul, because in my social media feed, all those Muslim accounts mostly discuss about soul (power of ikhlas, etc), marriage (the most popular topic), etc. They rarely talk about mind and body. This book emphasise the importance of taking care of your body, cleanliness, and good appearance (within the Islamic rule). The book also talks about how we should never stop studying, both the deen or the “secular” knowledge that will benefit society. Full of stories One thing I never expect from the books are the stories. Other than Quran verses and popular hadiths, there are also many stories that support the topic discussed that actually interesting and surprising in a way. One of the stories I want people to read is this one, that is in the section “She (Muslim woman) may attend the jama’ah prayer in the mosque”. Wa’il al-Kindi reported that a woman was assaulted by a man in the darkness of the early morning, whilst she was on her way to the mosque. She shouted to a passer-by for help, then a large group of people came by, and she called to them for help. They seized the man to whom she had first called for help, and her attacker ran away. They brought the (innocent) man to her, and he said, “I am the one who answered you call for help; the other man got away.” They brought him to the Messenger of Allah and told him that this man had assaulted the woman, and they had seized him whilst he was running away. The man said, “I was the one who answered her call for help against her attacker, but these people seized me and brought me here.” The woman said, “He is lying; he is the one who attacked me.” The Messenger of Allah said: “Take him away and stone him.” Then a man stood up and said, “Do not stone him, stone me, for I am the one who did it.” Now the Messenger of Allah had three people before him: the one who had assaulted the woman, the one who had answered her cries for help and the woman herself. He told the attacker, “As for you, Allah has forgiven you,” and he spoke kind words to the one who had helped the woman. ‘Umar said, “Stone the one who has admitted to the crime of adultery.” The Messenger of Allah said: “No, for he has repented to Allah” —I think he said, “with an act of repentance so great that if the people of Madinah were to repent in this way, it would be accepted from them.” Seems relevant to current issues, right? Where women are heard and not questioned “why are you in the darkness? what clothes are you wearing? etc etc”. There are many more interesting stories here for many different topics, but you should read it yourself. Also, what’s with the writing of hadith that requires everything to be in one paragraph?? It’s confusing. Difference between Muslim and Muslimah While I agree that men and women have different physical condition, needs, obligations, and rights, I can’t help but notice the difference between the two books in the the chapter about spouses. I read The Ideal Muslim in English Edition 4 (2005) and The Ideal Muslimah in English Edition 6 (2005). While the other chapters relatively balanced, this one chapter is unfortunately not. I really like the part of “She (Muslim woman) chooses a good husband”, which emphasises the right of woman to choose a man for whom her heart may be filled with love and respect, and who is pleasing to her both in his appearance and in his conduct (I am tired of those posts that implies chemistry aren’t important in choosing future spouse, because what’s important is religion and character, as if holistic view is not important). However, noticing “The Muslim Man and His Wife” has 9 sections spread in 23 pages, while “The Muslim Woman and Her Husband” is in 59 pages divided into 19 sections such as “She (Muslim woman) fills her husband’s heart with joy”, “She shares his joys and sorrow” (and there is no male counterpart) made me upset a bit. It is as if wife has sooo many responsibilities in making her husband happy, while the husband only has to “understand his wife and respect her feelings”, as if they don’t have to share her joys and sorrows. I really hope it is revised in later editions because it seems so unbalanced. Western obsession The book made many references to “corrupted western values” that corrupts many Muslims nowadays. Some of them are right, but the author referenced it so many times it almost funny and made me laugh and think “Is he obsessed with Western people?”. I mean, not every so-called Western values are bad, right? I admire their independence, hard-working, and appreciation of individuality. The author wrote it in a way that if you are an alien from another planet, you’ll think Western values are complete evil. However, if someone from the Western world made a praise about Islam, he will referenced it immediately. That’s why I said it’s almost funny. — That being said, with its plus and minus, the books are something Muslims should read. I suggest people to read both because I think the author put too much attention to The Ideal Muslimah. I really hope there is another edition that is written by female scholars to make it balanced.

