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Lanise A. Middleton
What is Islam? The word Islam comes from an Arabic root word meaning, “Peace and Submission”. The religion instills that one will discover peace by submitting to Allah totally with all your heart. Islam is the 2nd largest religion in the world. There are over 1.6 billion followers. Islam is a monotheistic faith along with Christianity and Judaism. Followers of Islam are called Muslims. And as followers of Islam, Muslims have basic beliefs that they believe in:
Faith in unity of Allah (God)
Faith in Angels
Faith in Prophets
Faith in the books of Revelation
Faith in the afterlife
Faith in destiny
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“No part of the world…is more hopelessly and systematically and stubbornly misunderstood by us than that complex religion, culture and geography known as Islam”(Smith 221). Islam has been an established religion for over 1400 years, originating around the beginning of 600 AD (Robinson). Robinson also states that Islam’s religious definition means “voluntary submission to God” and is also commonly known to be defined as peace or submission. The Five Pillars of Islam, which are considered to be the foundations of Muslim life, are the confession of faith, prayer, alms, fasting, and pilgrimage (Robinson). By learning what the Five Pillars of Islam are one will be able to gain an understanding
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Between 1000 C.E. and 1750 C.E., Islam had a great impact on Europe, which affected it politically, economically and culturally. Islam brought and took political power to/from the Church and king through the crusades, affected the economy through new innovations, and finally affected Europe’s society and culture through the Renaissance. Islam absolutely affected Europe in both positive and negative ways, but without a doubt changed the whole order of things for the continent.
The Crusades started in 1095, once pope Urban II demanded all the nations in Europe to unite for a single cause. Before this point, Europe had never really been
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The Five Pillars of Islam are the basic spiritual practices required on all Muslims. They were taught by theologians after the death of the Prophet Muhammad as the actions was defined on what it meant to be a member of the Muslim community. The first pillar of Islam is the Shahadah to believe in and to profess the unity of God and the messenger-ship of Muhammad: “There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God,” to which Shi’ites add “and ’Ali is the Master of the believers.” The Second pillar of Islam is the Salaat which is the performance of a continual round or prayers. For five times a day they are to perform ablutions with water or with sand/dirt if water is not available
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Table of Contents
Allah is Only the God of Islam.........................................................................................................3
The Holy War of Jihad.....................................................................................................................3
Slavery is Acceptable......................................................................................................................4
72 Virgins in Paradise for a Martyr
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University of Phoenix Material
Write a 1- to 2-paragraph response for each of the following.
1. Explain the basic Buddhist teachings including the three marks of reality, the Four Noble Truths, and the Noble Eightfold Path.
The three marks of reality are;
1) Change – The only thing constant in life is change.
2) No Permanent Identity- As humans we are made up of several different parts and we are constantly changing never to remain the same as we once were.
3) Suffering- To live life is to suffer and experience sorrow; we can never be satisfied because of life’s avoidable
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syariah ini boleh di aplikasikan bagi mengukuhkan perhubungan antara etnik.
Menjaga agama dalam konteks hubungan etnik adalah memastikan kedudukan Islam sebagai agama bagi Persekutuan hendaklah sentiasa terpelihara. Bagi mewujudkan kefahaman dan kesaksamaan antara kaum dan agama, kita tidak boleh mengetepikan kedudukan dan kepentingan Islam sebagai agama Negara demi untuk menjaga hubungan antara etnik, ataupun atas dasar toleransi beragama, maka kita menerima konsep pluralisme agama atau menyamakan semua agama atau melihat bahawa tidak ada mana-mana agama yang mempunyai kebenaran yang tetap, yakni sebahagian kebenaran itu juga dimiliki oleh agama lain.
Hal ini bermakna, umat Islam wajib
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|Introduction: An overview of the course. What is Politics, Manifestation |Moten & Islam (2009): 3-22, 40-53. |
| |and Transmission of Politics, Political, Power, Influence and Authority, | |
| |Authority and legitimacy in Islam. Moral basis in politics. | |
|2 |Political Science: Nature, Scope and Development of the subject. |Moten & Islam (2009): 23-39 |
| |The Evolution of Political Science: Ancient, Medieval Modern and |Shively (2003): 2-15
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1. How has Islam shaped conceptions of music for the peoples of the Middle East?
