Waaldein is a complete guide for Muslims about how to deal with parents. According to Islamic code of life, one has to treat his/her parents well even if they are Non-Muslims. Those who treat them well and obey their legitimate orders are called obedient while those denying them their rights are disobedient ones.
This book delves into the rich Islamic tradition that emphasizes the elevated status of parents and highlights the ethical obligations children bear towards them. The Quran and the Hadiths furnish invaluable insights into the pivotal role parents play in a person's life, underscoring the necessity of rendering them the highest form of respect and care.
The teachings of Islam go beyond religious boundaries, extending to the treatment of non-Muslim parents. The duty to exhibit love, compassion, and obedience towards them is an inherent part of Islamic morality. Waaldein sheds light on how Muslims can uphold these principles in their interactions with parents, regardless of their faith.
|Author(s)||Abdul Malik Mujahid|