Family system – Hilpers http://hilpers.org/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 10:38:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://hilpers.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Family system – Hilpers http://hilpers.org/ 32 32 RSS’s Mohan Bhagwat calls for value-based family system amidst hectic life https://hilpers.org/rsss-mohan-bhagwat-calls-for-value-based-family-system-amidst-hectic-life/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 04:02:13 +0000 https://hilpers.org/rsss-mohan-bhagwat-calls-for-value-based-family-system-amidst-hectic-life/ Expressing concern about the non-transition of “family values ​​and belief systems from one generation to the next in today’s fast-paced life,” Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat insisted on a “family system based on values”. It mainly focused on strengthening the family through “values” and “beliefs” and on understanding each other’s feelings and standing […]]]>

Expressing concern about the non-transition of “family values ​​and belief systems from one generation to the next in today’s fast-paced life,” Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat insisted on a “family system based on values”.

It mainly focused on strengthening the family through “values” and “beliefs” and on understanding each other’s feelings and standing up for each other in a family.

Bhagwat shared his suggestions with workers on Tuesday during a series of interactive sessions at ‘Keshav Bhawan’ – the regional headquarters of RSS located at Abhedananda Road in Manicktala in northern Kolkata.

Bhagwat is on a three-day visit to Kolkata to meet intellectuals and review the work done by the workers of six “karya vibhag” of the “Sangh” in West Bengal.

His tour of Bengal will end on Wednesday and the leader will leave for Raipur in the evening, where he has a series of meetings with RSS workers.

While addressing intellectuals and “pracharaks”, Bhagwat expressed concern over people “losing their family values ​​and missing the important part of a family”, which he said includes culture and beliefs mainly shifting from one generation to the children.

He said family members should be responsible for each other. Besides the value-based family system, Bhagwat emphasized the preservation of nature, water and food security for the poor.

He also said that people should teach children to respect those who work inside their homes like housekeepers, barbers, etc. and to communicate with them as “mashi” and “pishi” (aunt and uncle).

“We need to teach our children to respect everything around us, no matter what work they do. We should encourage children to distribute things (it can be food, clothes or any other basic necessities) to the poor / needy to make them understand the importance of humanity. We need to make them understand that things like giving food to a patient in a house first. They should understand why his father is wearing a torn shirt, but for the children he bought new school uniforms, ”Bhagwat said.

During the interactive sessions, workers were invited to work on “Samaj Prabhodan” (social awakening) programs that will “close the gap” between family members.

One of the members who was present at the seminar said, “Through ‘Samaj Prabhodan’ we will reach out to people and tell them the importance and need of a values-based family system and its drawbacks when we don’t follow our family. values.”

“We will also educate them on how a healthy family will help shape young minds and how it will keep them away from materialistic pleasures. Each family has its own story and we are not trying to fit into this space, but we will tell them why we should be responsible for each other in a family. It will help us to live full of positivity. It will also help them understand the family tree, ”he said.

The MP added that family members barely interact with each other in today’s busy life cycle, which he says is not good for society. “For a healthy society, we should have healthy families. We are going to reach out to the people of Bengal to make them understand how the little things in a family can generate a lot of happiness and bonding. It could be a game or a meal together where all family members, including grandparents, will be present, ”he said.

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kindness is the basis of the formation of the family system in Islam https://hilpers.org/kindness-is-the-basis-of-the-formation-of-the-family-system-in-islam/ https://hilpers.org/kindness-is-the-basis-of-the-formation-of-the-family-system-in-islam/#respond Sat, 16 Oct 2021 04:24:55 +0000 https://hilpers.org/kindness-is-the-basis-of-the-formation-of-the-family-system-in-islam/ Dr Ibrahim bin Abdullah Al-Ansari said that the perception of the family in Islam is linked to Islamic faith and law. This is rooted in the verse: {And among His signs, He has created companions for you so that you may find tranquility in them; and He has placed affection and mercy between you. Indeed, […]]]>

