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Title: مفهوم القوامة في المجتمع الصومالي المعاصر : دراسة تحليلية في ضوء القرآن والسنة
Transliterated Titles: Mafhum al-qiwamah fi al-mujtama' al-Sumali al-mu'asir : dirasah tahliliyah fi daw' al-Qur'an wa-al-sunnah
Authors: علي، رحمة قاسم
Qassim, Abdurahman Rahma
Supervisor: Sofiah Samsuddin, Ph.D
Year: 2021
Publisher: Kuala Lumpur : Kulliyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia, 2021
Abstract in English: This research’s topic revolves around a sensitive and strange issue that usually causes an imbalance in the family bonding and undermines stewardship in Somali society, which is leaving the maintenance of the family to the women due to lack of supporters and carer for them. Therefore, it makes the highest population of women in that society engage in different kinds of jobs, giving them the power to control homes and society. The researcher adopts the inductive research methodology to gather pieces of evidence on the custodian of stewardship and how to control the family from the word of Allah and the sayings of the prophet Muhammad, as well as books and articles are written by Somali scholars and researchers and United Nation report regarding the women guardianship in Somali society. The researcher also adopts an analytical method to analyse the texts gathered from the texts related to the topic, and followed by an interview, which is used to collect data related to the topic from nine respondents; four among them are elites, another four are laymen, and the president of (Somali Scholars Association). Then the researcher analyses the interview and derive the effects of misunderstanding the stewardship on the Somali community. In conclusion, the research finds that the civil war is one of the factors that contributed to strengthening women stewardship in the Somali community and that the Somali men misunderstood the true meaning of guardianship due to a lack of deep understanding of it. The researcher also observed that addiction of men to the “khat weed” is another factor that contributes to the men unseriousness in the Somali community and results in family separation. Hence, it leads Somali women to go out for work and get more power over the men, which causes emotional and educational deprive for Somali children, and consequently leads to the behavioural deviation in them. It is also found through the research that lack of state’s security and protection for women, absence of a tangible family regulation, loss of moral supports from religious scholars, and government’s failure to employ the competent and qualified children of the Somali women worsen the issue of the custodian of family maintenance and control in the Somali community.
Kullliyah: Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences
Programme: Master of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Herritage (Qur'an and Sunnah)
Appears in Collections:KIRKHS Thesis

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