In the Middle East, Islam is not just a religion; it is a way of life. Islam’s influence spread in the Middle East music conceptions. For example, the Arabic scale is strongly melodic, based around various maqamat or modes. Also, Mann explains that “under the wide rule of Islam, vulgar lyrics and suggestive dancing by women became illegal. Much post-Islamic music is used in ceremonial dance and recreation. (Mann)” In the Middle East, people may hear their songs of praise and prayer. The “World Music: A global Journey, says that “in addition to being suspicious of the sensual aspects of music Islamic aesthetics
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• In the last days of the Prophet’s life some misguided people arose to claim prophet hood.
• When Abu Bakr was elected as the Caliph they started their preaching openly.
• Among these false prophets were Tulaiha, Aswad Ansi, Musailamah and Sajjah. Tulaiha belonged to the Banu Asad tribe in the northern Arabia.
• An army under Khalid bin Walid was sent which met them at Buzaka.
• After a fierce battle Tulaiha’s army surrendered and he himself fled to Syria. He embraced Islam during the time of the second Caliph.
• Aswad Ansi belonged to the Ansi tribe in Yemen.
• He was an ugly man who kept his face veiled all the time.
• He was nicknamed ‘’the veiled
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I found the chapter 20 There is No God but Allah, and Muhammad is His Prophet very interesting to read. I’ve had previous knowledge about the Islamic Religion and the Arab people past of advances of mathematics in history when I was deployed to Kuwait but this chapter was shortly informative overall about the religion and past accomplishments on the Arab people. Although I don’t agree with the teachings of Muhammad I found the chapter interesting to read about the history of the birth of the Islam and the development of chemistry and algebra.
As a Christian myself I believe that there is only one God and that Jesus is the child of God. That being said I don’t believe in the prophet
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filled with examples of religious intolerance, mostly with a violent twist. The most prevalent observation is the growing trend of Islam phobia during the 2000s which has been attributed by some commentators to the September 11 attack. They feel that many of the Stereotypes and misinformation that contribute to the articulation of Islam phobia are rooted in a particular Perception of Islam, such as the notion that Islam promotes terrorism.
As long as the Holy Scriptures of religions contains countless commandments to kill all of the people outside of your religion in return for eternal paradise, there can never be interfaith harmony.
Collective Peace Prayer, a unique interfaith initiative by
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It is the study of the history and methodology of the discipline of history.
The term historiography also denotes a body of historical work on a specialized topic. Scholars discuss historiography topically – such as the “historiography of Catholicism,” the “historiography of early Islam,” or the “historiography of China" – as well as specific approaches such as political history and social history. Beginning in the nineteenth century, at the ascent of academic history, a corpus of historiography literature developed.
Furay and Salevouris (1988) define historiography as "the study of the way history has been and is written — the history of historical writing... When you study
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The Roles of Islamic Women
Shania P. Fennell
May 5, 2008
The Origins of Western Culture – HUM 101
The position of women in Muslim society has altered drastically in the centuries
ever since Islam initiated in Arabia in the early 600s. Their place has fluctuated with
irregular social, economic, and political situations. Even though Islam considers men and
women as honorable equals in the eye of God, women have not had equivalent access to
several regions of Islamic existence. This research paper will discuss Islam, Early
Historical Background, Women in Islamic Society, Women in the Qur’an, Religious Life
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Axia College Material
Monotheistic Religion Elements Matrix
| Judaism | Christianity | Islam |
Countries of origin | * Judaism started at Mount Sinai in Arabia according to history; however, Israel was to be the homeland of the Jews. | * Originated in eastern Mediterranean throughout the life of Jesus Christ, in addition to it becoming the major religion of the Roman Empire by the end of the 4th century | * Islam derived from Mecca before the prophet Muhammad journeyed to Medina. * Arabia which is recognized as being the country of derivation; even so, In addition, Islam was developed inside of Egypt and Iran. |
Historical figures and events
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Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol. 28, No. 1, April 2008
Islam in Britain and Denmark: Deterritorialized Identity and Reterritorialized Agendas
Abstract This article is based on case studies of two Muslim groups: Hizb ut-Tahrir and Muslimer i Dialog (Muslims in Dialogue). In the article, basic elements in the ideology and activities of the Islamist and fundamentalist Hizb ut-Tahrir are outlined and the Danish and British sections of the group are compared in terms of agendas, members and image. Furthermore, a comparison between the Danish section of Hizb ut-Tahrir and another and more recent Danish Muslim organization called Muslimer i Dialog is made. In the
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helped pave the way for international business to be conducted with Turkey, business that includes transactions with U.S. American companies. His leadership also helped to influence the roles of men and women, the role of Islam within the country, and role that time plays for members of this culture.
