Books

The Muslim Marriage Guide

Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood

  1. Getting Married
  2. The Key to a Happy Marriage
  3. What is a Good Muslim Marriage Like?
  4. A Sign & Foretaste of Paradise
  5. The Blessed Prophet & His Wives
  6. The Good Husband
  7. Celebrating The Differences
  8. A Bank Balance in Heaven
  9. Turning Sex Into Sadaqa
  10. Sexual Problems
  11. A Short A to Z of Marriage
  12. Few Rules for a Happy Marriage
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One Response to “Books”

  1. […] Whether you’re marrying someone from California or Qatar, I highly recommend the book by Ustadha Hedaya Hartford, “Your Islamic Marriage.” (Dar al Fikr Books). Ustadha Hedaya gives you advice on how to conduct yourself in easy and difficult situations according to the teachings of Islam, and cuts through a lot of the nonsense that many Islamic marriage books contain (about ideal situations where husbands and wives are never cranky and never fight). Another good, realistic book is Ruqayah Waris Maqsood’s “Muslim Marriage Guide.” […]

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