In this final episode, we discuss the role of Muslim men in society and in the household. Why don't men talk about their mental health? How did the Prophets deal with sadness and sorrow? What are the roles and responsibilities as a son, husband and brother?
GUESTS AND HOSTS
Hosted by Dr Aman and Abdul Wadood.
Shaykh Amer Jamil (https://www.amerjamil.com/) is a Scottish-born Islamic Scholar and co-founder of iSyllabus UK, an educational institute that has taught 7000+ students across 15 UK cities over the last 10 years. He is a specialist in Islamic family law and provides guidance and support for those experiencing family and marital difficulties. He has been described as one of the Scotland’s most prominent and respected Muslim thinkers by the Scottish media.
ABOUT THE SERIES
A 4 part series discussing the unique challenges of raising young Muslim boys and men in our society. We examine the expectations placed on them by society; differences in how boys and girls are raised; ‘toxic masculinity’, chivalry and manhood.
Originally broadcast in Ramadhan 2019 on Radio Ramadhan Glasgow, now known as RR365 (http://www.rr365.co.uk).
Episode 1 - The Early and Formative years with guests Shaykh Amer Jamil (Islamic scholar), an Educational Psychologist, General Practitioner and parent.
Episode 2 - Concept of masculinity, chivalry in Islam and 'what makes a man?'
Episode 3 - Emotional and mental health in men
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