URDU: جیل اور دارالامان میں شیر خوار بچے کے قیام کا مسئلہ: اسلامی تعلیمات کی روشنی میں تحقیقی جائزہ

Problem Concerning to the living of Infants in Prison and Darul Aman: A Scholarly Review in Islamic Perspective

  • Fanoos Jamaal University of Science & Technology, Bannu
  • Dr. Hussain Muhammad Qarshi University of Science & Technology, Bannu
Keywords: Infants, concerning, suckling, foremost duty.

Abstract

Women constitute over half of the world’s population, but they are deprived of their due rights. Illiteracy, poverty, domestic violence, poor health facility and the denial of their basic rights are the major problems facing by women in our society. When a woman left her home and seeks shelter at “Darul Aman” then she faces different kinds of problems e.g she deprives from every social and economic activity, education and freedom like other women at homes etc. Among these problems, one is the living of infants in prison and Darul Aman with her mother.  Actually, suckling is the foremost obligation of the mother and if she does not feed her child without a valid reason, she will be sinner and she cannot present any demand of payment for suckling from her husband because it is her own duty. This research article consists of three parts: Basic factors responding for women to take shelter in Darul Aman. Problems concerning to the living of infants in prison and Darul Aman. Suggestions for the betterment of women’s living in prison and Darul Aman.

Author Biographies

Fanoos Jamaal, University of Science & Technology, Bannu

Ph.D Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies and Research

Dr. Hussain Muhammad Qarshi, University of Science & Technology, Bannu

Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies and Research

Published
2021-03-05
How to Cite
Jamaal, F., & Qarshi, D. H. M. (2021). URDU: جیل اور دارالامان میں شیر خوار بچے کے قیام کا مسئلہ: اسلامی تعلیمات کی روشنی میں تحقیقی جائزہ: Problem Concerning to the living of Infants in Prison and Darul Aman: A Scholarly Review in Islamic Perspective. Rahatulquloob, 5(1), 177-183. https://doi.org/10.51411/rahat.5.1.2021/304
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