The Roles of Men and Women
Hofstede’s Research. Hofstede’s research of culture is widely known in the intercultural
business field, and his work also serves as a primary source for providing a strong foundation for this research section. Hofstede’s wisdom and insight provide a framework for the discussion on the importance of looking into manhood and womanhood. His section on masculinity
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Apa itu akhlak?
Perkataan akhlak berasal daripada perkataan (al-akhlaaku) iaitu kata jama daripada perkataan (al-khuluqu) bererti tabiat,kelakuan, perangai, tingkahlaku, matuah, adat kebiasaan, malah ia juga bereti agama itu sendiri.
Antara definasi akhlak menurut istilah ialah: sifat yang tertanam di dalam diri yang dapat mengeluarkan sesuatu perbuatan dengan senang dan mudah tanpa pemikiran, penelitian dan paksaan.
Ibn Miskawaih, ahli falsafah Islam yang terkenal mentakrifkan akhlak itu sebagaikeadaan jiwa yang mendorong ke arah melahirkan perbuatan tanpa pemikiran dan penelitian.
Imam Ghazali radiAllahu anhu mengatakan: akhlak ialah suatu
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The attitudes of Christianity and Islam differed towards merchants and trade from the religions’ origins until about 1500. Over the course of time, the Christianity view changed from a negative view to a positive view. The views of Islam changed inversely, where initially there was a positive view, but later changed to a negative view. Christianity changed through a religious aspect of trade whereas Islam changed due to social aspects. However, both religions changed their views of merchants through an economic standpoint.
Religion affected trade and how people viewed the business. The Bible stated, “A rich man shall hardly enter into the kingdom of heaven.” According to the New Testament
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1. Latar Belakang
Sang Pencerah adalah judul film yang mengangkat kisah Pendiri Muhammadiyah KH. Ahmad Dahlan. Sebuah film yang mengenalkan kita pada sosok yang sudah berkontribusi sangat besar bagi di Indonesia, baik dalam pendidikan, dakwah, maupun budaya. Kisah berfokus pada sejarah hidup pendiri Muhammadiyah, KH Ahmad Dahlan, sejak lahir hingga mendirikan Muhammadiya.. Ia, beserta 5 muridnya berada pada masa di mana praktik-praktik ritual melenceng dari kemurnian ajaran Islam.
