Imam Zayn al-'Abidin's `Treatise on Rights' is the only work attributed to him other than supplications or relatively short sayings and letters. The `Treatise on Rights' elaborates on a well-known saying of the Prophet, which has been transmitted in a rather large number of versions, because he repeated it in many different contexts.
The information in this manual is based on the authentic and original sources of the teachings of the Prophet (s) and his Ahlul Bayt (as), on the topics of marriage, sexual etiquette and the proper steps in order to conceive and raise good Muslim children.
The book has plenty more tips including akhlaqi tips and advice on how to instill love for Allah and the Ahlulbayt in our children.
Outlines general rights of women with special emphasis to marriage. Some of the areas covered are marriage proposal, engagement, temporary marriage, modernity, dowry, inheritance, divorce and polygyny.
Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan was one of the Muslims who used to get upset if someone killed an ant ascending to power but after taking power he spent his life killing Muslims. Like Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan, Ubaydullah ibn Ziyad had the Shias of Ali (as) and other Muslim leaders captured and put to death. He is renowned for the fact that before killing them he use to inflict them with torturous wound like cutting their arm and legs on opposite sides and putting hot iron into their eyes.
In this book, the author has explained the reasons for the sexual problems being faced by the Muslim youth. He talks about the impediments to marriage and the sexual perversions that result in the youth being unmarried. Lastly, he presents advice on how to deal with this problem.