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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
If IS claims to have originated from the true teachings of Islam, then something must be fundamentally wrong with its version of Islam.
Islam strongly condemns all forms of exploitation and domination that can lead to deprivation of social justice.
The Quran calls for the world’s resources to be used not only to meet individual needs but also moral obligations.
To improve decision-making, consider a consultative council which could assist the government to create policies and assist the legislature to legislate law.
The secular West has to wake up and admit that their narrative of being human is not the only narrative in existence, let alone the ultimate one.
IN Major Themes of the Quran, Fazlur Rahman says that religious truths which the secular societies of our own day find very difficult to accept are the doctrines of tawhid, scriptural revelation, the day of divine judgment, moral responsibility and “ends” of life.
Although PT3 is only one of the levels of assessment in the secondary schooling system, it will be the litmus test for the system to be applied at a higher level.
Islamic law is not a purely human product because it is based on the Quran which, to Muslims, is absolute in nature.
We can all have the latest software and hardware but ultimately, success depends on what is in our hearts.
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