A Typical Muslim Family
Excepts & Pictures reprinted from Vol 1., No.1 (1959) of The Messenger
A family man, he spends quiet evenings at home with his wife, son and
Muslims are famous for their genuine hospitality. They love to visit with
each other and carry the Brotherhood into practice.
Muslim teenagers have no idle time in which to become juvenile
delinquents. The young Muslims value wisdom so greatly, most of their
time is spent in constant study…
A United Family in the peaceful security of their Muslim home. On their
wall is the Muslim flag: “Sun, Moon and Star,” which represents the
“Freedom, Justice and Equality” offered in the Nation of Islam.
The Muslims emphasize the importance of the entire family dining
together. Father always sits at the head of the table. The Muslim father
is greatly loved, respected and obeyed by his wife and children. The
Messenger insists that the Muslim father must also fulfill his role as
family provider and protector.
Muslims shun public places of entertainment, but do much entertaining in
the quite and more wholesome atmosphere of their home. Evenings such as
this are spent discussing ways and means to help unite our people and
enable them to make faster progress economically as well as spiritually.
Always a charming hostess, Sister Sharieff serves cookies and tea to her
The Muslim Sister must keep their homes spotlessly clean at all times.