Dr Ibrahim bin Abdullah Al-Ansari said that the perception of the family in Islam is linked to Islamic faith and law. This is rooted in the verse: {And among His signs, He has created companions for you so that you may find tranquility in them; and He has placed affection and mercy between you. Indeed, in this are signs for the thinking people.} [Al-Rum: 21]. This verse talks about the signs of Allah in the universe. It shows the miracle of Allah in the universe by mentioning the principle of creation and refers to the family and its formation as the smallest unit of society. This came in his speech yesterday to the “Sharia and Life During Ramadan” program on Al-Jazeera.

The family in Islam is linked to the system of Islamic law, and the Sharia has established all the rules relating to the establishment, protection, preservation and family with great precision.

In view of the Philosophy of Islam In the theory of the formation of the family, Dr Ibrahim Al-Ansari said that Islamic law considers the family as the basis of society, and that this law is based on three axes main; The first is natural and lies in mating, and the second axis is the legislation that controls the process of marriage. The third axis is the goal of establishing the family, which is affection and mercy.

The third axis, which is Love and Compassion, must be the product of the other two axes, because it is the real goal to be achieved by the family, and this is represented in the true love that arises from cohesion and sympathy among family members, and results from the resignation of certain rights in order to sacrifice for the survival of the family, as well as the stopping of the pursuit of individual desires. It is the true love that the noble verse refers to with affection and mercy, and the result that the family achieves after years of sacrifice.

He also pointed out, comparing Islam’s ideal view of true love and the confusion that some young people claim in their thinking about love. He pointed out that young people are confused between desire related to human nature, concepts related to the goal of starting a family and true love, which is what connects the family, not what it begins with. And this is what stays in the family, because the desire can stop with age.

Dr Ibrahim Al-Ansari explained the concern of tolerant Islamic sharia in the family since the beginning of the reflection on the entry of young people to this stage of their life, as Islam guides young men and girls on the right path since they are thinking about marriage. . This is rooted in two famous hadiths, the first is related to choosing a good wife and it was mentioned in the saying of the Prophet, peace be upon him: “A woman can be married for four reasons, for her property. , his rank, his beauty and his religion; so take the one who is religious and prosperous. And another hadith on accepting a man just by asking for a helping hand. This question is understood from his word, peace be upon him: “If someone comes to you whose character and religious commitment you are satisfied with, then marry him (your daughter or gender relative). feminine under your care), because if you do not do that there will be Fitnah in the land and widespread corruption.

He added that these hadiths came in response to the first axis related to desire, but in both hadiths the second axis related to religion is underlined, which contains the controls, and the aim of the two hadiths is to achieve the third axis linked to affection and mercy. And these hadiths, where one looks at the interaction of man while he practices his natural desires, as well as his relationships while he practices legal obligations, the first pillar of this relationship between spouses comes down to dealing with kindness.

The word “al-Ma’ruf” has come up in various Quranic texts restricting the basis for dealing in the system of family formation between spouses. Behind this rule, Al-Ansari pointed out that the frequent repetition of this word in the Quran, while talking about the family, its formation and protection is considered the first basis for establishing the family and raising a successful generation. Examples of this: The verses of Sura Al-Baqarah which speak of family decisions from verse 221 to verse 242 in which the word “al-Ma’ruf” is repeated twelve times, except for synonyms and related words, such as: consultation, consent, credit..etc. This indicates that the pillar of good treatment is the first rule of the family formation system in Islam.

Al-Ansari elaborated on the issue of taking charge of benevolent treatment between spouses, the legal meaning of the concept of “degree”, which was mentioned in the verse of the Almighty: {And because of them [i.e., the wives] is similar to what is expected of them, according to what is reasonable. But the men [i.e., husbands] have a degree on them [in responsibility and authority]} To complete the meaning of the first pillar, he said: “Men have the same obligation as women in all aspects of life, just as a woman must beautify for a man, he must also beautify for her, and the degree mentioned for men in this verse spend for women and family and manage their affairs.

