- Publisher: Idara Isha'at-e-Diniyat (2005)
- ASIN: B007KG1T02
- Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,903,615 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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A Gift for Muslim Couple Paperback – 2005
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The book is not long-winded like many Islamic efforts are, being only 160 pages in length, and 17 short chapters. In those chapters the authors covers a wide variety of subjects, ranging from living arrangements to rights of the husband and wife to divorce. He does not spend a whole lot of space covering any one subject, but provides clear enough insight into what Muslims believe that ought to cause one to pause.
From some of the preceding comments here it is projected that the authors only talks about wife-beating, which is clearly not the case. That is not to say that the author does not mention it, but as already noted, he addresses a wide assortment of topics. Does the author embrace beating the wife for disciplinary reasons? Yes. But, that is Islam. It is something that can be used to expose Islam for the fraudulent system that it is, for no woman should be beaten by her husband because she supposedly did not do this or that for him.
In short, this a good, short exposure book on Islamic marriage relationships and ought to be read by those interested in knowing what Muslims believe, hopefully with a plan to counter some of the inanity. Because not all that the author writes about is tawdry or misogynistic. The husband caring and providing for one's wife and children are good things and is encouraged in this book.Read more ›
"a husband may scold her, beat by hand or stick, withhold money from her or pull her by the ears, but should refrain from beating her excessively.” I LOVE IT! EPIC!
I'd get this as a gag gift for some Muslim newlywed friends or something, wrap it with a bamboo stick, priceless night of laughs!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I could not belive my eyes when I read this deplorable book . I would hope woman would leave Islam if they are being abusedPublished on May 30, 2013 by R.A.Skyler
I found this most helpful. I was suffering through a marriage with a disrespectful and most unpleasant wife. Read morePublished on April 16, 2012 by Matthew A. Ginger
This book's theme is so against what America stands for, it should not be carried by any bookstore in America. Read morePublished on April 5, 2012 by NVR