The essential objective of this book was to highlight the status of prestige that Islam has granted to women. In this perspective, the idea consisted mainly in illustrating in writing the essential traits of the personality of the Muslim woman, enlightened by the teachings of Islam, aware of its principles and conforming to its precepts.
The personality of the Muslim according to Al-Hachimi:
"Mal-development" is not the prerogative of the economy of one country or another. Indeed, even the sociology of religiosity is no exception. So it is with the paradoxes generally also undermining the life of the Muslim woman... She can be pious in matters of worship, irreproachable on the "personal", but her to be desired. But worshiping Allah is a whole.
By being clean at will, his observance of the cult risks fluttering.
Even devout, her world of knowledge runs the risk of appearing barren when it comes to the Universe, life and human beings.
If, however, she is in tune with such a world, her morals could be repugnant to the family or social neighborhood.
Sometimes more than flirtatious in a feminine setting, sometimes contenting herself at home with a neglected outfit that makes her husband ride on his high horse.
Caring for his children, but forgetting his parents.
Introverted on her small family, while neglecting the affairs of the Community...
Now, these paradoxes, these dysfunctions, not only poison the life, but they attack the religion of the person.
Thus, this book tries to stem such contradictions in the life of the Muslim woman of today, by indicating to her how, in the light of the Koran and under the impulse of the Command of the Prophet, the First Muslims, certainly in the totality of the Islamic Precepts but especially with balance between the various fields of the life of the human being….
This is happiness, dear reader. And that's what you see...
This book is divided into ten chapters, which are as follows:
Chapter 1: The behavior of the Muslim woman vis-à-vis the Lord.
Chapter 2: Her behavior towards herself.
Chapter 3: His behavior towards his father and mother.
Chapter 4: Her behavior towards her husband.
Chapter 5: His behavior towards his children.
Chapter 6: His behavior towards his daughters-in-law and sons-in-law.
Chapter 7: His behavior towards his close relatives.
Chapter 8: His behavior towards his neighbors.
Chapter 9: Her behavior towards her friends and sisters in religion.
Chapter 10: His behavior towards his society.
- A Hachimi
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- Bibliothèque de la Femme
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