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Al Hadiyyato Linnisa

Maulana Muhammad Ebrahim Palanpuri

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Certain Islamic laws are meant exclusively for women. Most of our women are ignorant of these laws while some because of their modesty and shyness are prevented from asking others about these laws. Unfortunately, men also pay very little attention to such, laws. I have tried to explain the laws in very simple language. If you still have any difficulties then you should enquire from an Âlim if there is one amongst your mahram. If there is none, then you should ask your husband or any mahram to enquire from an Âlim to explain it properly to you and you can then explain it to the other ladies. This booklet has been prepared specially for women but a few laws are applicable to men and it is, therefore, advisable that men should also read the booklet and understand the laws because it is also their responsibility to explain these laws to their womenfolk. It is important that the ladies keep this booklet safely in their possession. (From the Concluding Note of the book)

 

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Coming of Age – A Muslim Girl’s Guide

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At 300+ pages it is nearly an encyclopedic volume on physiological and fiqh issues related to puberty and menstruation. It is written only from the perspective of the Hanafi madhab, and does not cover emotional development during adolescence.

 

The author, Hedaya Hartford, writes that the aim of this book is: “…young girls from the age of 8-13 will be able to understand this book with the help of an elder like her mother, aunt, or guardian, and for those 14 and older to be able to read it on her own.”

 

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