Family Crisis: Causes And Remedies In Postmodernism (A Research Analysis In The Light Of Holy Quran)

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Dr. Fouzia Batool , Dr. Mohsin Raza , Hussain Ali Hashmi , Umair Arshad , Akhtar Abbas , Dr. Ghulam Safoora


Family is the most fundamental part of a civilization. Only an educated family is capable of ensuring a civilized community. On the other hand, a morally depraved and primitive family may produce a corrupted and wicked society. A family is also the first and most fundamental educational and training institution. As a result, Islam has placed a strong emphasis on a family's foundation and moral training. Islam has provided clear regulations for preserving the family, and these norms are founded on revelations that are completely consistent with human nature. In Islam, the family is regarded as the epicenter of passionate affiliation, protection, and mutual collaboration, and it is here that righteous education and Islamic ultimate values are instilled. Unfortunately, in modern and post-modern societies, this unit of society has experienced widespread crises. The crisis is causing a slew of problems and challenges in human civilizations, including psychological issues, social exploitation, and ethical disarray. This is the culmination of postmodern ideas, social media, western culture, and civilization. It is critical to determine the causes behind the difficulty in order to establish a family structure based on mutual cooperation, fraternity, equity, fair dealings, respect, and reverence. This scientific, critical, and descriptive study examines the effects of postmodernist ideas and concerns on the family structure and proposes a remedy based on the Holy Quran.

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