Film ini menurut saya pantas untuk dibahas karena film ini dikemas begitu menarik, alur cerita yang maju, mundur, serta pengisahan konflik-konflik membuat para penonton
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Women in the Qur'an and Bible
Gender equality has been a controversial topic within religions, especially in Christianity and Islam. In fact, both Holy books in these religions (the Bible and Qur’an) have a lot to say. There is a common conception that holy books, especially the Qur’an and Bible depict women in a negative light. In fact, in the West, it is believed that Islam treats women a lot harsher than Christianity. For instance, each year in alliance with Sharia Law, thousands of Muslim husbands and sons kill their wives and daughters in accordance with “honor killings.” They are beheaded strangled, stoned and shot. If a Muslim woman suffers rape, Muslim men blame the woman
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Jesus and Muhammad paper
It has always been conflict and confusion between Muslim world and the Christianity In fact they are more alike than we think even though they were born at different times in different part of the world Jesus was born in Bethlehem over 2,000 years ago (Jesus central) Muhammad was born 570 CE (Albalagh) . Both these two men served similar purpose while they where on earth, Jesus pushed Christianity and Muhammad pushed Islam around the time when Judaism was strong, Jesus, Muhammad known to introduce, and strengthening both respective religion. (Associated content)
In this paper I will explain the history of both men and compare what conclusion their lives
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. The credibility of an Islamic bank is assessed by the Sharia Supervisory Boards (In house religious advisers) who provide audits and issue a report to the stakeholders on whether the organization has adhered to Islamic principles. Some of the Islamic banks adopt the recommendations of the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI),
Emphasis on Social Reporting
Since establishments of Islamic banks, social welfare has been given priority, most banks set this as one of their main objectives. Unlike western society in Islam, Religion clearly provides the rights and obligations of individuals and organizations with respect to others and
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halal regulation and certification and literature on Islamic ethics were reviewed, to identify a practical approach for Islamic business ethics. Findings – Islam allows and accepts different levels of ethical commitment. A multi-level Islamic ethics framework and a multi-level halal certification approach are proposed to facilitate the implementation of Islamic business ethics in a relative context. Two major developments can enrich halal business practices: harmonization of global standards and governance structure, and integrating responsibility and ethical issues in halal standards. Practical implications – The proposed framework and developments can enrich halal regulation and
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Raja Nabil Dzurkarnain
Professor W. Thomas Fagan
May 6, 2012
Everyone have their own political ideology and opinions in what’s happening in the world right now. I would categorize myself as a Liberal. Liberal and conservatives have their own view in how they see certain issues. However, I can be liberal in some issues and conservative in other issues. Being a Muslim, how I view things can be different from anyone who doesn’t share the same faith as me. For example, same sex marriage is legal in some states in the United States. Religion wise, I totally against same sex marriage because it is forbidden in Islam and been regarded as a sinful act. From the
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. Eastern Orthodoxy is strongly doctrinal and places great authority in the Bible, the Creeds, and the seven ecumenical councils. Like all other Christians, Orthodoxy is Trinitarian, believing that God exists in three persons.⁵
The foundations of the social system of Islam, rest on the belief that all human beings are equal and constitute one single fraternity. Islam says that if there is any real difference between man and man it cannot be one of race, color, country or language, but of ideas, beliefs and principles. Two children of the same mother, though they may be equal from the point of view of a common ancestry, will have to go their different ways in life if their beliefs and moral
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issued a letter to Americans explaining his reasoning behind the attacks, and their desire to continue attacking afterwards. The reasons he gives are that we attack them and continue to attack them; we have oppression and aggression towards them; and finally, they attack civilians because civilians chose our government, and are thereby responsible for the government actions. He also tells us what is required for them to stop attacking, which include: being called to Islam; stop our “oppression, lies, immortality and debauchery; to take an honest stance with ourselves to find that we are “a nation without principles or manners, and that the values and principles to you are something which you
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ANGGARAN DASAR MUHAMMADIYAH
NAMA, PENDIRI, DAN TEMPAT KEDUDUKAN
Persyarikatan ini bernama Muhammadiyah.
Muhammadiyah didirikan oleh K.H. Ahmad Dahlan pada tanggal 8 Dzulhijjah 1330 Hijriyah bertepatan tanggal 18 November 1912 Miladiyah di Yogyakarta untuk jangka waktu tidak terbatas.
Muhammadiyah berkedudukan di Yogyakarta.
IDENTITAS, ASAS, DAN LAMBANG
Identitas dan Asas
(1) Muhammadiyah adalah Gerakan Islam, Da’wah Amar Ma’ruf Nahi Munkar dan Tajdid, bersumber pada Al-Qur`an dan As-Sunnah.
(2) Muhammadiyah berasas Islam.