  4. 4 out of 5

    International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH)

    In defining what an ideal Muslimah's character would look like, there are a few key attributes which separate her from the average woman. The Qur'an also defines specific characteristics that distinguish her from her male counterpart in the way that she worships her Lord and she lives her life. Entailed in this book are verses from the Qur’an and examples from Prophet Muhammad (blessing and peace of Allah be upon him) to help guide the Muslim woman towards the righteous path of Allah. This book In defining what an ideal Muslimah's character would look like, there are a few key attributes which separate her from the average woman. The Qur'an also defines specific characteristics that distinguish her from her male counterpart in the way that she worships her Lord and she lives her life. Entailed in this book are verses from the Qur’an and examples from Prophet Muhammad (blessing and peace of Allah be upon him) to help guide the Muslim woman towards the righteous path of Allah. This book is truly a precious gift to give your sister, daughter, wife or friend.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Edlira Dibrani

    This book perfectly shows that us, muslim women, are not oppressed as society and media suppose we are. Islam has raised our status so high that when we are children we open a door of Jannah(Paradise) for our parents, when we get married we complete our husband's Deen(Faith), and when we become mothers Jannah is at our feet. This book taught me a lot of valuable lessons how to improve myself, my behaviour and to become a better person. This book perfectly shows that us, muslim women, are not oppressed as society and media suppose we are. Islam has raised our status so high that when we are children we open a door of Jannah(Paradise) for our parents, when we get married we complete our husband's Deen(Faith), and when we become mothers Jannah is at our feet. This book taught me a lot of valuable lessons how to improve myself, my behaviour and to become a better person.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Aisha

    This is a pretty good book! I got the general idea of what it is to be an "Ideal Muslimah" Although i am 100% sure that no Muslim women infact no human being can be perfect. But they can be "people perfect" and that is a whole other discussion! This is a pretty good book! I got the general idea of what it is to be an "Ideal Muslimah" Although i am 100% sure that no Muslim women infact no human being can be perfect. But they can be "people perfect" and that is a whole other discussion!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Marissa Aliah zainal

    This book really helps me understands the reasons behind the do's and don't's in Islam especially regarding women and embrace it. It kept me company during 'that time of the month' since I can't read the quran. Love it! This book really helps me understands the reasons behind the do's and don't's in Islam especially regarding women and embrace it. It kept me company during 'that time of the month' since I can't read the quran. Love it!