Al-Ansari considered the mentioned degree to be the second rule in the formation of the Muslim family, for if the word is understood and correctly used, then the family lives in permanent goodness and continuous communication, and the function of “degree” does not. not exceed the authority granted to the man or the husband which corresponds to the nature of his creation. The diploma shows its function in resolving disputes if there are any signs. The decision that whoever spends her money is the one who runs the affairs and makes the decisions is not a preference for men over women, but rather the woman can also express her opinion based on what she spends of his money in running the affairs of the house. This “spending and managing the affairs of the house” – as described by the Islamic religion – does not mean authoritarianism and judgment, for decision-making within the family must be made through consultation, affection and mercy. . These pillars are what produce love and help the family to settle in an atmosphere full of mercy, kindness and forgiveness, and it is this family that carries this message to the community, so that the community will be happy. and grow up in a state dominated by mercy, love and kindness.


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Strengthening the Extended Family System in Ghana – Social Welfare https://hilpers.org/strengthening-the-extended-family-system-in-ghana-social-welfare/ Mon, 23 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/strengthening-the-extended-family-system-in-ghana-social-welfare/ Social welfare and community development The Ningo-Prampram district office for social protection and community development called this weekend for strengthening the extended family system in different communities to care for orphans and vulnerable children. Ms Augustina Nartey, Director of Social Protection and Community Development of Ningo-Prampram District, who launched the appeal, said the values ​​of […]]]>
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The Ningo-Prampram district office for social protection and community development called this weekend for strengthening the extended family system in different communities to care for orphans and vulnerable children.

Ms Augustina Nartey, Director of Social Protection and Community Development of Ningo-Prampram District, who launched the appeal, said the values ​​of the Ghanaian extended family are very important in the care of orphans and should be reinforced instead of being abandoned.

Ms. Nartey was speaking at a one-day stakeholder workshop on alternative and parental care for vulnerable children.

The workshop was organized by Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Connexions, Ghana, in collaboration with the Department of Social Protection and Community Development of the Ningo-Prampram District Assembly (NiPDA).

She explained that integrating orphans and vulnerable children into the family instead of putting them in an orphanage would give them the benefit of having a normal family life, which is a vital role in raising the child. a child.

She said that after integrating these children into the context of family care, stakeholders such as churches and mosques, government agencies, traditional authorities, NGOs, opinion leaders, among others, needed to provide the necessary support for caregivers in families to meet their well-being.

She noted that in 2006 a committee on the rights of the child in a report on Ghana recommended that States Parties provide active support for a significant increase in the availability of family type of alternative care.

“In this perspective, a Care Reform Initiative (CRI) was launched in 2007 with the aim of reducing over-reliance on institution-based care systems for vulnerable children and moving towards a range integrated family and community services for children. child care, ”she said.

Ms Nartey said that since the creation of the IRC, more than 85 orphanages have been closed because most of them did not follow the correct procedure to manage the homes.

She said about 80 percent of the children were in orphanages because their parents were poor, not because they were orphans.

Reverend David Kwodwo Ofosuhene, President of OVC Connexions Ghana, explained that they were not against the operation of orphanages as it helps childcare, stressing however the importance of keeping children connected in a safe environment. family-centered society.

Reverend Ofosuhene reiterated that keeping children connected in a family-centered society enables vulnerable and orphaned children to grow up, to stay connected to a family home in the best interests of the child.

He said the workshop aimed to equip stakeholders with the information and awareness needed to understand the importance of deinstitutionalizing care and promoting kinship care.

Mr. David M. Tuglo, Deputy Director of the Ningo-Prampram District Assembly, also highlighted the need for extended family members to embrace these children as part of their family.

Mr. Tuglo also urged participants to facilitate an open dialogue within their communities on kinship care to empower families while promoting the concerns of children in their neighborhood.