Lambang Muhammadiyah adalah matahari bersinar utama dua
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The Five Pillars of Islam
January 16, 2014
Randi Jo McLeod
There are many central beliefs associated with Islam. In the Muslim belief God is all knowing and knowingly created everything for a divine purpose, nothing happens without the will or knowledge of God which fits right in to the First Pillar Shahadah. Muhammad received the Quran as a copy of the eternal Quran . God created heavenly beings called angels to serve God and they are met by evil spirits. God sent his prophets to the earth at their chosen times, and the Prophet Muhammad was the last and greatest messenger of God which goes with the Second Pillar. There will be a last day of world history
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3 Gender role in rural society ( in the context of “Refugeepara”) : A matter of nurture, not nature.
“Bishshe ja kichu mohan srishti
Ordhek tar koriyache nari
Ordhek tar nor.”
“ Everything that is great in the world,
all the works, beneficial and good,
half must be credited to woman,
and to man half only we should.”
The above stated poetic verses by the famous poet Kaji Nazrul Islam reflects the mutual need of both men
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financial management including financial hedging and investment appraisal
➢ Good knowledge of corporate reporting
➢ Good knowledge of corporate governance
➢ Good in listening, understanding any kind of given task
➢ Have knowledge of computer, Microsoft Window XP/2000 Professional/ Ms Office, Internet etc.
➢ Strong mathematical, statistical, and analytical skills
Father’s Name : Manzoor Hussain
Nationality : Pakistan
Religion : Islam
Marital Status : Single
Domicile : Vehari
NIC # : 36601-9824641-3
DOB : 3rd July 1983
References will be furnished on demand.
Key Professional Skills
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Md. Jinnatul Islam General Manager BRAC Feed Enterprise BRAC Centre 75, Mohakhali, Dhaka -1212 Mobile: 01714091451 | Md. Monirul Hasan Deputy Manager BRAC Salt Enterprise BRAC Centre 75, Mohakhali, Dhaka -1212 Mobile: 01730349633 |
I, the undersigned, hereby certify that the information specified in these curriculum vitae is complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Md. Imtiaj Parvej
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I am Md. Mahmudul Hasan khan, a student of BBA, Bangladesh University of Business & Technology (BUBT), hereby declare that the internship report title “Financial Performance Evaluation of Southeast Bank Limited” has not been submitted by me before for any degree, diploma, title or recognition. It is persuading under the supervision of Md. Tanim-ul-Islam, lecturer, Department of Accounting, Bangladesh University of Business & Technology.
Md. Mahmudul Hasan khan
ID No. 11121101008
BBA, 26th Intake
Major in Accounting
Bangladesh University of Business & Technology (BUBT
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Islam is an entire way of life, and Allah's Guidance extends into all areas of our lives. Islam has given detailed regulations for our economic life, which is balanced and fair. Muslims are to recognize that wealth, earnings, and material goods are the property of God, and that we are merely His trustees. The principles of Islam aim at establishing a just society wherein everyone will behave responsibly and honestly. The fundamental principles of the Islamic economic system are as follows:
Muslims are not to deal in interest. "Those who devour usury will not stand....Allah has permitted trade and forbidden usury.... Allah will deprive usury of all blessing, but will give increase for
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whether the U.S. needs to rely on brilliant but unpredictable wild cards in order to combat terrorism.
It portrays Islam accurately: Homeland may be about terrorism from the Middle East, but it's also a show that "sees the beauty of Islam rather than reducing it to a geopolitical force," says Alyssa Rosenberg at Think Progress. Nick Brody is a converted Muslim, and the episode ends as he and his daughter bury a Koran that was desecrated after touching the floor. It's impressive to see a TV show that makes Islam a critical point of a main character's identity, and takes pains to ensure that its depictions of the religion are accurate.
Homeland is not just a remarkable drama about post 911
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Jesus and Mohammed |
Jesus & Mohammed
Jesus and Mohammed have shaped the course of history and the destiny of man for over two millennia. Christianity and Islam are currently the largest religions with a following of 1.8 billion and 1 billion respectively. No other religion in the world comes close to achieving such numbers. These are the only two religions that have a global presence; in other words you will find Muslims and Christians present in every territory in the world. Both Jesus and Mohammed shared a lot of similarities and differences which is reflected in their respective religions.
