The Ideal Muslimah

  • The Ideal Muslimah

    The true Islamic personality of the Muslim woman as defined by the Quran and Sunnah offers the reader a comprehensive overview of the woman's place in the Islamic scheme of things, and many roles which a woman may play throughout her life - daughter, wife, mother and friends - are explored in details.

    Publisher: International Islamic Publishing House

    Source: http://www.islamhouse.com/p/185386

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