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I am working on a research project with one of the objectives is to investigate factors affecting/influence muslim travellers to stay in halal/muslim-friendly accomodations. With regards to this project, I need the international co-authors/contributors for the above, particularly from the university in Asian countries who has similar research area. People from school of tourism, business or industrial engineering are most welcome. Please feel free to respond if you are interested and I will email you with the detail of my work.
Thank you.
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Hello Dr.,
Great! Am from Malaysia and kindly email me your plan about this project to my email: kahchoon.15@gmail.com
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Reading Bruce Chatwin's Songlines where he describes how the songlines work amongst the aborigines of Australia, creating a spiritual network of Australia based on individual totems and their narratives. not only do we, therefore, have religion, but also psychology, geography and its symbolism (I recently read a Muslim writer who claimed the latter for Islam) but a sense of knowledge connected to both individuals and tribes.
Does this reach back in time thereby representing a means of transmitting knowledge over a long distance but also preserving it?
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Indigenous Australians connected the song to the landscape and totem. Chadwick points out that the original Greek legends, although many came from the Middle East, are based on totems and could have begun in the same way. Early Greek poetry was connected to song, with the Greek bard a singer.
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Islamic Psychology is a new field combining Islamic Studies and Psychology in an effort to Islamize the field of Psychology to fit Islamic practicing Muslims' [whatever the sect they affiliated to as the umbrella that covers Islam and Muslims are very vast, wide and colourful diversity] needs. It was founded by the late Prof. Malik Badri Babiker who was based in International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) for a very long time away from his home country in Sudan since he first experienced dissonance between being a Muslim practicing Western psychology in his study days more than a half century ago.
Alhamdulillah, it was progressively developing as he would wish to see and more but the journals that the associations that advocate this budding field are new like established in 2018, thus, commonsensically still not indexed in Scopus list yet like those under International Association of Islamic Psychology and International Association of Muslim Psychologists. Even the mother journal of all Islamization efforts that was championed by International Islamic Thoughts (IIIT), which is previously named American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, had to change its name into the American Journal of Islam and Society-AJIS [for no announced reason] also no longer indexed in the Scopus list [also without any apparent reason] although already established since 1984.
Most of the journals tried, had excused for a shortage of suitable/compatible peer-reviewers database who are multidisciplinarily able to see the Arabic language part being translated and the interaction between them in the interpretation of the Holy Qur'an, which some researchers in the social sciences specifically in Psychology considered it superstitious reverence to refer everything to it more specifically for those who were convinced with secular stance and lense of worldview in life. Thus, got high tendency of declining submission like it was being marginalized for being 'religious' in the beginning of the founding firmness of the late Prof Malik Badri on the dissonance of the mainstream worldview in practice to give freedom to the Muslims to feel fitting with what is practiced in living and believing.
So, what is our alternatives?
It takes time to reach the established level the Western had reached after the post-colonialism.
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Nur Afifah binti Abas: Salaam, Prof. Abas. I go by what Imam Ali (r.a) said, "embarking on terrifying journey leads to wealth and success". I say forget the west and their ways of doing things which is simply an imitation of how we did things in the past. we can do it again and do not need the west, their "peer reviewed" journals. We put our faith in Allah (swt), and who can be a better guide than Allah (swt) and start the journey. Jazak Allahu Khairan, Mustafa.
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Dower goes from the groom to the bride. It is mandatory for Muslim marriages. In Murdock's Ethnographic Atlas, however, nearly all Muslim societies are characterized by bridewealth, which is different, as it goes from groom's kin to bride's kin thereby excluding the bride.
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This ruling that all Islamic societies pass the dowry from the groom to the bride’s relatives is a great exaggeration and needs scrutiny. This can happen in some societies.
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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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I feel that Islamic Feminism has empowered women in Muslim majority countries.
Can you share your experiences and evidences of this as I feel the IF movement is one of the most vibrant and energetic in the whole world. Women's organizations have helped many empowerment agendas😊
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Absolutely
Islam empowers women, that to me is very clear
It is many other scholars who think Islam disempowers
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I have been collecting the daily data for the Islamic stock market index in the largest Muslim population. I plan to investigate the performance, volatility, and determinant of the Sharia stock index during several events, such as Covid-19, global financial crisis, etc. Besides, I would like to compare them with the conventional stock index from G-7 countries.
If anyone is interested in this topic, especially those who have experience running the panel regression and volatility test model such as ARCH, GARCH, etc. Please let me know, and we can discuss further.
Best regards,
Budi
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Very good topic. I am interested but I am busy now.
