Islamic Modest Dress (Islamic Renaissance Series) Ali Shariati

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Published: July 26th 2012

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111 pages


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Islamic Modest Dress (Islamic Renaissance Series)  by  Ali  Shariati

Islamic Modest Dress (Islamic Renaissance Series) by Ali Shariati
July 26th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 111 pages | ISBN: | 5.57 Mb

What has happened? Parents never understand what has caused the decline in their children’s interest in religious matters. They never question why children no longer perform the prescribed prayer or wear the modest dress or lose their interest inMoreWhat has happened? Parents never understand what has caused the decline in their children’s interest in religious matters. They never question why children no longer perform the prescribed prayer or wear the modest dress or lose their interest in attending religious gatherings. The father is authoritarian. The mother is authoritarian.

What can be done? Should they force them to obey? If the force of the parents is strong enough to make the children outwardly obey them, inwardly the young people will become even more disgusted with religion. Their hatred for religious things will increase. The young people will stand in prescribed prayer, but instead of whispering the prescribed prayer, they will complain about their parents under their breath for forcing them to perform their religious duties.A woman who has attained the level of belief chooses her own life, her way of thinking, her very being and even her own form of adornment.

She actualizes herself. She does not give herself over to television and passive consumption. She does not do whatever consumerism tells her to do. She is not afraid to choose the color of her dress because it may not be in style this year!

She has returned and returned vigorously!



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