Author: Dr. Salman al-Oadah
Publisher: Islam Today (October 2012)
Pages: 218 Binding: Paperback 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.5"
Description from the publisher:
Does is stand to reason to phrase eloquent introductions on women's rights and their status in Islam, while we fall too short to put that into practice in our daily life- at home, at school, in the market, or in the mosque?
Women were created to serve as a complement to man in a natural society, where men and women act as two components thereof.
The author was blessed with several sons, but he chose to speak about his daughters- Ghada, Assia, Nora and Ladan in this book in a different and outstanding way.
The English translation of the book Banati written by Dr. Salman Al-Oadah covers some excellent topics such a:
But for you
Son of the Woman
A Teenage Girl
An Important Girl
Get into My Mind
I Don't like School
A Satellite TV Girl
To the Girl Who Walked in a Muddy Way
Beautiful Adornment is Feminine
Is Fashion Prohibited?
Marriage and Love
A Woman in the Crossfire
And many more...