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I am looking for managament tools to increase organization output by colloborating with muslim knowledge workers.
I feel that religion has affect on knowledge workers behavior and but i do not know how and to what extent islam infleunces knowledge worker managament
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Man is a being that has to live with his fellows due to his nature. As a human and social being, there must be rules that determine their rights, responsibilities and duties in social life. Because a life without rules means turmoil and conflict. Keeping away from turmoil and conflict is determined by the values ​​of the society. These values ​​and rules are based on religion, laws, customs and traditions. The rules that have the widest scope of social values ​​are the rules of ethics. Because all the rules that express value in short, the universal values, the orders and prohibitions of religion, the boundaries determined by the laws are absolutely connected with morality in one aspect. This is the point that draws our attention in its definition as a word. Morality is the whole of the value judgments that show how the qualities that are about to be natural and how they should behave or not behave in relations with the being and with people, including the human being. In another aspect, Morality can also be defined as the formal or informal rules that are expected to be followed by individuals in a society and the rightful performance of the duties and duties that individuals are responsible for. If morality is lived in accordance with the rules, it is called good morality, if it is violating the rules and acting against the rules, it is called bad morality. Morality includes teachable behavior. While people who are educated in line with the factors that constitute the values ​​of the society have good morals, people who are educated on the contrary to these values ​​have bad morals. Good morality enhances both the inner world and the outer world of a person. Self-control is very important in moral education. The values ​​that people believe in maintaining this self-control have an important place. The belief system to which a person is bound and the environment he lives in are the determining factors in shaping his moral behavior. The values ​​of the society in which a person lives are shaped by beliefs, cultures, customs, traditions and customs and laws imposed by the state. In this report, we are thinking about the shaping of moral rules, religion in general, and the sense of ihsan and murâkaba from Sufi concepts in particular. It is possible for a person to have a solid character, to acquire a personality, to be equipped with good morals, to be in harmony with his inner world and to have the consciousness of being under surveillance by a superior being (Allah). This idea is called "the feeling of bestowal" in the religious literature and "murâkabe education" in the Sufi literature. A person who acts with the consciousness that he is under the supervision of Allah at every stage of life and that his every behavior is seen and recorded by Allah will naturally have superior morality. The feeling of goodwill is that people pay attention to their behavior as if they see God. While worshiping as if we see God in our prayers in particular, having this consciousness in our social relations, education understanding, business life, in short, in every moment, gives us good morals, while having the consciousness that God keeps us under surveillance in our inner world will contribute to the consistency of our inside and outside
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I have been observing some different behaviors of family care givers while their patient saying fare well or when the physician wants to disclose the diagnosis of a stage 4 cancer. i think the religious background of the family is important here. i have seen some Muslims who can not accept the eventual death of a loved one and the other Muslims who can. what about other religions ? and what factors psychological , spiritual , religious are involved here ?
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Hi alls..What say you
This is my thesis title:
The methodologies of study of religion in doing da'wah; the case study of some muslim activitsts in Malaysia
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Hello Zain, did you finish your research. Kindly share with me your results.
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Hi all,
I am searching for brilliant examples of FP papers where qualitative experiment was conducted. I shall be conducting a qualitative research in to the disclosure of CSA in the muslim community and would like to read similar papers as I find reading examples helpful.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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I have also just published a qual forensic paper based within the probation service. Here's a link to it on my profile.....
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Muslim laws relating to marriage -The comparison with reference to Special marriage act 1954 &Indian Christian Marriage Act 1872 how to write a research abstract and content for this topic
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Contemporary Muslim scholars deferred in opinion whether Government has the authority to order for closure of the "moques" masjid or not.
is there any legal basis for this closure ?
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If the intention is that whether or not this closure of mosques conforms to Islamic law, then the answer is yes and God knows best, because if it is proven that infection from the Corona virus is spread by air, sneezing and coughing, it does not guarantee the spread of infection among the worshipers because mosques are closed places as is known and there is a jurisprudential rule that says : No harm or harm in the sense that if you are injured or suspect that you have been injured, just as you do not want anyone to harm you, then it is not permissible for you to harm anyone
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If focusing on micro-firms, I can relate the first I visited and researched in Bangladesh 1969-71 [back when the area was called East Pakistan. I was with the Ford Foundation and we funded Dr. Aktar Hamid Khan and The Comilla Project. A training/research center for Bengali farmers, including women.
The Project included several studies.
One was to collect milk from the few cows held by most households. The milk was collected and processed into cheese in an elaborate "peasant" system - organized by the extension workers of the Comilla Project.
