Meeting the Challenge of Parenting in the West: An Islamic Perspective

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Amana Publications, 1998 - Religion - 156 pages
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As a minority group in North America Muslims are preoccupied with how to preserve their Islamic identity in their children. With schools playing no role in instilling ethical norms and values in children it becomes the responsibility of the family to undertake that role. The book is an excellent guide on how to take on that role in a holistic Islamic tarbiyyah.

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Even we are not living in West, I found it a very worthful book. It teaches us how to have pareting skills in an Islamic way. Dr Ekram introduces Tarbiyah (education) as a very effective tools to ... Read full review

About the author (1998)

Dr. Ekram is a medical doctor by profession, with a background in child psychology. She is the founder and principal of Abraar full time Islamic school and Rahma School.

Beshir is an engineer by profession, with over 25 years of experience in Da'wa work in North America. He is a member of the training and development department of the Muslim American Society. He is a recipient of The Ottawa Muslim Association and the Ottawa Muslim Community Circle.

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