• Philosophy
    competent which was stated in the philosophy that means the importance of valid and non-valid reasoning where it need for good work and systematic work procedures. In my opinion, such philosophy is great and compatible for our country, Malaysia which is predominantly a Muslim, multiracial and multi...
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  • gggggggggg
    in position of authority among you.” [4:59] In this ayat Almighty ALLAH himself is saying that you should follow those who are in authority among you. Means one should give respect to his superiors and follow his directions. Just like a Muslim in Mosque do when he offer his prayer Ba-jammat. He...
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  • Islam
    Muslim Philosophy By Peter Pan Philosophy 2010 November 11, 2005 Muslim Philosophy Islam is based on the Koran a revelation from God to the prophet Muhammad supplemented by the Sunnah which is a set of traditions about Muhammad's words and deeds. Muslims recognize Judaism and...
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  • The Kaba-Visual Art
    =154&chapter=1) Most importantly, Muslims from throughout the world turn to Ka’ba, while praying. It is called the Qibla for all the Monotheists. This proves the unity and faith of all the Muslims. In mosques Qibla is a shallow depth in the wall; this shallow depth or the niche is called the...
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  • The Rise of Islamism in the 20th Century
    give the Muslim community a sense of unity. Islamism is by now a powerful force. It runs governments in Iran, Sudan, and Afghanistan. It is an important force of opposition in Algeria, Egypt, Turkey, Lebanon, and the Palestinian authority. The paper at hand is going to analyze what conditions...
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  • Nationalism and Its Discontents
    friendliness, their sophistication, and their apparent unity," but this apparent unity was soon going to turn friends against one another and split inter-ethic families that were once known as Yugoslavs, not merely as Serbs, Croats or Muslims. When Bosnia put a proposal forth to the EC (European Council...
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  • Jinnah
    had produced during the first half of the century, an `ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity, a great constitutionalist, a distinguished parliamentarian, a top-notch politician, an indefatigable freedom-fighter, a dynamic Muslim leader, a political strategist and, above all one of the great nation-builders...
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  • Art Paper 4
    the beginning of the dedication that Muslims show to worship God. Peace is a given representation of Islam seeing as “Islam” itself actually means peace. Dedication, peace, strength, and unity will be the four concepts in which I base the building of the mosque upon. There have been...
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  • Ideology of Pakistan
    arouse the national dignity and struggles for unity among Muslim Ummah and Islamic rule is in fact Ideology of Pakistan. 3. Two-Nation Theory on the basis of Islamic Philosphy in political and cultural background of Sub-continent is called ideology of Pakistan. 4. Ideology of Pakistan is actually...
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  • Isalam/Muslim
    /muslims. 1) The profession of the unity of God and the prophethood of Muhammad. One cannot accept the unity of God and not accept the prophethood of Muhammad who was considered to be the messenger of God or Allah.      2) Prayer or salat is to be observed five times daily: at dawn, at noon...
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  • Quaid-E-Azam
    assured that the league was devoted to the political emancipation of India. There was no place for Muslims in the congress. By then he joined All India Muslim League. "Ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity”. Jinnah endeavors to bring about the political union of Hindus and Muslims earned him the title...
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  • The Druze
    …accept the unity of God/submit to the will of God * Similarities of Muslim and Druze * Circumcision of boys * Engagement * Marriage * Death * Notice that these are public events; the Druze do not follow the Koran but recite the holy book in public out of...
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  • Racial Tension and Religious Places of Worship
    Racial Tension and Religious Places of Worship: Location, Location, Location! In 2010 an issue arose in the state of Selangor regarding non-Muslims and the building of their places of worship. The state had made a decision to disallow the construction of non...
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  • Mahatama Gandhi
    Mother India. Truth and nonviolence were his two great weapons. He worked for Hindu-Muslim unity. On January 30, 1948, he was shot dead by Nathu Ram Godse when he was returning after prayer. The whole world mourned at his death. He is no more with us, but his life and philosophy will continue to...
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  • The Formation of Islamic Art
    : Muhammad's proclamation of the Qu'ran. The Arab community developed a sense of unity as Muslims, or "submitters" to God. The new civilization was sustained by older diverse cultures that were militarily invaded and yet accepted the new vision of Islamic society. The origins of Islam centered in the city of...
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  • Lucknow Pact
    . The agreement was confirmed by the annual sessions of the Congress and the League in their annual session held at Lucknow on December 29 and December 31, 1916 respectively. Sarojini Naidu gave Jinnah, the chief architect of the Lucknow Pact, the title of “the Ambassador of Hindu-Muslim Unity”. The...
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  • Islam
    Subcontinent • Muslims transferred traded items throughout the world • Preserved learning of ancient civilizations • Arabic = international language of educated, b/c Muslim philosophy, literature, math, & science. Desert Town: The Arabian world and birth of Islam • Arabian peninsula unlikely place...
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  • Business
    • Late 11th century: Ghana’s rulers converted to Islam • 1087 death of Abu-Bakr, southern Almoravid unity declined as many from army went north The Muslim states of north Africa, 1100-1500 • Wealth and power corrupted northern Almoravids • 1140s reaction: ’Abd...
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  • Hajj
    represent the unity of all Muslims and they are all equal as humans. 2. In Mekka, pilgrims circle the Kaaba shrine (a big black cube) seven times counterclockwise in a ritual known as the tawaf. It has been proved scientifically that everything in the universe circles around a main center in anti...
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  • how sawm shows devotion to god
    in their unity with each other and their community, and display their gratitude to God for being given the words of the Qur'an. Through increased devotion, Muslims feel closer to their Creator, and recognize that everything we have in this life is a blessing from Him. Traditions (Hadith) succinctly...
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