As households earned cash - like pennies and dimes - they wanted "to bank." The Project set up training for all, including a few "bankers."
Then the money sat and people's savings were small. But some villagers wanted to borrow and asked their villagers. The Project organized credit lending schemes and then addressed repayment plans. The villagers wanted assurances and decided that village organizations would do the lending and the organizations would monitor and recover money they loaned. The villagers were almost always related as Muslims handle marriages and care for each other. Etc. This system was long before the Grameen System became the object of attention and the Nobel Peace Prize. Aktar Hamid Khan should have been the first Bengali Nobel Peace Prize Awardee. But he was not Bengali. He was by birth an "Anglo Paki."
That history - I observed long ago but my impressions last because the people of Bangladesh were honest, hardworking and sadly - with limited means or active economies.
Refugio I. Rochin, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus
University of California, Davis and Santa Cruz and Lifetime member of the Giannini Foundation at UC Berkeley
Cell: 831-419-2411 Rrochin@ucdavis.edu
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I appreciate this message because I regard that publication as among my
lifetime best. But . . . the world does not generally agree. You are an apparent exception.
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First of all I couldn't access this article to comment further even though I tried in different ways but failed but finally I wrote of the co-authors and now waiting for her feedback. Going through the very short abstract that the authors displayed I could see one of the major themes extracted from their transcribed collected data was, "(1) perceived barriers to uptake of preventive measures: distrust of the Dutch health care system...". My question is why there is distrust as we can experience in different setting for example recently there were rejection of Polio vaccination campaign in Minnesota Somali community because they were afraid ( or thinking)of getting 'Autism' from Polio vaccination and if I am not mistaken this happened for the first time since Somali migrated to Minn. and it is the most Somali populated cities in whole America. Why there is distrust in such community where there are educated and skilled people in those areas? How an individual and later a whole community can perceive and share similar conception and thoughts against specified immunization or Expanded Program for Immunizaation ( EPI)?
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Hello, In fact, I did not understand the relationship between the title of the paper or the conference, which expresses an Islamic culture for women in this aspect, and what is its relationship to the content of your next speech on vaccination and health measures?
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I would like to ask if there is an instrument develop to assess Muslim spirituality among sample age from 12-19 ?
Thank you so much.
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Thank you so much.
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Dear researcher,
Recently on January 23, 2020, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague ordered Myanmar to take all necessary measures to protect Rohingya Muslims from genocide. Killing has been reported even after that. How do you evaluate this order and the response of the authority of Myanmar to that?
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I believe what happens after the court order needs to be documented, same as other killings, and submit that to the ICJ and follow-up.
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There are some controverses regarding GMO's. On the Halal concept of Islamic Law, if animals are fed GM feed, then the animal products will be halal or not? If anybody know about this and have any research article, then please help me about this issue.
Thanks in advance
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Dear Muhammad Muslim
Thank you for your kind information.
Dr. Bostami
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I accidently purchased the first edition -- and would like to obtain the added material from the fourth edition without purchasing another book.
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Especially in nowadays when Muslims have eid al-adha, it can become in agendas if religious days are seen as ordinary holiday days for vacations.
Could you please share your comments on the issue?
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Yes of course dear professor Illhami , because the religious days really do that all through purifying our souls and clear our mind from jealousy and from all the other bad fealings , and it open our hearts to all people ... and for us as Muslims it is very obvious during the days of Ramadan , Omrah , and in Haj days .
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The fertility of Muslims, which was about 10 per cent higher than that of Hindus before independence, is now nearly 30 per cent higher than the Hindu rate, and the difference according to religion is larger than the difference between the forward and depressed Hindu castes and tribes. While the lower level of contraceptive use among Muslims is the most important factor responsible for the fertility differentials, the use of contraceptives has increased faster among the Muslims in recent times. What could be the possible reasons for the residual effect of religion on fertility and caste on fertility and causes for these disparities in social and economic conditions ?
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The main reasons are Illiteracy, polygamy, and no use of contraceptives.
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Dear all, I have written the above paper on surfing the internet by UK Muslims. Would you agree to my depiction. If not, in what way would your view differ?
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Thank you for the replies.
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Enemies take advantage of some violent behaviors of some Muslims as a result of their misunderstanding of religion and its principles, and its provisions, and the conditions that prepare for him and appointed him. Islam teaches us to be moderate and moderate, and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) has developed a clever approach to moderation and purpose. And to contribute to its development and the introduction of adequate lines.
What is the role of the school, the university, the society and the state to create a space for our youth from tranquility, tranquility, dialogue and persuasion.
