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PostSubject: The Civilised Family System By Sayyid Qutb   Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:32 pm

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

By Sayyid Qutb

If the family is the basis of the society, and
the basis of the family is the division of labour between husband and
wife, and the upbringing of children is the most important function of
the family, then such a society is indeed civilised. In the Islamic
system of life, this kind of a family provides the environment under
which human values and morals develop and grow in the new generation;
these values and morals cannot exist apart from the family unit. If, on
the other hand, free sexual relationship and illegitimate children
become the basis of a society, and if the relationship between man and
woman is based on lust, passion and impulse, and the division of work is
not based on family responsibility and natural gifts; if the role of
women is merely to be attractive, sexy and flirtatious, and if women are
freed from their basic responsibility of bringing up children; and if,
on her own or under social demand, she prefers to become a hostess or a
stewardess in a hotel or ship or air company, thus using her ability for
material productivity rather than the training of human beings, because
material production is considered to be more important, more valuable
and more honourable than the development of human character, then such a
civilisation is 'backward' from the human point of view, or 'jahili' in
Islamic terminology.

The family system and the relationship between
the sexes determine the whole character of a society and whether it is
backward or civilised, jahili or Islamic. Those societies which give
ascendance to physical desires and animalistic morals cannot be
considered civilised, no matter how much progress they may make in
industry or science. This is the only measure which does not err in
guarding true human progress.

In all modern jahili societies, the meaning of
'morality' is limited to such an extent that all those aspects which
distinguish man from animal are considered beyond its sphere. In these
societies, illegitimate sexual relationships even homosexuality, are not
considered immoral. The meaning of ethics is limited to economic
affairs or sometimes to political affairs which fall into the category
of 'government interests'.

Among jahili societies, writers and journalists
advise both married and unmarried people that free sexual relationships
are not immoral. However, it is immoral if a boy uses his partner, or a
girl uses her partner, for sex, while feeling no love in his or her
heart. It is bad if a wife continues to guard her chastity while her
love for her husband has vanished; it is admirable if she finds another

From the point of view of 'human' progress, all such societies are not civilised but are backward.

The line of human progress goes upward from
animal desires toward higher values. To control the animal desires, a
progressive society lays down the foundation of a family system in which
human desires find satisfaction, as well as providing for the future
generation to be brought up in such a manner that it will continue the
human civilisation, in which human characteristics flower to their full
bloom. Obviously a society which intends to control the animal
characteristics, while providing full opportunities for the development
and perfection of human characteristics, requires strong safeguards for
the peace and stability of the family, so that it may perform its basic
task free from the influences of impulsive passions. On the other hand,
if in a society immoral teachings and poisonous suggestions are rampant,
and sexual activity is considered outside the sphere of morality, then
in that society the humanity of man can hardly find a place to develop.

Thus, only Islamic values and morals, Islamic
teachings and safeguards, are worthy of mankind, and form this
unchanging and true measure of human progress, Islam is the real
civilisation and Islamic society is truly civilised.

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