children's rights in Islam covers all the years of childhood and infancy and include all the needs of a child in the process of his/her growth
The respectability of human rights begins with the way that society treats its children.
Silatur-Rahim or preserving family ties is not limited to visiting relatives, but also includes trying to satisfy their needs and strengthening emo
Almost all religions have recommended the maintenance of family ties, but in the Islamic family, it has taken to unprecedented heights.
As stated in the first part, Islam brought about reforms in the customs previous nations, including Arabs, had in practicing polygamy in Islam:
Today, one of the Islamic regulations that is the cause of many prejudgments about Islam in western countries is the law of polygamy in Islam.
Imam Sajjad (AS) enumerates the rights of parents in Islam, specifically the mother in ‘Treatise On Rights (R
A newborn baby who opens his/her eyes to this world is tiny and weak at first; like a rosebud that appears in spring.
The women's rights in Islam include their right as wives in the marital relationship as well.
“Allah made for you mates from your own selves and appointed for you children and grandchildren from your mates, and We provided you with all th
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