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EDITORIAL: Imperial Family System Needs Popular Support To Survive https://hilpers.org/editorial-imperial-family-system-needs-popular-support-to-survive/ https://hilpers.org/editorial-imperial-family-system-needs-popular-support-to-survive/#respond Wed, 11 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/editorial-imperial-family-system-needs-popular-support-to-survive/ A report on the direction of future discussions, compiled last month by a government panel of experts on imperial succession, revealed the difficulty of maintaining a national system relying on a single family to function. The report also exposed the irresponsibility of political leaders who refused to tackle the problem by deliberately withholding discussions for […]]]>

A report on the direction of future discussions, compiled last month by a government panel of experts on imperial succession, revealed the difficulty of maintaining a national system relying on a single family to function.

The report also exposed the irresponsibility of political leaders who refused to tackle the problem by deliberately withholding discussions for nearly a decade.

The panel declined to express its views on allowing women or men of the female line to ascend the chrysanthemum throne.

But he recognized the urgency of securing a sufficient number of members of the Imperial Family and proposed three measures:

(1) Allow female members of the Imperial family to retain their Imperial status even after marrying commoners.

(2) Allow men of the male line of the former branches of the Imperial Family to regain Imperial status by adoption by the Imperial Family.

(3) If these measures prove insufficient, allow men of the male line of the former branches of the Imperial Family to become members of the Imperial Family by law.

The panel will study the pros and cons of each measure and write a report.

Panel says there is a need to keep the current order of succession – Crown Prince Fumihito followed by his son Prince Hisahito – and ensure that the number of Imperial family members is kept at a certain level .

This position is in line with what the Asahi Shimbun claims in its editorials.

However, Proposition 3 amounts to reviving those branches of the imperial family that were stripped of their imperial status as part of the post-war reforms.

The branch members had separated from the Imperial Family proper 600 years ago and had lived as commoners since the end of World War II.

Suddenly bringing them back into the bosom of the Imperial family not only offends public conscience, but also goes against the traditional nature of the Imperial family system.

Some constitutional scholars told the panel hearing that the ruling would violate the Constitution, which prohibits discrimination based on family origin.

The same problem is inherent in Proposition 2.

No individual – a man to be adopted, his parents, and the members of the Imperial Family who adopt him – should ever be forced into an adoption agreement.

The question also remains as to how such an adoption can be reconciled with the current system which does not grant freedom of choice in accession to the throne or abdication of the throne.

These proposals stem from the conviction that imperial succession must forever remain limited to men of the male line of the imperial family.

As long as this remains the case, no one in the Imperial Family, including the potential partner of young Prince Hisahito, will ever be free from the chains of a male heir.

Tradition must be respected. But what tradition is so important if it is to be upheld at the cost of violating human rights and perhaps even the Constitution?

What support can such a tradition gain from the Japanese people today and in the future? Everyone has to think very hard.

Even proposition 1, which is perhaps the easiest to accept, cannot be applied against the will of the women concerned.

Women born into the imperial family, raised on the premise that they will become commoners after marriage, have planned their lives accordingly.

Considering the age of members of the Imperial Family, the government of the Democratic Party of Japan proposed in the fall of 2012 a system that would allow female members to establish their own branch of the Imperial Family upon marriage, something close to proposition n ° 1.

However, successive Liberal Democratic Party administrations of Shinzo Abe and Yoshihide Suga avoided the talks, further aggravating the crisis.

The Constitution defines the emperor as the symbol of the unity of the people. The system cannot survive without the support and understanding of the sovereign people. The government and the Diet must recognize this again in order to face the crisis.

