FAQ: After marriage, is the wife li...

Answered by Mohamed Rida Beshir and Ekram Beshir

Is it possible that, in Islam, the rights of women after marriage would be limited to just food and clothing?

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FAQ: Dealing with Islamophobia

Answered by Mohamed Rida Beshir and Ekram Beshir

These days, in which Muslims are the object of suspicion, especially here in the U.S., how can we convince our children that racism and prejudice are wrong, particularly when they hear insults and bad things about Muslims at school?

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FAQ: Celebrating Birthdays

Answered by Mohamed Rida Beshir and Ekram Beshir

My husband and I are always arguing about celebrating our child’s birthday. He says there is nothing wrong with it, while I think birthdays should not be celebrated. After all, wouldn’t celebrating birthdays be a blind imitation of a Western tradition? Can you ...

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FAQ: Married to a Non-Muslim

Answered by Mohamed Rida Beshir and Ekram Beshir

Our brother is married to a non-Muslim woman. He is not paying much attention to Islam or an Islamic education for his children. We are concerned about their future in North America if they do not receive clear guidance from their father regarding Islamic faith ...

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FAQ: Attachment Parenting – G...

Answered by Mohamed Rida Beshir and Ekram Beshir

From an Islamic and psychological perspective, is giving children too much attention and care when they are young good or bad for them? Also, should children be taught to be independent when they are toddlers, for example, not allowed to sleep with their parents, and so on?

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FAQ: Training – How long?

Answered by Mohamed Rida Beshir and Ekram Beshir

I read in one of your books about the technique of "Indicate, Educate, Follow Up and Train" to help our children improve their behaviour and eliminate their shortcomings. I found it very interesting and I am trying to use it with my children. However, how can I measure the success ...

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