  8. 4 out of 5

    кай жук

    If women are the main residents of hell, this book will explain why. Women are practically required to do everything and anything for everyone in their life, except financially support themselves. Oh, what a burden to have a job, thanks but I like having my own money and not relying on anyone! Women are required to be the slaves of their husbands, their parents, their husbands parents, their children. If their kid grows up to be a brat, it's because the mom is a brat! If your husband cheats on y If women are the main residents of hell, this book will explain why. Women are practically required to do everything and anything for everyone in their life, except financially support themselves. Oh, what a burden to have a job, thanks but I like having my own money and not relying on anyone! Women are required to be the slaves of their husbands, their parents, their husbands parents, their children. If their kid grows up to be a brat, it's because the mom is a brat! If your husband cheats on you, it is because you did not beautify yourself enough or take care of him as you should. If a man sees you and does something haram, it's your fault for being TOO beautiful! No one takes on the responsibility of the Ummah's sins like a woman does. While a husband is above a woman, it is the husbands mother who is above him, so ladies - don't move in with your in-laws. Also I absolutely detest the idea that all children are born Muslims but their parents "corrupt" them into non-Muslims. Yes, I really bet that if you left a child to their own devices they'd suddenly believe in 1 god, pray 5 salat a day, fast for Ramadan and make pilgrimage to mecca not to mention recite the Shahada in arabic.... Also there is a lot of unnecessary criticism of western culture, cause if you can't defend yourself you might as well as take the limelight off. Anyway, why then do Arabs flock to western societies if we're so detestable? Personally I can't stand opinionated pieces, but what can I expect... "Keeping dogs in the house after the Western fashion, spoiling them, manufacturing special food and shampoo for them, setting up "beauty parlours" for them and all the other things on which people in the West and the U.S. spend millions upon millions of dollars annually. . . All of this has nothing whatsoever to do with Islam and its tolerant customs. The psychological state of Westerners, and the dry, materialistic life they lead, had driven them to these extremes in caring for their dogs, to compensate for the lack of human love in their social lives. But the social life of Islam is filled with human emotion, so Muslims have no need to go to such absurd extremes." This is a small example of some of the absurdity in this book. Essentially an Ideal Muslimah is a woman who is quiet and reserved, shy, friendly and likable, gentle and sensitive, humble and modest, feminine, lighthearted, obedient, who constantly works to maintain her beauty (but only shares her beauty with her immediate family), constantly serves others (husband, children, family, neighbors, then friends and community). Her home is always open to unwelcomed guests. She is perfect in her words and her manners. She avoids seeking fame or recognition. She tolerates every injustice against her, is unyielding patient with those she serves. She makes herself available to her husband to every degree in trying to fulfill his wishes and desires. She is cheerful and optimistic. She doesn't spend her husbands money on herself, or even her own, and prefers to give it to charity (and giving her money to her husband or children is the best charity). She is never jealous, envious, arrogant, prideful, argumentative, or selfish. She doesn't gossip, or spy on the business of others or seek out their faults. She doesn't talk too much. She doesn't raise her voice, or speak ill words. She never angers. "The Muslim woman who understands the teachings of Islam should be very serious in her attitude, concentrating on noble aims and shunning frivolities. But this should not stop her from having fun occasionally, in ways that are permitted by Islam" Oh gosh! "The true Muslim woman prefers hunger to ignoring the rights of this guest" She's practically saintly! Too bad there wasn't a chapter on dealing with co-wives, that would have been more entertaining. One note on some strange happenings. A woman goes to hell after being a good devout Muslim because she has "a sharp tongue" and a prostitute goes to heaven because she gave water to a dog once? Seems to me that God's ways are so mysterious as to not really matter, you may or may not get on his good side, and you can't possibly hope to know that before destiny is fulfilled. Anyway, it's not the worst thing I've ever read because at least it has substance and does have a rather nice chapter reminding the Ummah of all the women who made jihad along side Muhammad.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Emily Iliani

    Although the work is comprehensive and detail, to a point of being redundant and repetitive, my biggest issues with the work are: (1) the narrations quoted focused still on the male sahabah, (2) there is nothing new or overwhelmingly uplifting - perhaps because of the flat tone and prose adopted, (3) admitted that the author quoted as much as possible but there were still narrations without quotation, rendering the narrations questionable unless otherwise verified, (4) the author falls into a cl Although the work is comprehensive and detail, to a point of being redundant and repetitive, my biggest issues with the work are: (1) the narrations quoted focused still on the male sahabah, (2) there is nothing new or overwhelmingly uplifting - perhaps because of the flat tone and prose adopted, (3) admitted that the author quoted as much as possible but there were still narrations without quotation, rendering the narrations questionable unless otherwise verified, (4) the author falls into a clear mistake when he presented women should work only in field suitable to the nature, and by so he means staying-at-home moms, this underlines my biggest issue with the work. 1) The premise conflicts with what the author presented at the beginning of the work: that women were major contributors to the religion 2) women actually went to wars with the Prophet and the Prophet brought Aishah to negotiations 3) there is no hadith or Quranic verse to support such absurd contention.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Samera Jamil

    An educational book covering all the elements of an Muslim woman's life explaining how to behave with references from the Quran. The book is divided into clear chapters for easy reference as well as laid out perfectly appealing to idea. This book is really enjoyable because of the examples given as they are relatable to everyday life. The language used is easy to comprehend and allows the reader to dwell into chapters with interest. An educational book covering all the elements of an Muslim woman's life explaining how to behave with references from the Quran. The book is divided into clear chapters for easy reference as well as laid out perfectly appealing to idea. This book is really enjoyable because of the examples given as they are relatable to everyday life. The language used is easy to comprehend and allows the reader to dwell into chapters with interest.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Read it online if you don't have the book: [http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/humanrela...] Read it online if you don't have the book: [http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/humanrela...]