Historically, we encounter reports of
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menambah khasanah pembaca tentang berbagai bentuk hegemoni budaya dalam masyarakat Arab Saudi yang secara ekonomi merupakan negara kaya karena menjadi salah satu produsen minyak bumi dan secara idiologi berdasarkan ajaran Islam.
Tujuan lainnya ialah untuk mengetahui mengapa hegemoni budaya tersebut bisa terjadi di Arab Saudi. Tiap negara mempunyai alasan dan faktor-faktor yang berbeda terhadap terjadinya hegemoni, salah satunya ialah hegemoni budaya. Demikian pula di Arab Saudi, sehingga tulisan ini berusaha mendeskripsikan faktor-faktor yang menjadi penyebab terjadinya hegemoni budaya di Arab Saudi.
1. Landasan Teori
Antonio Gramsci (1891 – 1937) adalah warga negara Italia
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can be supported with some sort of facts.
5) What, if any, assumptions have we made about Islam? Are these assumptions sound and how does our perspective change if we take a different view of Islam?
After reading this case, we would have made assumptions that the Qur’an is not what it was thought to be. Most people have an idea of the Qur’an as a guide on how a Muslim person is to act and/or behave throughout their life. This article states that based off of Rushdie’s book, the Qur’an is misleading in a negative way and the text is taken from the words spoken from Muhammad, the businessman and politician. For example, after
If we were to take a different look at this, our
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two religions. The main similarity between the two religions is they are both two of the largest religions in the world. Another similarity is that followers of both religions don’t care for each other, but it may be more about political tensions and cultural worldviews than religion (Christianity and Baptist, 2012). The major difference between the two religions is the sacred text of the Baptists is the Bible and the sacred text of Islam is the Quran. The Baptists’ means of salvation is faith by correct beliefs and good deeds while Islam’s means of salvation is following the Five Pillars through correct beliefs and good deeds. The major sacred rituals of the Baptist religion is baptism and
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mengelilingi mereka yang ikhlas dan celik jua. Ia suatu persahabatan dalam perjuangan yang tidak memuja insan – the cult culture – seperti perjuangan Islam yang dicontohkan Rasulullah saw kepada para sahabah dan sahabiah. Yang dipuja dan disembah hanyalah Allah swt.
Ia menjadikan insan merdeka, lagi menginginkan insan lain juga merdeka jiwa, mental dan hatinya – tidak mendominasi, tidak mendiskriminasi, tidak menzalimi, memperdaya dan memusnahkan kehidupan dan masa depan insan lain, keluarga dan kelompok yang tidak sekufu dengan pandangan dan pemikiran mereka.
Insan yang ikhlas akan menghendaki kebaikan yang dinikmatinya menjadi kebaikan yang berupaya juga dinikmati oleh orang lain. Ia ingin
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original prices. However, in most cases, the firms might first hike the prices and then give the discount to make them look cheap. That does not reduce the original cost and, therefore, is misleading and makes people fall for the hasty generalization i.e. lonely fact (“Fallacies: alphabetic list (full list),” 2015). The use of the word “easy” makes one believe that one does not need to struggle to get the products.
Bari A. and Abbas R. Z. (2011, Sep.). ADVERTISEMENT & ISLAM: A MUSLIM WORLD PERSPECTIVE. Australian Journal of Business and Management Research Vol.1 No.6 [15 2-157].Retrieved on July 23, 2015 from http://www.ajbmr.com/articlepdf/AJBMR_16_27.pdf
Fallacies: alphabetic list (full list). (2015). Retrieved on July 23, 2015 from http://changingminds.org/disciplines/argument/fallacies/fallacies_alpha.htm
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. d., para 11).
Saudi Arabia’s geography is diverse, with forests, grasslands, mountain ranges and deserts, and has a population of approximately 24 million people. The climate in Saudi Arabia varies from region to region with temperatures reaching over 110 degrees in the desert during the summer. In the winter months, temperatures can drop below freezing. The country is home to the sixth largest natural gas reserves and the largest oil reserves in the world, which accounts for about 70% of the government’s revenue and 95% of its exports every year.
