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A jihad to prosper all Malaysians

Business Jihad is the better alternative to the jihadic war of the Islamic State.

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Law, justice and being realistic

Human reasoning does play a part in making laws, because there is a close connection between humans and their surroundings.

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Disaster causes are often man-made

We are suffering the consequences of our greed, with many forgetting the laws of nature and the destruction that our actions can cause.

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Medina Charter’s important contribution

Constitution for the Medina administration upheld the principle of a limited government and protected human rights.

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Demystifying wealth in Islam

In managing his wealth, a Muslim must strike a balance between spiritual and worldly needs and their obligations.

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Fighting extremism with education

Knowledge concerning faith must be dynamic and go beyond elementary levels.

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Doubt leads to human misery

Without commitment to a moral or religious life, and certainty about our fate, no one can be really happy.

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Public interest over personal choice

Islam stresses the greater good of the many over the rights of the individual or the few, and this is also the case when it comes to vaccinations.

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Aidilfitri, a return to true nature of man

Before coming to the present world, man has already submitted himself to God and during Ramadan, returns to that original state of being free from desires.

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A safe world is our shared responsibility

One of the fundamental principles of Islam is to protect others, as well as to prevent them from further harm and danger.

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The gift of giving this Ramadan

We should aim to help others by giving charity, instead of thinking only about ourselves.

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A good and just law is the law of God

There is much debate over whether a law must contain certain values to make it a just law, but many agree that it will be if it conforms to the law of God.