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LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE HOLY QUR'AN'S METHOD 7

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LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE HOLY QUR'AN'S METHOD

It seems proper to refer to some lessons that are derived from the method of the Holy Qur'an's reforming and guiding the communities to the right path.

 

 

Seventh Lesson

The seventh lesson that must be learnt from the method of the Holy Qur'an is that in order to undertake the mission of reforming an amiss social state or ministering to a defect in the mentality, belief or behavior or meeting a shortcoming, the doses of the treatment must be taken time and again rather than being stopped at the first time. In the Holy Qur'an, the accounts of the Prophets have been repeated more than ten times; yet at each time, they have taken a new, entertaining style that has its own flavor, influence and role in achieving its aim as well as its impression that is different from the other styles of the same account and contents.

One of the urgent issues in the modern Muslim society is the concern 'of the women's displaying their charms excessively and openly before men. This act is in reality a thorough compliance with and a playing of the role of Satan who has undertaken the mission of hindering human beings from the right path of Almighty Allah: "He (Satan) said, 'Because thou hast thrown me out of the way, lo! I will lie in wait for them (human beings) on thy straight way; then will I assault them from before them and behind them, from their right and their left. Nor wilt thou find, in most of them, gratitude for thy mercies. 7/16-17"

Such immoral women are employing various processes for seducing men and dragging them to doing acts of disobedience to Almighty Allah. Among such processes are the exposed unveiling and primping, the alluring movements in the schools and faculties of coeducation, the displaying of the bodily charms, the indecent sports and the sexually attractive movies and shows.

 

In order to treat this lethal defect that devastates our society, we can write down a book on the deviant social practices, and another one on women affairs and a third one on the roles of sports and arts in confounding the social moralities, and a forth one on the problems, dilemmas and ambitions of the collegians, and a fifth one on the youth generally, and a sixth one on family laws and ties according to the Islamic legislation... etc. This is because the social problem of the indecent unveiling and primping is connected to all of these topics, and to deal with it on all of these levels will give it a new picture and style that is definitely different from the other styles used when the problem is discussed on other levels. Besides, the social classes to whom such books are addressed will make the question more inclusive and, as a result, the conclusions will be more comprehensive.