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The Other

Author : Fathi Uthman
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God has created humankind with a disposition towards diversity. Individuals and societies are distinct based on the objective environmental circumstances of the time and place in which they live, their own subjective motivations, and the interaction between the two elements. However, human beings - in all their diversity - are equal in their human origin. Religious faith cannot mean exclusive and permanent rightness for a certain individual or group, and the opposite for all "others." After all, human beings have their free will and intellect, and no human is errorless, except those individuals who were entrusted by God to convey His message to people, and were protected by Him against making any error in delivering that divine message. This book represents a comprehensive ijtihad on the subject of "The Other" within an Islamic framework. The Arabic word "ijtihad" means the practice of the greatest possible intellectual effort to interpret and implement the divine guidance. This includes considering the sources in their entirety and recognizing their structure and their inter-relations. Our hope is that this book will enhance the understanding of the Islamic conceptualization of relations between the rulers and the ruled, the haves and the have-nots, the national and the universal, different genders and generations, and Muslims and non-Muslims. Book jacket.

The Concept of Monotheism in Islam and Christianity

Author : Hans Köchler
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Concept of Momotheism in Islam & Christianity

The Concept of Belief in Islamic Theology

Author : Toshihiko Izutsu
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Concepts of Islam Simplified

Author : Abu Mustafa Zakariya
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Islam is not just 5 Pillars. It is comprehensive guidance for all mankind for all generations for all time. Covering every aspect of life, it ranges far beyond the outward rituals, informing your attitude to this life and the next. This book aims to make abstract Islamic concepts practical and easy to understand. In addition, it answers the wide-ranging questions that many young people and adults ask. Exploring controversial topics such as sharia law, hijab and jihad, it also explains, clearly and simply, deeper questions, such as the existence of God and how we know Islam is the right religion. How do we know there is a God? Who created the Creator? How do we know that Islam is the right religion? How do we turn our daily lives into worship? Why do we pray? Are women oppressed in Islam? Why do women need to wear the hijab (headscarf)? What is sharia law? And what is jihad? Ideal for parents, teachers, teenagers and anyone wanting to understand what it means to live Islam. This is a must have for every home. Abu Mustafa Zakariya is a health sector professional and a youth worker in the Islamic community. His background is one of science, including research, and he holds multiple degrees and diplomas including a higher research doctorate degree. He is settled in the UK with his wife and children. Abu Mustafa is a student of Islamic knowledge. He has studied with authentic, erudite, classical scholars with whom he continues his learning. This book is a summary of his journey so far, explaining essential knowledge to the reader in a way that's easy to grasp.

The Concept of Administrative Accountability in Islam

Author : Dr. Riaz Mahmood
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The Concept of Knowledge in Islam

Author : Mohd. Nor Wan Daud (Wan.)
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The Concept of State and Law in Islam

Author : Farooq Hassan
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A timely work which highlights the far-reaching implications of the creation of Islamic States for both Muslims and the international community.

The Concept of Peace in Judaism Christianity and Islam

Author : Georges Tamer
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The eighth volume of the series "Key Concepts of Interreligious Discourses" investigates the roots of the concept of "peace" in Judaism, Christianity and Islam and its relevance for the present time. Facing present violent conflicts waged and justified by religious ideas or reasons, peace building prevails in current debates about religion and peace. Here the central question is: How may traditional sources in religions help to put down the weapons and create a society in which everyone can live safely without hostilities and the threat of violence? When we take the Sacred Scriptures of Judaism, Christianity and Islam into consideration it becomes obvious that the term "peace" and its equivalents in Hebrew, Greek and Arabic describe, at first, an ideal state based on the "love" / "mercy" of God to his creation. It is a divine gift that brings inward peace to the individuum and outer peace resting upon justice and equality. One main task of Jews, Christian and Muslims in the history is to find out how to bring down this transcendent ideal upon earth. The volume presents the concept of "peace" in its different aspects as anchored in the traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It unfolds commonalities and differences between the three monotheistic religions as well as the manifold discourses about peace within these three traditions. The book offers fundamental knowledge about the specific understanding of peace in each one of these traditions, their interdependencies and their relationship to secular world views.

Concept of Islam

Author : Mahmoud Abu-Saud
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Modern Islam

Author : G. E. Von Grunebaum
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This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1962.

Isl m the Concept of Religion and the Foundation of Ethics and Morality

Author : Muhammad Naguib Al-Attas (Syed.)
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The Concept of Labour in Islam

Author : K̲h̲alīlurraḥman
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The Concept of Man in Islam

Author : Ali I. Othman
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The Concept of Bid ah in Islam

Author : Ziaul Huq Qutubuddin
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The Concept of Human Rights in Islam and Its Relevance to the Movement for Self determination by the Muslims in the Southern Philippines

Author : Mehol K. Sadain
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The Islamic Concept Of Animal Slaughter

Author : Qazi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi
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Islam Experience of the Holy and Concept of Man

Author : Gustave Edmund Grunebaum
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The Concept of State in Islam

Author : Javid Iqbal
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Islam a Concept of Political World Invasion by Muslims

Author : R. V. Bhasin
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Knowledge Triumphant

Author : Franz Rosenthal
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In "Knowledge Triumphant," Franz Rosenthal observes that the Islamic civilization is one that is essentially characterized by knowledge ("'ilm"), for "ilm is one of those concepts that have dominated Islam and given Muslim civilization its distinctive shape and complexion." There is no branch of Muslim intellectual and daily life that remained untouched by the all-pervasive attitude towards 'knowledge' as something of supreme value for Muslim being. With a new foreword by Dimitri Gutas.