And how we develop our curricula from our reality, within our standards, not the standards and interests of others.
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(But this does not make "religious teachings" true. Sometimes conscience must be tortured, and religious "teaching" or "brainwashing" impedes the proper functioning of human conscience.))
This statement is the result of several aspects, the most important of which are:
There is a difference between religious teachings and those who apply them
For example, Muslims, Christians and Jews have religious teachings are the Koran, the Gospels, the Torah and some holy books.
Secondly, the problem is those who have written and interpreted these teachings and texts
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I am trying to investigate more the role of religion which include Islam on suicide under Malaysia multi-racial context.
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Please have a look at this useful link.
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Halal certification is becoming more and more important. In the literature, especially research on consumers is intensive. However, it is seen that the researches on the enterprises are limited. Halal certification awareness levels of enterprises with supply mechanisms may have an impact on customers with demand mechanisms. It is useful to specify the relevant factors in this respect.
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Christian Arnold I do not agree that non-Muslims consider cruelty. Every nation that consumes meat is cruel from your perspective. When it comes to living things, plants are alive. Then those who cut and eat plants are cruel. The issue is that halal certificate for human health meets the requirements of other certification systems and has a system above them.
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I have looked at "white racism" research which generally shows up in contexts where there is a majority/minority dynamic. I am looking for racism research particularly directed towards Pakistani community, sometimes including Indians and Bengalis as well. In particular, I want to look at "othering" research focusing on Pakistanis/ browns, and othering by Middle Easterns, Black communities and South East Asians in particular.
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Salaams
I conduct research on the Indian community in South Africa. Would you like to chat?
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Why do we see today that some, not all of the children of other religions, attack the Holy Quran while we see no aggression by Muslims on the divine books of other religions such as the torah and the Bible ... but on the contrary weseethe we watch respect of Muslims and the rejection of the aggression on these books?
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جميع الأديان التي أنزلها الله تعالى في جوهرها تأمر بالتسامح والمحبة بين جميع الشعوب، وفي دين الإسلام يظهر الله سبحانه وتعالى حقيقة رسالته بقوله تعالى :((وما أرسلناك إلا رحمة للعالمين)) وفي هذا إشارة واضحة إلى أن رحمة الإسلام غير خاصة بالمسلمين بل بجميع البشر والخلائق. لكن الإنحراف الفكري وحب الشهوات والتعصب بجميع أنواعه وعدم الالتزام بتعاليم الله هو الذي يخرج الإنسان عن الإلتزام بتعاليم التسامح والمحبة إلى الكراهية والعنف والقتل
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Dear respected scholar:
Currently, We are in the process of editing a forthcoming publication entitled “Challenges and Impacts of Religious Endowments on Global Economics and Finance”, to be published by IGI Global, an international publisher of progressive academic research. we would like to take this opportunity to cordially invite you to submit your work for consideration in this publication. Please visit: https://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/3777 for more details regarding this publication and to submit your work. You can also find detailed manuscript formatting and submission guidelines at http://www.igi-global.com/publish/contributor-resources/before-you-write/. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact with us. Thank you very much for your consideration of this invitation, and we hope to hear from you by April 15, 2019! Best wishes, Editors: Buerhan Saiti Associate Professor of Islamic Banking and Finance, Istanbul Sabahattin Zaim University, Turkey Adel Sarea Associate Professor of Accounting and Economics - Ahlia University – Kingdom of Bahrain Recommended Topics - Challenges of Religious Endowments on Global Economics and Finance - Impacts of Religious Endowments on Global Economics and Finance - Role of waqf in economic development - Role of waqf principles in microeconomic institutions, - Waqf and Ethics in Islamic economics and finance - Waqf and humanitarian relief - Waqf for Poverty Alleviation - Influence of waqf on Muslim economic behaviour - Waqf and education - Waqf and corporate governance - Structuring waqf - Waqf products for Islamic financial institutions - Waqf and Promoting SME financing - Islamic wealth management and waqf - Waqf and property development and investment - Cash waqf -Corporate waqf - Waqf Principles of Islamic jurisprudence - Waqf account and Islamic banks - Waqf and Risk management - Sharia Governance standards for waqf - Role of waqf in ensuring financial inclusion - Waqf and the Islamic Capital market - Waqf, halal Products and Islamic market - Waqf and the 3rd sector economy (charity sector) - Waqf and fintech innovations - Waqf and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - Waqf and Comparison between the Eastern and Western experiences - Exploring new trends of waqf - Other topics which related to waqf
Date: 28 January 2019 - 1 December 2019
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The Christians believed that Jesus was the Savior.
