The Debate on the Rule of Cause Prevention and Strict Implementation (Vol 6)

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By Abd al-Halim Abu Shuqqah, translated by Adil Salahi, Kube Publishing, Paperback

In this volume the author devotes this volume to a debate concerning the application of the rule of cause prevention. He shows that a strict and extremist application has been the reason for many restrictions that social tradition in many Muslim countries have imposed on women, depriving them of much that is permissible in Islam. He cites clear evidence confirming that women’s full participation in social life was part of the Prophet’s guidance. His approach is always balanced between the freedom Islam gives to women’s participation in life’s activities and the need to adhere to Islamic regulations and values concerning attire and behaviour.

About the authors:

Abd al-Halim Abu Shuqqah (d. 1995) was a teacher and scholar specialising in Hadith studies. He dedicated his life to learning, and has taught in Egypt, Syria, Qatar and Kuwait.

Adil Salahi is a scholar, author and translator, who has written or translated into English various books on Islam. He continues to publish many articles in various publications including Arab News, an English daily newspaper published in Saudi Arabia. Adil Salahi has also taught at the Markfield Institute of Higher Education, Leicester, England.

The Debate on the Rule of Cause Prevention and Strict Implementation (Vol 6)
The Debate on the Rule of Cause Prevention and Strict Implementation (Vol 6)
The Debate on the Rule of Cause Prevention and Strict Implementation (Vol 6)
The Debate on the Rule of Cause Prevention and Strict Implementation (Vol 6)