THE RELEVANCE OF QS. AN-NUR: 31 AND AL-AHZAB: 59 IN EDUCATING GIRLS

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: Yurianah Yurianah(1*), Husin Husin(2), Mahmudin Mahmudin(3),

(1) Amuntai Collage of Quranic Science, South Kalimantan
(2) Amuntai Collage of Quranic Science, South Kalimantan
(3) Amuntai Collage of Quranic Science, South Kalimantan
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Educating girls is an obligation mandated by Allah SWT to parents from birth to marriage. Among the commands of the Koran to women in terms of clothing and relationships are in Surah an-Nur verse 31 and al-Ahzab verse 59. The purpose of this study is to describe the relevance of QS. an-Nur: 31 and al-Ahzab: 59 in educating girls. This study uses a library research method with a qualitative approach with revelatory-textual research types, and data is collected by means of documentation, then a descriptive analysis of the problems in educating girls is carried out, then correlated with Surah an-Nur: 31 and al-Ahzab: 59. QS. an-Nur verse 31 and al-Ahzab verse 59 so that children maintain their eyes and genitals, cover their genitals, and repent, by paying attention to the character of educators and methods of educating. This study is useful for understanding how to educate girls in socializing and dressing

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Educate, Children, Women, Dress

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