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Two Women and a Man


Author(s): Amina Bint al-Huda

Translator(s): M. N. Sultan

Publisher(s): Islamic Thought Foundation

Category: Youth

Topic Tags: letters sisters Islam reasoning Bint al Huda Islam a way of life short story

Appearance: 39 p

Congress Classification: PJA4874

Dewey decimal classification: 892/736

National bibliography number: 968144


سرشناسه : صدر، بنت الهدی، 1979-1939م.

Sadr, Bent al-Hoda

عنوان و نام پديدآور : Two women and a man/ by Bint al -Huda.; translated by M. N. Sultan

مشخصات نشر : Tehran: Islamic Thought Foundation, 1989= 1368.

مشخصات ظاهری : 39ص.

يادداشت : دو زن و یک مرد.

آوانویسی عنوان : تو ویمی...

شناسه افزوده : سلطان، م. ن.

شناسه افزوده : بنیاد اندیشه اسلامی

رده بندی کنگره : PJA4874

رده بندی دیویی : 892/736

شماره کتابشناسی ملی : 968144

Short Biography of the Author

Amina Haider Al-Sadr, the famous Muslim author also known as Bint Al-Huda played a significant role in creating Islamic awareness among the Muslim women of Iraq. She was in her twenties when she began writing articles in Al-Adhwa, the Islamic magazine printed by the religious intellectuals of Al-Najaf (Iraq) in 1379 (1959).

Bint Al-Huda grew up with a serious love of learning. She became aware of the Muslim women’s sufferings and the great disasters that were damaging Islamic ideology in her country.

In 1400 (1980) the religious leader Baqir Al-Sadr and his sister Bint Al-Huda were arrested. After three days of unimaginable torture, they were murdered by the tyrannical Iraqi regime. Islam suffered a great loss when these two Muslim personalities were killed in cold blood.

Two Women and a Man


Rihab sat alone, musing to herself about the recent events that had taken place within her home. "….everything is over. Hasanat has achieved happiness, having decided upon a harmonious future for herself. All the guests have left after celebrating the happy occasion with Hasanat, whose finger is now embellished with an engagement ring. She has got the man of her dreams and is now thinking of her future happy marriage. Everyone left, praising the bride and groom. What bothers me most is that I now have to go to my

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