Importance Of Muslim Unity Essays and Term Papers

  • Muslim Community

    that unity of the Muslim Ummah is very important. He tells us not to be divided and to hold tightly to the teachings of the Qur'an. Unfortunately we Muslims have divided ourselves into different sects. We bicker over trite issues that hold no meaning and do not benefit the Ummah in any way. Muslims have...

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  • Unity of Muslim

    Special Top position of the Islamic World Muslim world, with almost a billon and a half population, and so many features of climate and geography, and natural and human resources, can establish a great and united society. The pocket of Western colonialism is continuously getting filled from this...

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  • The One Ummah

    religion of unity - even more, it is a uniting faith, with the full meaning of this word. It stands for the unity of gods into one real God: Allah; for the unity of all mes¬sengers and Prophets in their message into one basic message: LA ILAHA ILA ALLAH (There is no God but Allah); for the unity of the spiritual...

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  • Unity and Islam

    Jafri Unity is strength. When the sand grains unite they become a vast desert. When the sea drops unite they become a boundless ocean. The conglomeration of stars in the firmament of sky soothes our eyes. The seven colors emerge in the shape of a bewitching rainbow. The unity of people makes...

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  • An Unfair Punishment

    of sura al-baqara, a Madni sura. It begins with the expression of the shahada (declaration of oneness of God) and then elaborates various aspects of unity of God that make him matchless God is fee from all weaknesses and limitations, has perfect knowledge of all times, is not dependent on anyone for his...

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  • History

    After World War I, the Ottoman Empire faced dismemberment and At this critical juncture, when the Muslims of the Sub-continent had no sovereign ruler of their own, they began to see the necessity of recognizing the Sultan of Turkey as their caliph. The Caliphate is an Islamic system of governance in...

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  • Allam Iqbal

    an aim according to which human beings planned about their future. The Ideology of Pakistan The Ideology of Pakistan was the consciousness of the Muslims in the historical perspective of the south Asian sub-continent that they were a separate nation on the basis of the Islamic ideology. No doubt Islamic...

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  • urdu asa basis of national unity

    language is URDU. URDU- THE NATIONAL LANGUAGE OF PAKISTAN Urdu is our national language. It has played an importyant role in the articulation of muslim culture in South East Asia.It has been rightly said that urdu had been the a symbol, an issue and a weapon in our struggle for independence. The 1973...

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  • Study

    THE UNITY OF UMMAH AS THE ESSENCE OF MUSLIM POWER: A STUDY OF MUSLIM HISTORY IN SOUTH EAST ASIA By Dr. Ali B. Panda As Keynote Speaker, I delivered this paper during the “International Seminar on the theme: Khilafat as a Key Solution to the Muslim World Crises and the Need for Liberating Al-Aqsa”...

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  • Unity of Muslim Ummah

    Unanimous faith of every Muslim on One Allah, His Messenger (Muhammad PBUH) as last prophet, Holy Quran and Sunnah/Hadith of Prophet became a binding force bringing together people of different region as one Ummah. However, anti-Islamic force couldn’t swallow this growing religion and unity among them considering...

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  • The Two Nation Theory

    Ideology --- Two Nation Theory Sir Syed --- Quaid --- Iqbal Introduction: i) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan: The man who spoke first the Muslims as a “nation” in the modern times was none other than Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. In 1867, he said: “I am convinced that both these nations will not join whole heartedly in...

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  • gggggggggg

    Just like a Muslim in Mosque do when he offer his prayer Ba-jammat. He follows the directions and commands given to him by Imam. In this way when every one respect and obey the directions of those who are in command organization can work properly without any hindrance. 4. Unity of command: Every...

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  • Hira

    social aspects and yet in a clear and chronological flow chart he describes how the three main problems of nation were the division and lack of unity in the Muslim League, problem of the feudal lords and the religious interference. Hamza Alavi begins his article with Jinnah’s words, the most effective ones...

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  • Islam Culture

    During the sermon, the Imam discussed the importance of Muslim unity within our community. He emphasized that it was important to keep the unity throughout all political events arising in our nation and abroad. He mentioned how important it is for a Muslim to maintain his or her identity. He addressed...

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  • Unity of Muslims

    All Muslims know the value and importance of uniting the Muslims around the world. We have read and heard many times the famous verse from Surah Al-i-Imran, " And hold fast all together by the rope which Allah (stretches out for you) and be not divided among yourselves; and remember with gratitude Allah's...

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  • Islam

    But unlike what is usually common, there is also an underlying unity that flows through the entire Muslim community. Muslims show this on a personal, one-on-one level, but also even at the global level, when Muslim countries help other Muslim countries. And as a whole, the tradition of Islam balances...

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  • Muhammad Ali Jinnah

    bearer of Hindu-Muslim Unity and he zealously worked to achieve his aim. At the end of second decade of 20th century, the indifferent behavior of Congress forced Jinnah to change his political approach toward sub-continent. Thereafter he emerged as an auspicious leader of the Muslim community in India...

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  • Election 2013

    Hours: 1 (1-0) DVM 1 OUTLINE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Separate Recognition of Muslims Condemnation of Western Democratic Concepts Concept of separate Muslim State Commendation of Idea of Single Nation Concept of Two Nation Theory Eradication of Racial & Regional Prejudices...

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  • geo strategic importance pakistan

    22 January 2014 GEO-STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN 1 Shafiq -Ur-Rehman Lecturer Of I.R  WHAT IS GEO-STRATEGY?  GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF PAKISTAN  GEO-STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF PAKISTAN 1. PROXIMITY OF GREAT POWERS 2. GATEWAY TO CENTRAL ASIA 3. SIGNIFICANCE...

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  • Islamic Art Is Intended to Suggest but Not to Portray the Divine Presence

    other cultures. The main reason for this difference is that the subjects of Islamic art are strictly controlled by the religious beliefs held by Muslims. Any Muslim artist must work within strict guidelines, largely set out in the Qur'an, when producing any work of art. These guidelines define what is acceptable...

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