Family System of Islam and its Significance in Reformation of Society
Keywords:Family System , Islam, Reformation , Society x, Society, Mutual Cooperation, Ummah , Harakia
Islam gives much importance to the individual, along with family, tribe, and community; Muslim Ummah is formed by mutual cooperation and brotherhood. It protects the rights and determines the duties of every section of society. Human life begins with the individual and spreads from one circle to another. The importance of family relationships in human relations is not in need of explanation. This family basically consists of parents, children, spouses, and siblings. Islam exhorts to pay the rights of all, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) presented the best example of love to his family, his wives, and other relatives and exercised before the Ummah how the family should be organized and how to take full care of their rights. In the same way, Islam has instructed both men and women to respect each other's rights. Harakia is an essential part of Muslim society. The concept of the reformation of society is interrelated with the strong family system. In conclusion, the reformation of the family creates a reformed society.
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