Month: February 2017
WAMY and MAM Train MAM Executive, Board of Trustees in Effective Leadership – “Beyond Elections Inspiring Excellence.”
Feb 22, 2017 | Headlines |
The Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) in December 2016 conducted a capacity building workshop for...Read More
Muslim Female Teachers Organization (MUFTO) held a four days camp from 23- 26 December 2016 in...Read More
Islamic View On Contraceptives
Islam is a strong advocate of marriage and the act of marriage is considered a religious duty through which the family is established and it is only permissible as a way for men and women to engage in intimacy and welcome children as a gift from Allah. Sexual ethics in Islam forbid copulation outside marriage, so its teachings about contraception should be understood within the context of husband and wife and not the other way round.
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