The Verse Ayah "Affection and Mercy" and its Legal Effects on the Spouses

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https://doi.org/10.24857/rgsa.v18n9-095

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Affection, Mercy, Spouses

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Objectives: The objective of this discussion is to highlight the importance of marital life as a foundational element in building strong families and cohesive societies. It aims to emphasize the roles of both spouses, with the woman providing passion and tenderness, and the man offering strength and security. Additionally, the discussion seeks to underscore the significance of love, understanding, and legislative systems within Islam in nurturing harmonious marital relationships.

 

Methods: This discussion employs a qualitative approach, drawing upon Islamic teachings and principles to explore the dynamics of marital relationships. It relies on textual analysis and interpretation to elucidate the roles and responsibilities of spouses as outlined in Islamic doctrine.

 

Results: The discussion reveals that Islam places great importance on fostering love, understanding, and mutual respect within marital relationships. It emphasizes the complementary roles of spouses in providing emotional support and security, which are essential for the stability and happiness of families. Islamic legislative systems are designed to promote harmony and prosperity within families, thereby contributing to the well-being of society as a whole.

 

Conclusion: In conclusion, marital life is regarded as a cornerstone of family and societal stability in Islam. The affection and mercy between spouses are considered fundamental to achieving marital bliss and prosperity. By adhering to Islamic teachings and principles, couples can cultivate strong, resilient relationships based on love, understanding, and mutual respect. Ultimately, nurturing healthy marital relationships contributes to the formation of cohesive and thriving societies, reflecting the values of compassion, cooperation, and unity upheld by Islam.

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2024-05-07

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Al-Murshidi, A. S. H. (2024). The Verse Ayah "Affection and Mercy" and its Legal Effects on the Spouses. Revista De Gestão Social E Ambiental, 18(9), e06659. https://doi.org/10.24857/rgsa.v18n9-095

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