–L’Asahi Shimbun, August 10


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The advantages and disadvantages of the joint family system for women https://hilpers.org/the-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-the-joint-family-system-for-women/ https://hilpers.org/the-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-the-joint-family-system-for-women/#respond Mon, 26 Jul 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/the-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-the-joint-family-system-for-women/ (MENAFN- Tribal News Network) Hudaibia Iftikhar PESHAWAR: Mixed families are extensions of nuclear families where parents, grandparents, children, uncles and aunts live under one roof across generations. The common family system has undoubtedly benefited families with household needs even though some of its members are unemployed, sick and unable to earn a living. I live […]]]>

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PESHAWAR: Mixed families are extensions of nuclear families where parents, grandparents, children, uncles and aunts live under one roof across generations. The common family system has undoubtedly benefited families with household needs even though some of its members are unemployed, sick and unable to earn a living.

I live in a common family system, I spend a lot of time sitting in a living room and tend to eat together, and I am used to sharing things with each other. We have a common relationship of life and respect in our family. We are a total of 15 family members including my uncle, aunt, their five daughters and my own parents and siblings. Being the youngest of my siblings, I used to do less household chores and spend a lot of time blogging and other social activities, although I was sometimes distracted and didn’t couldn’t fully concentrate on my job due to a ton of outcrying at home.

We often sacrifice our needs for other family members as the responsibility for all family members rests on my father’s shoulders as my uncle is unable to earn for his children. My father loves my uncle’s children more than we do because he doesn’t want them to feel inferior. He also expects the same from my brother to treat them like his own sisters and not let them realize that they don’t have their own brother. In today’s world where everyone has their own problems and wants the love and affection of parents, in such a situation, it is not easy to sacrifice happiness for others.

Living in a common family means adapting with all the uncles, aunts and cousins, it does not only mean a group of people living together, but it means that these people are related by blood and choose to live in one. home for many reasons. . Although every coin has two sides, while the common family setup has benefited us, its drawbacks on the other side cannot be ignored.

The importance of a common family system can only be realized when facing problems and seeking help, then the first silent steps will be members of your family. family. When we grow up together, learn together, fight and make up, carry on with their lives, but ultimately when you need someone you know your parents and family will be there for you.

In a common family, the value system becomes a central element. Elders follow certain principles and children can naturally inherit the value system. Children learn the lessons of ethics and mortality under the guidance of the elders and they ensure that family values ​​are not compromised.

One of the benefits of living in a shared family is that children not only receive love and affection from their parents, but other family members support them in all aspects of life as well.

As we observe the drawbacks of the joint family system, we often find that the most common thing we compromise when living in a joint family system is privacy. You can’t make your decisions, but everyone feels it necessary to interfere in your personal affairs. Even a small decision has to be made and get a green signal from every member of the family and this is one of the reasons why single girls think many times before marriage about living in a common family because women face to many limitations and there is less freedom for them while living in a common family. A very small mistake can invite insensitive taunts and ridicule.

Living together in a common family is a difficult task for modern women. It is not easy to give up for others, to take care of loved ones, to cook food for the whole family and to work as servants all day long, but it is also true that happiness is incomplete without them. members of your family, if you take care of your family today, there will be many people behind you during your difficult time tomorrow.

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How the domestic violence bill threatens the family system and parental controls https://hilpers.org/how-the-domestic-violence-bill-threatens-the-family-system-and-parental-controls/ https://hilpers.org/how-the-domestic-violence-bill-threatens-the-family-system-and-parental-controls/#respond Mon, 26 Jul 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/how-the-domestic-violence-bill-threatens-the-family-system-and-parental-controls/ ISLAMABAD: The ambiguous and elusive definition of ‘domestic violence’, as given in the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Bill, 2021, seriously threatens society’s family value system and controls parents on children. There would have been no problem in banning “physical abuse”, which should have been at the center of the bill, to control the tendency […]]]>

ISLAMABAD: The ambiguous and elusive definition of ‘domestic violence’, as given in the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Bill, 2021, seriously threatens society’s family value system and controls parents on children.