Saudi Arabia is often referred to as the birthplace of Islam and the majority of its citizens are Muslim. Although there isn’t a
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responses to this issue |
What issues are raised in the article and why are they issues? Explain in detail. (This section should relate to the topics in the syllabus) (max 250 words) One of the most predominant issues put forth is if same-sex marriage is coincides with the many religious groups which makeup Australian society. The show presents the opinions of both leaders and members of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. The most prominent stand point of all these religions was that same-sex marriage is not permitted by their respective scriptures. However alternative interpretations were also provided by a Rabbi and a Sheikh, who believed that their religions support same sex marriage. It
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revelations orally because he was illiterate. After his death his messages were compiled and written down in the Qur’an. The Qur’an is accepted by Muslims as a miracle and believes it is 100% correct with no human error.
Muhammad became enthusiastic about Allah and spread the word of Islam by conquering the Jews and Christians by force with military campaigns. Muhammad became enraged by the Jewish for the rejection of his prophetic calling and forced many Jews into exile by his militia campaign and their cruelty, while other Jews were executed and their children were sold as slaves.
Muhammad died in 632 but prior to his death he proved to be a brave and an accomplished leader. Muslims
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the sins on the world. Jesus’ death and resurrection was the culmination of his life, and one of the reasons that he is now worshiped by so many.
The impact that Muhammad’s death had on Islam is that his friend Abu Bakr was elected the first Caliph. But since it is believed that his spiritual light was passed on to Fatima his daughter and since she and her husband Ali did not take part in the funeral on the selection of the first caliph the Shi’ite faction claims that Ali is the legitimate heir.
Muhammad was never worshiped. He was only looked at as an inspiration of a way one should live his or her life.
Jesus, although not originally worshiped by the Jews or first century church
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the article titles Medical Pluralism and Islam in Swahili Communities in Kenya. Shosi, a Muslim man from the Bajuni Islands, is the focal point of this article. It follows Shosi, him falling ill, and “…the choices of treatment (Beckerleg 1994).” Shosi believed that he was suffering from a fever, but doctors of Western medicine diagnosed him with having malaria. He later went to a clinic which diagnosed him with malaria as well, gave him some medication and sent him back to his home. The treatment did not take away his illness and he resorted to “…rubbing large amounts of coconut oil into his head and tying a cloth tightly round his head to contain both the oil and the pain (Beckerleg 1994
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• Apa itu Sejarah?
• Kenapa ia penting?
Islam & Zaman Kegemilangan Melaka
Kerajaan Awal (Hindu)
Zaman Pra-Sejarah dan Ciri-cirinya
• Lokasi: Gua Badak & Kota Tampan (Perak); Gua Niah (Sarawak) ;
• Petempatan: Gua-gua batu kapur berdekatan sungai atau tasik;
• Cara hidup: sara diri (memburu & mengumpul hasil hutan)
• Peralatan: diperbuat daripada batu
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), makruh (disliked), haram (forbidden) — that define the morality of human action in Islam. Mubah is also used to mean "permissible" or "allowed" in Islam.
Generally in Islam, every object and action is considered permissible unless there is a prohibition of it in the Islamic scriptures. Clarification is given below in detail as to what is considered to be a permissible object or action in Islam, along with the exceptions.
Halal originates from an Arabic phrase that means allowed or permitted by Islamic Law. The definition of Halal according to the Trade Description Order (Usage of the Term “Halal”) 1975 is as follows:
When the term is used in relation to food in any form whatsoever, in the
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, with those of Hizballah and the Palestinian rejectionist factions—principally the Islamist organizations—on the other.
The U.S. designation of the Palestinian rejectionists and Hizballah as enemies of the United States following the 11 September attacks owes much to the power of the stereotypes and simplifications on which the American war rhetoric was constructed. In this discourse, the entrenched notion that all those classified as “terrorists” somehow share a “terrorist code of ethics” and work toward some transcendent “terrorist objective” is grafted onto the equally ingrained Orientalist ideas of “the Arab mind” and “the nature of Islam.”10 The result is a range of interlocking neo