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Dear researchers, I am writing a thesis on self-regulated learning and Al-Ghazali's views in education. Are there any similarities? What new views on education/Tarbiyah can be applied? please help books or references that support.
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Individual learning or self-learning is a type of complete learning that emphasizes giving the learner absolute freedom in his learning and following the approach of imposition or severity and not taking knowledge together because it is harmful to them
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لم يحصل أهل الذمة على تلك الامتيازات والحقوق في أي حضارة من الحضارات مثل تلك التي نالوها في ظل الحضارة الإسلامية, فقد أصبحوا وزراء ومستشارين وأطباء للخلفاء وخاصتهم, ومارسوا المهن التي توصف بأنها ثمينة كالصياغة والصرافة وغيرها, ومع كل هذا لم يُجبر أحد منهم على ترك دينه واعتناق الاسلام, وهذا امتثال للآية الكريمة (لا إكراه في الدين), وعليه فإن هذا البحث يأتي ليلقي الضوء على أهل الذمة ودورهم في العمل الإداري وجهودهم في هذا الشأن مع العديد من الخلفاء والأمراء, كما يتطرق البحث لدراسة أعمالهم وحرفهم, ثم ينتقل البحث لرؤية دورهم في العلوم الأدبية والعقلية وإبراز من ظهر منهم من أدباء وشعراء وأطباء, وهذا ما يؤكد اندماجهم في المجتمع.
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Non-Muslims at the Umayad time
Non-Muslims had never got their previllages and rights from any civilization like what they had during the Islamic civilization they became ministers, consultants and doctors for the caliphs and senior people, they also practiced the valuable careers such as jewelry and money exchange, However , they were not obliged to become Muslims as Allah say: There shall be no compulsion in {acceptance of} the religion, so this research has come to highlight the Non-Muslims, their role and efforts in administration works with many caliphs and princes, in addition to their jobs and crafts, this research shifts to show their role in literature and mental sciences, and to focus on writer, doctors and poets as an evidence of their fusion in society.
Key words: Non- Muslims, Umayyad, Patriarchs.
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What are the main three controversies within Islamic theology that have stood the test of time over the centuries? 
Who are the most historical representatives of each side of the controversy and how are their arguments for their positions understood by the standards of critical scholarship and philosophy? 
In what ways have these controversies effected the practice and theology of global Islam up to the present day?
What are the most well researched textbooks in the English language that treat these controversies carefully without taking sides?
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there are several controversial rule in the Islamic theology, but before I mention 3 of them, let me clarify that those controversial rules have been produced by the reason of misconception regarding the taught Islamic rules including many people implement them in an abusive method then coming a several misconception about Islam.
three of several controversial rules in Islam (in the most of non-muslims point of view)
1. the Implementation of Jihaad
2. Islam has spreaded by sword
3. an order to kill each non-muslims every where
these are three of several misconception regarding Islamic theology. In order to find a more explanation about those three points above, allow me to provide you a reference in order to find a detail answer for those 3 points of misconceptions.
open the file and find out my full name and read the article,
hope that answers your question
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I'm presently working on Stylistics analysis. Hence i need ideas on collection of recent poems to use as my case study. 
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Thanks for your suggestion @Brian Poole and @Peter Mathews. 
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Can anyone reccomend a book that provides a good overview of the early development of islam?
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Eugene Rogan, The Arab: A History.
I am an architect, not an historian, but, for my studies, I have found it very useful and interesting!
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I mean resources about educational institutions, or a history of religious education in Ottoman Egypt 
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A Report Submitted to Abdülhamit II on Administrative and Social-Economic Structures of Egypt.
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I am researching the history and development of Islamist student organisations in the Indian subcontinent and their impact on the political scene. The organisations will include Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) of Pakistan, Islami Chhatra Shibir (BICS) of Bangladesh and SIO of India.  
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Thanks. What do you mean political Islam? Islam is only one and there is no variety. You may read following books: 
Abdul Rashid, Moten. (2002). Revolution to revolution: Jamacat-E- Islémi in the politics of Pakistan. Kuala Lumpur: Islamic Book Trust.
‘Abdul Hamid, Abu Sulayman. (1993). Crisis in the Muslim mind. Virginia: Intenational Institute of Islamic Thought.
Ali, Rehnama. (1995). Pioneers of Islamic Revival. Kuala Lumpur: SIRD
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I am talking about culture and its reflection on all kinds of human production which presents particularly in architecture.
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@C. Lewis Kausel: I am not an expert in architecture, the “Mughal Architecture” in India with its crowning glory “Taj Mahal”, is considered to be the fusion of Indo-Islamic-Persian architecture. I am not sure where such variants be considered?