|Author||Abu Bakr Jabir Al-Jaza'iry|
|Translator||Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo|
|Size in Inches||6x9|
|Size in Centimeters||15x22|
This is a portion of Abu Bakr A1-Jazairi's well-known and well-accepted work Minhaj-ul-Muslim - "The Way of the Muslim." The Author has pointed out that Islam is a religion of etiquette and touches upon almost every deed of Islam in relation to the most related customs of a particular time and place. The Author has urged that in Islamic culture a Muslim should have to pay all his duties in this sense. The Author has described all the Islamic attitudes required by a Muslim especially intention, behavior towards Allah, towards one's parents and his children, relatives and neighbors.
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|Al-Jumuah Magazine Review|
|Customer R. on 05/06/2009||Islamic Etiquette' is actually a series of chapters appended from the well known work, 'Minhaj-ul-Muslim,' written by Sh. Abu Bakr Al-Jazairi. In 'Islamic Etiqutte,' Al-Jazairi discusses islamic etiquette concerning interpersonal communication between parents and children, children and elders, husbands and wives, and individuals with all others in larger society. Additionally, 'Islamic Etiquette' details the proper ways to relieve and wash oneself, and how to eat and drink. The entire discussion, of course, is informed by and based on the Quran and Sunnah of the Prophet, sallallahu alayhe wa sallam. There is perhaps no greater need today than a frank discussion of Islamic etiquettes, migration to non-Muslim countries as well as the infiltration into Muslim societies of non-Islamic ideals and attitudes about life and society has driven a wedge between Muslims and their foundational values. Al-Jazairi s work has thus a very practical use and will help all families rediscover the type of character Islam sought to create. Translated by: Jamaal al-Din M. Zarabozo Published by: Darussalam, Pages: 166 Reviewed by: Mueen Ahmed_Al-Jumuah Vol 21, Issue 04|