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Siddiqui

    The kind of book I see myself gifting my future daughter on her 13th birthday. Insha'Allah. The kind of book I see myself gifting my future daughter on her 13th birthday. Insha'Allah.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Auni B

    Alhamdulillah, took me a very long time to finish this book! The book laid out on how a Muslimah should act based in the Quran and Sunnah. Quite straightforward, I would say. But definitely beneficial. However, I'm not quite convinced with the author's view regarding the idea of working women. Or did I misunderstand something? Personally, I have no problem with the idea of women working & having an active life in the society. As long as they can manage both well. Alhamdulillah, took me a very long time to finish this book! The book laid out on how a Muslimah should act based in the Quran and Sunnah. Quite straightforward, I would say. But definitely beneficial. However, I'm not quite convinced with the author's view regarding the idea of working women. Or did I misunderstand something? Personally, I have no problem with the idea of women working & having an active life in the society. As long as they can manage both well.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Umbreen

    This book is very dense, and I definitely felt like the information could have been presented better at times. For example, I wish the author's voice was a little less prominent (in other words, I would have liked this to feel more like a reference book), and a lot of information came off as repetitive. Having said that, the information itself in this book is compiled well, and I plan to keep it on my shelf to return to as a reference/source of guidance in the future. This book is very dense, and I definitely felt like the information could have been presented better at times. For example, I wish the author's voice was a little less prominent (in other words, I would have liked this to feel more like a reference book), and a lot of information came off as repetitive. Having said that, the information itself in this book is compiled well, and I plan to keep it on my shelf to return to as a reference/source of guidance in the future.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Yana

    Expectations met. Super good book seriously. Every Muslimah should read this. It encompasses how a muslimah should behave, act and be in this modern world. Towards Allah, herself, parents, husband, relatives, society and ummah.

  16. 5 out of 5

    لي

    Covers every single aspect that a woman should work towards. This book gives practical advices on being the best muslimah. From taking care of self through exercising, etc to taking care of your responsibilities as a daughter or a mother.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aliya

    This is a great book telling me as a Muslim woman of what I should strive to aim towards in sha Allah!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Aji

    Good

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    This is the best book. All muslim sisters should read it, teach it, live it, and pass on to their daughters

  20. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    A very beneficial book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    This is a great book to teach women how to act correctly and be holy. Kudos to Islam for still teaching Anti-Feminism. Feminism has ruined women.

  22. 4 out of 5

    ✿ سخىة ✿

    I don't know why it took me so long to read this book, but I'm glad I did. I learned a lot from it. Alhamdulillah. It is a book every believing women that seeks to live with God as the center of their lives should read, but not the only one. Women's character and status in Islam has been defined by the Qur’an and Sunnah 1400 years ago, never by culture and society. "Anyone who acts rightly, male or female, being a believer, We will give them a good life and recompense them according to the best I don't know why it took me so long to read this book, but I'm glad I did. I learned a lot from it. Alhamdulillah. It is a book every believing women that seeks to live with God as the center of their lives should read, but not the only one. Women's character and status in Islam has been defined by the Qur’an and Sunnah 1400 years ago, never by culture and society. "Anyone who acts rightly, male or female, being a believer, We will give them a good life and recompense them according to the best of what they did." (Surat an-Nahl: 97) The Ideal Muslimah: The True Islamic Personality of the Muslim Woman as Defined in the Qur’an and Sunnah is a great book. It is the "how to " book for living the Islamic way of life - the path that will lead us to Jannah inshaaAllah. It is based on the Qur’an and Sunnah of the prophet saw so it is supported by over a hundred Qur’anic verses and ahadith. I highly recommend this book for all Muslim women and even non-Muslim ones who are quite interested in the religion. It is very educational and inspiring. Not only does it involve the “hows” of dealing with other people but in spreading the Good News and making Da’wah to our fellow Muslimat. As a side note, it only took reading about 3 pages before I started self-contemplations and changing for the better.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amina