There would have been no problem in banning “physical abuse”, which should have been at the center of the bill, to control the tendency to physical torture of women, children, elderly parents, domestic workers or children. other vulnerable people in a household or family. However, by expanding the definition of torture to include “emotional, psychological, verbal and economic” abuse, the bill presents such unlimited scope of interpretation and application that it could ruin the family system and prevent child abuse. parents to fulfill their parental obligations. responsibilities.

The bill was adopted by the National Assembly and later, with some amendments, also approved by the Senate. The bill is now pending before the National Assembly for further approval due to changes made by the Senate. However, following the serious controversy over the bill, Prime Minister Imran Khan decided to refer it to the Council of Islamic Ideology.

Although the CII decides which parts of the bill it deems un-Islamic, there is now a realization within government, including even within the Ministry of Human Rights, that the broad and vague definition of “domestic violence” causes some serious problems for societies and therefore needs to be reviewed.

The Ministry of Human Rights is currently in contact with the CII and is holding a meeting with Council officials for some consensual changes in the bill to make it acceptable to all and primarily focused on physical violence rather than extend it to emotional, psychological, verbal and economic abuse.

What threatens the family system and parental controls is how the bill explains the expanded definition of torture, abuse or violence. Clause 3 (b) of the bill reads as follows:

(b) “emotional, psychological and verbal abuse” is when the aggrieved person suffers from degrading or demeaning behavior on the part of the respondent and includes, but is not limited to: –

(i) repeated exposure of obsessive jealousy causing repeated interference with the victim’s privacy, liberty, integrity and security;

(ii) insults or mockery directed at the injured party;

(iii) threats to cause physical pain to the spouse or other members of the shared household;

(iv) threats of divorce or (contract a) second marriage on unsubstantiated charges of insanity or infertility;

(v) make false allegations about the personality of a female member or any member of the common family;

(vi) willful or negligent abandonment of the injured party;

(vii) criminal harassment;

(viii) harassment or

(ix) compel the wife to cohabit with someone other than the husband.

In view of the above definition, parental controls are seriously threatened if a son or daughter is disciplined, without physical violence or torture, by parents or any other family member against their choice. For example, if he is asked not to go out until late at night, if he has stopped going to parties where there is possible drug and alcohol use, if he is invited to stay home for their welfare, interviewed for the purpose of monitoring what the son or daughter is doing outside the home, etc.

Parents or any other family member could be in trouble if the son or daughter thinks he / she is being abused “emotionally”, “psychologically” or “verbally” by their parents, whose “watch” will become “harassment” “And” “harassment” in accordance with the bill. Parents could be accused of invading the “privacy” and “freedom” of their son or daughter if the son or daughter takes parental disciplinary action in violation of the bill. If a father or mother or older brother or sister scolds a son or daughter, it can also become a crime if the son and daughter take it as “insults or ridicule”.

“Threats to cause physical pain” is also the kind of explanation given in the bill that can be exploited. This means that there is no physical violence, but the simple threat of “I will beat you” could carry a sentence of up to three years in prison. Unfortunately, due to the absence of any character building mechanism in society, verbal abuse is excessively used both in public and in the home. Making it a crime instead of focusing on character building and civilized behavior could be exploited to destroy many families.


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Ulemas reject domestic violence bill as “attack on family system” https://hilpers.org/ulemas-reject-domestic-violence-bill-as-attack-on-family-system/ https://hilpers.org/ulemas-reject-domestic-violence-bill-as-attack-on-family-system/#respond Mon, 19 Jul 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/ulemas-reject-domestic-violence-bill-as-attack-on-family-system/ ISLAMABAD: Religious scholars at a seminar on Sunday rejected domestic violence legislation as an attack on the country’s family system. “The domestic violence bill is a national issue and it is a direct attack on the country’s family system, which will eventually lead to the breakdown of society in this part of the world,” Jamaat-e-Islami […]]]>

ISLAMABAD: Religious scholars at a seminar on Sunday rejected domestic violence legislation as an attack on the country’s family system.

