Romantic Relationships in Islam: Understanding How Love Functions Within Islam

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Romantic Relationships in Islam is an invaluable resource for any one planning to fall in love, already involved in a relationship, or married and trying to spice up their romantic lives.

Author Muhammed Amin Ibrahim discusses a variety of relationships as we know them today from different cultural backgrounds, bringing over his experiences in his travels across Africa, The Middle East and The Far East. In clear and compelling language, Amin explains some verses in the Qur'an ...

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Overview

Romantic Relationships in Islam is an invaluable resource for any one planning to fall in love, already involved in a relationship, or married and trying to spice up their romantic lives.

Author Muhammed Amin Ibrahim discusses a variety of relationships as we know them today from different cultural backgrounds, bringing over his experiences in his travels across Africa, The Middle East and The Far East. In clear and compelling language, Amin explains some verses in the Qur'an and sayings of the Prophet of Islam dealing with romantic affairs. The book is suitable for teens and adults, and is particularly an eye-opener for youngsters who do not know where to draw the line between love and sex; fake and true love. Romantic Relationships in Islam is a handbook for all lovers and discusses topics such as

  • Love and Sex: Conjoined Twins?
  • The Meaning of Love
  • The Diplomacy of Love
  • Love in a Corrupt Patriarchal World

Romantic Relationships in Islam is unique in that; it's not intended as a homily; religious view-points are interspersed with anecdotal memoirs of an African trying to make a sense out of the meaning of love in his travels across Africa, The Middle East and The Far East.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595328864
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/28/2004
  • Pages: 124
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.29 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2005

    An Interesting Book About Love

    This book is OK.It has made me understand what love is, from an Islamic viewpoint.The author's 'write up' on whether Love and Sex are Conjoined twins made interesting reading.His discussion of 'The Diplomacy of Love' was not bad.I did not however agree with him that 'lovers should authenticate their love for each other with marriage'

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