It's That Time Again: An Islamic Guide to Menstruation

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It's That Time Again: An Islamic Guide to Menstruation

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  • Title: It's That Time Again: An Islamic Guide to Menstruation
  • Author: Tuscany Bernier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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      Published :2018-06-25T01:15:08+00:00

    One thought on “It's That Time Again: An Islamic Guide to Menstruation

    1. Amanda Jaczkowski on said:

      This book is a quick and comprehensive overview of the Hanafi fiqh related to menstruation. It contains extra information about feminine reproductive systems, hygiene, and overall assurances that your questions about menstruation and Islam are not being asked for the first time. It's short, it's sweet, it's written in relaxed terminology. If you're looking for an indepth fiqh discussion, I would recommend you keep looking. Otherwise, this is a fantastic little manual for young girls, converts, o [...]

    2. Jennifer Olson on said:

      Finally an Islamic book that talks about menstruation without treating it like it's something weird, icky or debilitating. The author gives an overview of what actually happens during menstruation, Islamic rulings, answers to some confusing questions and discusses the importance of maintaining a connection to Allah even when not praying Salah or fasting. I was surprised the book did not address rulings on touching, reciting, reading quran or determining when your period has ended, as these are i [...]

    3. Stacy on said:

      Props for effortTo general to be accurate. Doesnt specify madhab differences. Istinja after #2 would be deemed unacceptable by some scholars. Overall if you are a beginner, it's a start. I would recommend for new shahadahs with a disclaimer to always continue learning.

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