Beautifully Presented Book with Colour and friendly scrip.
Does is stand to reason to phrase eloquent introductions on women's rights and their status in Islam, while we fall too short to put that into practice in our daily life- at home, at school, in the market, or in the mosque?
Women were created to serve as a complement to man in a natural society, where men and women act as two components thereof.
The author was blessed with several sons, but he chose to speak about his daughters- Ghada, Assia, Nora and Ladan in this book in a different and outstanding way.
The English translation of the book Banati written by Dr. Salman Al-Oadah covers some excellent topics such as:
*But for you.
*Son of the Woman.
*A Teenage Girl.
*An Important Girl.
*Get into My Mind.
*I Don't like School.
*A Satellite TV Girl.
*To the Girl Who Walked in a Muddy Way.
*Beautiful Adornment is Feminine.
*Is Fashion Prohibited?
*Marriage and Love.
*A Woman in the Crossfire.
*And many more.
About Salman Al-Oadah
Salman bin Fahd bin Abdullah Al-Oadah or Salman al-Oadah (born 1955 or 1956) is a Saudi cleric or Sheikh and Muslim scholar. Al-Ouda is a member of the International Union for Muslim Scholars and on its Board of Trustees. He is a director of the Arabic edition of the website Islam Today and appears on a number of TV shows and authors newspaper articles. He completed a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in Islamic jurisprudence at Imam Muhammad bin Sa’ud University.Incarcerated for five years for inciting opposition to the Saudi government, al-Ouda emerged again "rehabilitated" in 1999 to become one of the kingdom's most prominent religious spokespersons. Salman al-Oadah was imprisoned for anti-government activities in 1994. He was against US led coalition war against Iraq.
-He committed to memory a number of short treatises on various subjects. Among these were.
-Al-`Usûl al-Thalâthah, al-Qawâ`id al-Arba`ah, Kitâb al-Tawhîd, and al-`Aqîdah al-Wâsitiyyah, all of which pertain to Islamic beliefs.
-Matn al-Ajurrûmiyyah in Arabic grammar, which he memorized and then taught to his young pupils in the mosque.
-Among the roughly fifty books that he has published are.
-The First Strangers.
-Characteristics of the Strangers.
-Withdrawing from Society and Participating in It.
-A Discussion with Sheikh Muhammad al-Ghazâlî,
-Who has the Right to Engage in Independent Juristic Reasoning?
-Guidelines for Studying Islamic Law.