“The domestic violence bill is a national issue and it is a direct attack on the country’s family system, which will eventually lead to the breakdown of society in this part of the world,” Jamaat-e-Islami ( JI) naib ameer and former senator, Professor Muhammad Ibrahim, said at a seminar organized by his party here.

He said the state does not have the right to interfere in the internal affairs of any family and called on people to come out on Constitution Avenue to express strong protest against the non-Islamic legislation and controversial.

Professor Ibrahim pointed out that Dr Shoaib Saddal, in his report, proposed a uniform type of education system for Muslims and non-Muslims.

Regretting that the implementation of the domestic violence bill has started in three provinces, the head of the JI said that articles 227 and 228 also apply to national and provincial assemblies.

Senator Mushtaq Ahmad said that no religious leader supported domestic violence, but, he added, they were never trusted on religious matters on such and other religious issues.

He said that while the head of state has many powers, the head of the family also has some discretion. “The legislation is against the injunctions of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah and it will meet strong resistance from the people if it is put into practice,” he warned.

Other religious scholars including Dr Shahid Rafi, Maulana Khalilur Rehman Chishti, Allama Zahidur Rashidi, Abdul Rashid Muhammadi, Maulana Abdul Qadoos and Zulfiqar Abbasi Advocate also spoke at the seminar.

All religious scholars rejected the bill and insisted on seeking the advice of the Council of Islamic Ideology on all religious matters.


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Injustice, a failing family system responsible for insecurity, according to Okorocha | The Guardian Nigeria News https://hilpers.org/injustice-a-failing-family-system-responsible-for-insecurity-according-to-okorocha-the-guardian-nigeria-news/ https://hilpers.org/injustice-a-failing-family-system-responsible-for-insecurity-according-to-okorocha-the-guardian-nigeria-news/#respond Tue, 27 Apr 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/injustice-a-failing-family-system-responsible-for-insecurity-according-to-okorocha-the-guardian-nigeria-news/ Former Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha attributed the growing insecurity in the country to the injustice and failure of the family system caused by politicians’ indifference to the role of women in nation building. Okorocha said that for Nigeria to step back from current security and economic challenges, women must be empowered and supported in […]]]>

Former Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha attributed the growing insecurity in the country to the injustice and failure of the family system caused by politicians’ indifference to the role of women in nation building.

Okorocha said that for Nigeria to step back from current security and economic challenges, women must be empowered and supported in governance and policy making.

According to Senator representing Imo West, the collapse of family values ​​and the system has given rise to insurgency, banditry and youth unrest, adding that a safe and prosperous society begins with the home.

The former governor, who spoke while receiving an award of excellence from the United Business Women Association of Nigeria and Diaspora, noted that women have a critical role to play in the country’s security by having an impact on children’s moral and family values.

In his words: “A woman is a special creation of God. Women are givers and custodians of life. Nations that ignore their wives are seen as failing nations while nations that make good use of their wives are called developed nations. So if Nigeria is to rise up then we have to turn around and look at the women. If we don’t take the women, we’re going to have very serious problems.

Okorocha added that “if a nation is to do it right, it has to start with the family. It was the bad family system we have today that gave rise to the insurgency and other crimes in the country.

No sane woman who gives birth to a child will allow the child to go astray.

“The problem is, we haven’t taken care of women and we haven’t empowered women. Everything you give a woman is what you get in return. While we men have succeeded in dividing this country along religious and ethnic lines, women have remained a uniting force. As long as we have not given the women of the house the means to give us a good family, as long as our politicians continue on the path of injustice, of insurrection, of kidnappings will never stop ”.

Meanwhile, during the presentation of the award, the president of the association, Ms Nkiruka Madu, said that the former governor had been selected for the award because of his philanthropy, in particular the empowerment of women and the free education for needy children across the country.


