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Family as The Nucleus of Society

It is undeniable fact that Allah has honoured man by making him his vecegerent on earth and entrusting him with the population of the earrth. This aim cannot be attained except through reproduction in on organized wholesome manner, through the institution of marriage. Islam has given considerable importance to marriage as the basic step in forming the family which is the necleus of society.

The family, cetainly, is the corner-stone in any society wheter primitive or advanced to face the wider world. And achieve the significant mission for which he has been created, the serving of Allah and the fulfillment of His Will.

Islam recognize the importance of the family as an institution which provides its mambers with a sense of belonging, interdependence and of being wanted. Through it, the individual satifies has biological and psychological needs, namely food, clothing, shelter, protection and security. In other words, the family makes a fundamentel contribution to society and therefore it is rightly regarded the coner stone of society.

Islam lays great stress on three major operative relationships within the family, the conjugal relationship between husband and wife, the parent-child relationship and the siblings relationship, that existing between brother, or between sister or between brother and sister. Isalm, as well, admits that the seccess of the family in achieving its objective depends on the degree of harmony and coordination between these three relationships which can be seen as a complicated interrelated network.

Regarding the cojugal relation which is based on the principle of sex equality and the reality of sex difference, Islam denotes that the couple, husband and wife should treat each other with mutual respect, love, concern and constant attention.

This means that engagement in a job or an occupation or work should not lead tu inattentiveness or indifference by one towards the other. In Islam, spouses are equally responsible for looking after their children and bringing them in a sound healthy way. They both have equally important role in the family. these roles, according to islam, cannot be identical or the same but reciprocal and complementary. In fact, the husband and the wife in the Muslim family are given those duties which are best suited for his or her nature.

p/s : haii feqh ngaji bab munakahat, hadis bincang bab nikah kawin, BI pun bincang bab hukum hakam nikah gak.. bila la agaknye murshid nge soleh nak nikah ek??? :P. Sebahagian dari apa yang dipelajari :)

Doakan kami lusa exam sorof lak..

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