    This is how a Muslim should be in Islam. The Ideal Muslimah by Dr. Muhammad Ali al-Hashimi, is a guidance for the muslimahs striving to right themselves. One of the elements that worked in this book is that it was using evidence to support its sayings. In Islam, a person shouldn't believe what anyone tells them about the religion unless there is textual evidence from the Quran or quotes from the prophet (pbuh). It makes it more real and helpful for the people who are looking for knowledge. Secon This is how a Muslim should be in Islam. The Ideal Muslimah by Dr. Muhammad Ali al-Hashimi, is a guidance for the muslimahs striving to right themselves. One of the elements that worked in this book is that it was using evidence to support its sayings. In Islam, a person shouldn't believe what anyone tells them about the religion unless there is textual evidence from the Quran or quotes from the prophet (pbuh). It makes it more real and helpful for the people who are looking for knowledge. Secondly, it gets deeper than just what it is. There are a lot of details about the character of a muslimah. It doesn't only stop at telling that she should be nice to her neighbors, it also tells how and what she should do in details. Lastly, the dialogue gets the reader connected to the book. It makes the reader the main character of the book. The book is literally talking out to the readers to tell the readers the knowledge they need. It says that the muslimahs should do this and that and so it makes the reader wonder, "Do I do this kind of stuff? Shall I change something?" This book is recommended for muslimahs and anyone who is interested in becoming a better muslimah/person. This book might be the reason of some great life changes.

  24. 5 out of 5

    SteamyBookLover

    This was a very inspiring book. I used it in a Muslim women's discussion group. The organization of the book made it easy for participants to read and talk about each topic. The author also showed how worship and gender are not adversarial in the proper Islamic context. After writing about the basics and importance of acts of worship like prayer, fasting, and Hajj, the author provided examples of each in the lives of Muslim women during the time of Prophet Muhammad. Then the author gave words of This was a very inspiring book. I used it in a Muslim women's discussion group. The organization of the book made it easy for participants to read and talk about each topic. The author also showed how worship and gender are not adversarial in the proper Islamic context. After writing about the basics and importance of acts of worship like prayer, fasting, and Hajj, the author provided examples of each in the lives of Muslim women during the time of Prophet Muhammad. Then the author gave words of encouragement to strive for spiritual enrichment through each. The Ideal Muslimah is a great example of addressing acts of worship in a female context.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Johnson

    This is a very thorough book, hitting on every aspect and relationship a Muslimah has - both in the present and future.Everytime I read it I come away with something different because things change in my life.This is not a book that the reader can outgrow.It will never become obsolete.Every Muslim woman-every woman for that matter-could benefit from this book.It is wonderful encouragement and guidance on being as excellent a woman as possible.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Akmal Anuar Batcha

    This book has always been lying around the house. At first, I was reluctant but now I don't regret finishing it. I started reading this book to get a more 'Islamic' sense of self-development. It's a must-read for everyone who wants to learn more about the true teachings of Islam which most Muslims have forgotten. This book has always been lying around the house. At first, I was reluctant but now I don't regret finishing it. I started reading this book to get a more 'Islamic' sense of self-development. It's a must-read for everyone who wants to learn more about the true teachings of Islam which most Muslims have forgotten.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ainur

    it did makes me feel like there's still lots that i have to do to be a better muslimah. each point is well written and easy to understand. plus it has stories about the sahabah and the Prophet s.a.w. it did makes me feel like there's still lots that i have to do to be a better muslimah. each point is well written and easy to understand. plus it has stories about the sahabah and the Prophet s.a.w.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mya

    I liked it but I wanted more precision for some subjects so that is why I read "l encyclopedie de la femme en islam" written but abdul al halim abou chouqqa. Its an encyclopaedia and very useful. Sorry I don't want to translate the title in a bad english so that's why i wrote in french I liked it but I wanted more precision for some subjects so that is why I read "l encyclopedie de la femme en islam" written but abdul al halim abou chouqqa. Its an encyclopaedia and very useful. Sorry I don't want to translate the title in a bad english so that's why i wrote in french

  29. 4 out of 5

    Evan

    I quite liked this book. It gave a summary of the rights and responsibilities of Muslim women, and supported the information with Quranic verses and authentic hadith. I'm not sure if all the hadith are authentic (I only verified some) but still it's a good resource. I quite liked this book. It gave a summary of the rights and responsibilities of Muslim women, and supported the information with Quranic verses and authentic hadith. I'm not sure if all the hadith are authentic (I only verified some) but still it's a good resource.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ayesha Fatima

    overall it is great book that deals with the stages of a muslimah and how to deal with them ..it is great book with 500+ pages i guess ..about the paper quality is cheap and thin ..and the binding of mine is also not good enough i cannot open the book completely..

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