اسلام اور مغرب میں خاندانی نظام کا تقابلی جائزہ

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Title اسلام اور مغرب میں خاندانی نظام کا تقابلی جائزہ
 
Creator Jabeen, Bushra
Rafiq, Samiya
 
Description Family constitutes the foundation of a society and on its strength or weakness lays the strength or weakness of its society. If the family institution is weak nothing else can make up for this weakness. This article is aimed at a comparative review of Islamic and Western concepts of family. The concept of family in Islam, its organization and significance is discussed and compared with diverse family frameworks in West. The Family is a part of the Islamic social order. The society that Islam wants to establish is not a sensate, sex-ridden society. It sets up an ideological society, with a high level of moral awareness. Islam gave the highest moral values to the most astounding position in all its caste and life activities. This research article reveals that despite its present greatness, the entire West is heading towards a disastrous end. The breakdown of Western families is continuing at an alarming speed. Rising divorce rates, without marriage and same sex relationships, physical and sexual diseases, show that the West tops the world.
 
Publisher Tehqiq-o-Tafseer Welfare Association
 
Date 2020-03-11
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://al-tafseer.org/index.php/at/article/view/143
 
Source Al Tafseer - Biannual Journal; Vol 35 (2020): Al Tafseer
1816-5389
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://al-tafseer.org/index.php/at/article/view/143/131
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Al Tafseer - Biannual Journal
 

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