I read the last 15 pages of this book this morning and finished it. There were many things that I agree with and some things that I only partly agreed with.
The good first
The book is about the cohesion and brotherhood of Muslims from beginning to end, which unfortunately is increasingly forgotten nowadays. This has now reached such an extent that one could almost say that it no longer exists. The writer addresses precisely this problem and, with many of his arguments, hits the issues exactly to the point.
He accompanies all his arguments with Qur’anic verses and hadiths. This allows an experienced reader to think for himself what to think about his way of thinking.
As mentioned in the previous blog post, every person of every faith can refer to this book. If someone has a family problem, if you belong to a certain movement or if you just have a certain political view … Nothing of the listed things can be completed successfully without a Fraternal cohesion.
The writer has a very aggressive spelling. He has a very offensive vocabulary when it comes to those who are the cause of problems. This could really backfire when someone can identify with the very qualities that the writer calls the characteristics of the trigger of problems. Because as soon as someone feels attacked, any debate or explanation brings nothing, because then the person goes into the defense.
Also, I do not think it’s good that it’s forbidden to quote from this book. This is expressly written. A person who claims to do everything for God’s pleasure should not copyright his works.
My next book
I’ve been getting more and more of women lately fighting for their rights, which they think they deserve. I agree with some issues, such as equality of wages, but most of them, in my opinion, are totally crazy views of disillusioned women who are under the guise of feminism.
You get more and more of “feminists” with you, who every day again completely banal issues as a sovereignty and fight for them. That’s why I decided to learn more about this phenomenon “feminism” and start tomorrow with the book Feminizm nedir? (What is the feminism) of Muhammad Emin. There are topics such as:
- The history
- Feminism in western countries
- Feminism in modern Turkey
- Feminism and Islam
- Why it spreads so much
I hope that I can learn more about this topic …