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 Domestic Abuse - forbidden in Islam!!

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PostSubject: Domestic Abuse - forbidden in Islam!!   Thu Aug 06, 2009 6:00 am

our prophet said that the best of men are those who are most kind to their wives and families. Domestic abuse is common in all segments of society, regardless of religion. The practice of Islam and the adherance to Islamic priniciples would eliminate domestic abuse.

Robina Niaz, founder of the (US) Turning Point organization that helps Muslim women subject to domestic violence, says abusive men usually invoke certain verses from the Muslim holy book to justify their actions.

"Some women are repeatedly told that it is against Islam to disobey the husband and that women are required to remain silent and endure," Niaz, a Pakistani-American, told IOL.

Mahbubur Rahman, a City University of New York professor, dismisses such interpretations as utterly erroneous.

"Islam prohibits and denounces all forms of domestic abuse and violence," Rahman, a staunch advocate for abused women who teaches courses on politics and Islam, told IOL.

He explains that marriage in Islam is a noble institution that requires couples to be "mindful, careful and merciful" when dealing with one another.

"There is no place for domestic abuse or violence in Islam."
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