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Traversing the Highs and Lows of Muslim Marriage Hardcover – 2011
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover,"" illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Pre-order today
From the Author
This is my first published book! It comprises of articles that I wrote on topics related to Muslim marriage. All the chapters provide practical advice about the various aspects of marriage that are present in the contemporary Muslim word. I hope that this advice book will be of benefit to anyone who reads it. I would especially recommend it for recently engaged or newly married Muslim couples.
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For the benefit of Muslim couples, the author has commendably identified various issues that a Muslim couple faces before and after marriage, along with suggesting practical solutions to deal with each of them. She has taken a well-rounded approach, identifying such diverse issues as living arrangements and marital intimacy. At the same time, she has also given examples of role models for us to emulate. -- Muhammad Abdul Mohsin Al-Tuwaijri (Managing Director, International Islamic Publishing House - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
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She also reminds us that Shaitan is our enemy and can lead us to focus on what others have instead of the blessings that we have been given by Allah, Subhana Wa ta’ala. “Look towards those who rank below you,” she reminds us.
She even gives a reassuring confidence talk about how one’s features, size, height or other physical characteristics can be made beautiful for her partner no matter how societal norms may perceive them. She discusses this in regard to the term Rida bil qada’ (a person’s pleasure at what Allah has decreed),
In a nutshell she gives a wake-up call to Muslim women letting them know that the most important career they can have is being a successful wife and parent.