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Injustice, a failing family system responsible for insecurity https://hilpers.org/injustice-a-failing-family-system-responsible-for-insecurity/ https://hilpers.org/injustice-a-failing-family-system-responsible-for-insecurity/#respond Mon, 26 Apr 2021 10:41:22 +0000 https://hilpers.org/injustice-a-failing-family-system-responsible-for-insecurity/ By Jonathan Nda-Isaiah Former Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha blamed growing insecurity in the country on injustice and a failing family system caused by politicians’ indifference to the role of women in building the nation. The former governor spoke while receiving an award of excellence from the United Business Women Association of Nigeria and Diaspora. […]]]>

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Former Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha blamed growing insecurity in the country on injustice and a failing family system caused by politicians’ indifference to the role of women in building the nation.

The former governor spoke while receiving an award of excellence from the United Business Women Association of Nigeria and Diaspora.

For Nigeria to pull out of the current security and economic challenges, he said, women must be empowered and supported in governance and policy making.

He said the collapse of family values ​​and system has given rise to insurgency, banditry and youth unrest, adding that a safe and prosperous society begins with the home.

Okorocha noted that women have a vital role to play in the security of the country by having an impact on the moral and family values ​​of children.

He said: “A woman is a special creation of God, women are givers and keepers of life, nations who ignore their wives are seen as failing nations, while nations who make good use of their wives. are called developed nations. So if Nigeria is to rise up then we have to turn around and look at the women. If we don’t take the women with us, we risk serious trouble.

“If a nation is to do it right it has to start with the family, it is the bad family system that we have today that has given rise to the insurgency and other crimes in the country. No sane woman who has given birth to a child will allow the child to go astray.

“The problem is, we haven’t taken care of women and we haven’t empowered women. Everything you give a woman is what you get in return. While we men have succeeded in dividing this country along religious and ethnic lines, women have remained a uniting force.

“Until we give the women of the house the means to give us a good family, as long as our politicians continue on the path of injustice, insurrection, kidnappings will never stop. “

Meanwhile, presenting the award to Okorocha, the association’s president, Ms. Nkiruka Madu, said the former governor was shortlisted for the award because of his philanthropy, particularly the empowerment of women and the free education for needy children across the country.


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Okorocha accuses injustice and failure of the family system of insecurity https://hilpers.org/okorocha-accuses-injustice-and-failure-of-the-family-system-of-insecurity/ https://hilpers.org/okorocha-accuses-injustice-and-failure-of-the-family-system-of-insecurity/#respond Mon, 26 Apr 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://hilpers.org/okorocha-accuses-injustice-and-failure-of-the-family-system-of-insecurity/ Segun Adewole Posted April 26, 2021 Former Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha has said injustice and the failure of the family system is to blame for growing insecurity in Nigeria. He called for the involvement of women in governance and policy making so that the situation in the country is a thing of the past. […]]]>

Former Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha has said injustice and the failure of the family system is to blame for growing insecurity in Nigeria.

He called for the involvement of women in governance and policy making so that the situation in the country is a thing of the past.

Okorocha said this when receiving an award of excellence from the United Businesswomen’s Association of Nigeria and the Diaspora.

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According to him, “A woman is a special creation of God, women are givers and keepers of life, nations who ignore their wives are seen as failing nations while nations who make good use of their wives are called developed nations.

“So if Nigeria is to rise up then we have to turn around and look at the women. If we don’t take the women with us, we’re going to be in very serious trouble ”.

He added: “If a nation is to do it right it has to start with the family, it is the bad family system that we have today that has given rise to the insurgency and other crimes in the world. country. No sane woman who has given birth to a child will allow the child to go astray.

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“The problem is, we haven’t taken care of women and we haven’t empowered women. Everything you give a woman is what you get in return.

“While we men have succeeded in dividing this country along religious and ethnic lines, women have remained a uniting force.

“Until we give the women of the house the means to give us a good family, as long as our politicians continue on the path of injustice, the insurgency and the kidnappings will never stop.”


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