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    1- Womens Rights: A Historical Perspective

    Description
    Women’s Rights: A Historical Perspective

    English
    https://islamhouse.com/en/books/2767720/

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    2- 150 Ways To Be Dutiful To Your Mother

    Description
    In this booklet, the author explained his thoughts, and observations of those around him who are dutiful to their mothers in order to motivate people to follow their way. Here are 150 ways of dutifulness; if you find them worthy to be implemented, then do not hesitate in this. If not, then at least remember your brother in your supplications.

    English
    https://islamhouse.com/en/books/727892/

    Arabic
    https://islamhouse.com/ar/books/278286/

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      3- Beating Women is Forbidden in Islam

      Description
      Beating Women is Forbidden in Islam

      English
      https://islamhouse.com/en/books/453327/

      Arabic
      https://islamhouse.com/ar/books/448936/

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        4- Best Women on the Face of the Earth

        Description
        This book shows the Clarification of How the True Believing Muslim Women are the Best of Women. We should be able to better realize the blessing and virtue of being Muslim and especially being a Muslim woman. Hopefully this will lead us to better understand Islam, clear up any misconceptions one may have and enable us to understand that the rules and regulations in Islam have been put into place to promote that which is beneficial for humankind and to prohibit and protect humankind from that which is harmful to them.

        English
        https://islamhouse.com/en/books/442018/

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          5- Woman in Saudi Arabia Cross-Cultural Views

          Description
          Historically women’s education in the territories now known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has passed through several stages. In the pre-Islamic era, Arab society had not been concerned with any kind of systematic education for either males or females. At that time the transfer of experiences and skills from one generation to the next occurred through traditional social intermingling.

          English
          https://islamhouse.com/en/books/419480/

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