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Author: Zeba Siddiqui,Norma Tarazi
ISBN: 0892591587
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 316 pages
Publisher American Trust Publications (May 1, 2001)
Language English
Category: Other
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 744
ePUB size: 1609 kb
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eBook Child in Islam download

by Zeba Siddiqui,Norma Tarazi


The Child in Islam book.

The Child in Islam book.

This is what Norma Tarazi illustrates in her lively and sober discussion infused by the twin principles of kindness and common sense

This is what Norma Tarazi illustrates in her lively and sober discussion infused by the twin principles of kindness and common sense. Here is no abstract discussion; the author's clear and straightforward voice examines the full spectrum of child rearing with always-practical advice and real-life, concrete approaches and techniques for problem solving.

Author: Norma Tarazi & Zeba Siddiqui. Media Type: Paperback.

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The Child in Islam offers a rare and rich panoramic guide to rearing a happy family in harmony and in wisdom-and . The explosive sequel to The Cloak Society, which School Library Journal declared "will likely find the same wide appeal as Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson books.

The Child in Islam offers a rare and rich panoramic guide to rearing a happy family in harmony and in wisdom-and above all, Islamically. Alex Knight was raised as one of the Cloak Society's most fiercely loyal junior supervillains. He proudly dedicated himself to this elite organizationuntil he met Kirbie.

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ISBN: 0892591536 Author: Zeba Siddiqui Publisher: American Trust Publications (ATP) Pages: 178 Binding: Paperback. Description from the publisher: This delightful book will appeal to both boys and girls. Its four stories and two plays subtly teach Islamic concepts without being preachy. The Boy Who Laughed, featured on the new cover, is the hero of a 66-page adventure that is itself worth the price of the book

The topic of Islam and children includes the rights of children in Islam, the duties of children towards their parents, and the rights of parents over their children, both biological and foster children

The topic of Islam and children includes the rights of children in Islam, the duties of children towards their parents, and the rights of parents over their children, both biological and foster children. Also discussed are some of the differences regarding rights with respect to different schools of thought. Muhammad established laws and examples (sunnah) in respect of which is obligatory for the Muslim community to follow.

The Child in Islam offers a rare and rich panoramic guide to rearing a happy family in harmony and in wisdom-and above all, Islamically. Is there a difference between Muslim and non-Muslim child rearing? Indeed there is, and beyond the physical delineations of a Muslim's practice, it is the difference between groping one's way with a sputtering candle and walking confidently ahead on a brightly lit day along a well-marked path. This is what Norma Tarazi illustrates in her lively and sober discussion infused by the twin principles of kindness and common sense. Here is no abstract discussion; the author's clear and straightforward voice examines the full spectrum of child rearing with always-practical advice and real-life, concrete approaches and techniques for problem solving. The answers and the solutions are Islamic, that is, completely natural and productive.
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I thought this book might be more inspiring in giving advice on how to raise a child to be spiritual, with specifics detailing the muslim faith. However, as the author describes herself, it is rather a collection of thoughts from a women's group that met and talked about child rearing and family related topics, as relevant to Islam.
Altogether, if I could have borrowed it from a library it would have been sufficient to skim it.
I also very much dislike the heavy reliance on hadiths. I guess I had just hoped there would be some inspiration here. Alas, the book is a bit bland.
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I just finished reading this book today and had to come write a review. It is so nice to see a book that is specifically for Muslim parents, and even moreso Muslim parents in the West. There are specific issues we encounter, specific scenarios we face as parents that are unique and many families need guidance about how best to deal with these. This book is written from a parent's point of view and she includes many examples for the points she is trying to make which help put things into context and help with offering solutions to various issues. There need to be more books like this written, but this is a great place to start!