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In Islam, a husband is required to treat his wife with affection, respect her feelings, and show her kindness and consideration.
Scores of Qur'anic verses, and dozens of Ahadith of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) can be cited in support of the belief on the "finality of prophethood". To reproduce all the Qur'anic verses and the Ahadith supporting this belief would be beyond the scope of this short article. By way of example, a single verse, some Ahadith and the explanations of the scholars follow, leaving no doubt concerning the issue of the finality of prophethood.
Founder of the first Darul Uloom in South Africa) (At the time of going to press, the sad news of Hazrat Maulana's demise was received. This report which was written in Maulana's lifetime was changed to reflect this sad reality.)
Factors contributing to his universal acclaim and acceptance
As Muslims we need to turn to Allah Ta'ala at all times for His help and guidance. Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) has graced us with many supplications (Duas) as a constant reminder of Allah Ta'ala and the hereafter.
Allah Ta'ala perfected the Deenul Islam by the revelation of the Noble Quran and the beautiful Sunnah of Nabi r. In this way, the life of this world and the Hereafter has been fully explained to us.
Luqman (AS) is a well-known sage, whose advice to his son has been mentioned in the Noble Qur'an. Luqman's advice contains rare wisdom. The Qur'an contains ten precious advices Luqman (AS) offered his beloved son.
Covering the head

Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) would always cover his head when eating.
It needn't be the case, just follow the directions to achieve great results every time and perform well, Insha Allah
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