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Tuesday September 10, 2013 MYT 8:19:00 AM
Tuesday September 10, 2013 MYT 8:20:42 AM
by enizahura abdul aziz
‘Waqf’ matters can be rather technical, which could be the reason why many Muslims today are unable to perform this great deed.
Technology dominates all intellectual activity and subtly undertakes the conquest of all social, political, moral and artistic arrangements.
Parliament should not just give the Dangerous Drugs Act a sixth ‘term’, but should make it a permanent law.
Tertiary institutions should provide an Islamic and religious response to thinking challenges, modern and post-modern cultures.
The broad objectives or the higher intents of Syariah are to promote the overall welfare of mankind and prevent harm and evil.
Leaving out the element of risk could lead to interest-based transactions, which are prohibited in Islam.
To do or not to do, that is the question during the forthcoming review of the system.
Access to capital and mentoring can help Malay Muslim youth venture into business.
We can argue in a rational way but only if we share certain common premises.
Some think religion and ethics are obstacles to unlimited ‘development’ and ‘progress’, but they are restraints that can free a community from self-destruction.
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