Excerpt from The Quranic Foundations and Structure of Muslim Society, Vol. 2
Part II. Duties Of Condition Towards Other Individuals Chapter I Duties To Relatives And To Non-Relatives Belonging To Ones Home Duties Towards Parents Duties Towards Ones Offspring Respective Duties Of Husband And Wife Duties Towards Relatives In General Duties Towards Domestic Servants Chapter II. Duties In Respect Of Age And Rank. 219 Chapter III. Duties To Particular Categories Of Non- Relatives. -. 221Duties Towards Neighbours Duties Towards Friends And Associates Duties Towards Orphans Duties Towards Widows Duties Towards The Needy And The Destitutes Duties Towards Guests And Wayfarers Duties Towards Slaves Chapter IV. Duties Towards Muslims As Muslims. 255 Chapter V.Duties Towards Non-Muslims As Non- Muslims. 263Duties Towards All Non-Muslims Irrespective Of Their Being Friendly Or Inimical Particular Attitude Towards Those Non- Muslims Who Are Either Friendly Or Neutral Particular Attitude Towards Those Non- Muslims Who Are Active Enemies Of Islam And Muslims Part ffl. Duties In Respect Of Manners Chapter I. Religious Manners. 281Chapter II. Personal And Social Manners. 291 Book. Duties Relating To The Societal Whole Part I. Duties Of The Individual Towards The Muslim Society Chapter I.