Muslims believe that one of the descendants of the Prophet Muhammad is called the Mahdi is the savior.
Who is the real Savior or the two will appear together and save the world?
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Islam is a religion of tolerance, humanity and peace.
Islam is innocent of the black terrorism that is taking the lives of Muslims today today more than others, and is not due to the law of Islam or the Koran Muslims, but the reasons are due to the policies of great unfair used to dominate and hegemony.
Followers of terrorism belong to the religion of terrorism itself and are far from the religion of Islam religion of love and harmony
They believe in the doctrine of blotshed in all its different sects
And they are killed for the interests of our enemies and the implementation of their goals, the religion of Islam is innocent of the religion of terrorism
Islam, like other celestial religions, urges tolerance and fraternity among human beings for their innumerable differences, because the value of tolerance is of great moral values.
The message of the Prophet Muhammad is not a separate religion independent of the messages of Jesus, Moses, Abraham and Noah, peace be upon them. Rather, it is a final episode in the one chain of divine religion that began with Adam and ended with the Prophet Muhammad.
I would like to point out that this article is not doctrinal but discusses one of the purposes of the Great Religions: Tolerance as a human intellectual issue that serves all human beings and has nothing to do with the religious beliefs and attitudes of the people. It only discusses the importance and necessity of searching for common values ​​among human beings.
I hope that the wise people of every religion, think and guide all over the world to write tirelessly about the values ​​of tolerance and respect for the rights and freedoms of others, because free human thought will one day triumph over the advocates of terrorism.
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To live peacefully
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Now currently doing a research on the relationship between religiosity and mental health. mind to share any literature that answer the question?
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للتدين علاقة وطيدة بالصحة النفسيةلان صاحب الدين وعندنا المؤمن بالله العلي العظيم يكون أكثر ثبات وقوة أمام كل صعوبات الحياة ومعوقاتها ويكون صاحب ثقة وقدرة وصلابة على مواجهتها وإيجاد الحلول السليمة فضلا على أنه يكون دائما متوكلا على الله محبا للحياة متفائلا غير يؤس لاتضايق به الحياة حتى يفكر بالانتحار او الخلاص من الحياة في ابسط مواجه له لمشاكل اجتماعية او اقتصادية او نفسية
اوغيرها من المشكلاته هذا توضيح بسيط لحالة المتدين من منظوراسلامي
للتدين علاقة وطيدة بالصحة النفسيةلان صاحب الدين وعندنا المؤمن بالله العلي العظيم يكون أكثر ثبات وقوة أمام كل صعوبات الحياة ومعوقاتها ويكون صاحب ثقة وقدرة وصلابة على مواجهتها وإيجاد الحلول السليمة فضلا على أنه يكون دائما متوكلا على الله محبا للحياة متفائلا غير يؤس لاتضايق به الحياة حتى يفكر بالانتحار او الخلاص من الحياة في ابسط مواجه له لمشاكل اجتماعية او اقتصادية او نفسية
اوغيرها من المشكلاته هذا توضيح بسيط لحالة المتدين من منظوراسلامي
liltadayun ealaqat watidat bialsihat alnafsitilan sahib aldiyn waeindana almumin biallah alealii aleazim yakun 'akthar thubat waquatan 'amam kl sueubat alhayat wamueuaqatiha wayakun sahib thiqat waqudrat wasalabat ealaa muajahatiha wa'iijad alhulul alsalimat fadlanaan ealaa 'anah yakun dayimaan mutawakilaan ealaa allah mahabbaan lilhayat mutafayilaan ghyr yuasu liaitidayiq bih alhayat hataa yufakir bialaintihar 'aw alkhalas min alhayat fi 'absat muajih lah limashakil aijtimaeiat 'aw aiqtisadiat 'aw nafsia
awghyrha min almushkilatih hdha tawdih basit lihalat almutadayin min mnzwraslami
عرض المزيد
The religion has a strong relationship with mental health, the religion and our believer in God Almighty is more stable and strong in front of all the difficulties and obstacles of life and be confident and ability and hard to face and find solutions to sound as well as that he is always dependent on God love of life optimistic not to disturb the life until he thinks suicide Or salvation from life in the simplest face of social, economic or psychological problems
Or other problems This is a simple clarification of the religious situation of the perspective
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If you were a Muslim and found a church in front of you, would you enter it and respect its rituals?Yes or no and why.
If you were a Christian and found a mosque in front of you, would you enter it and respect its rite Yes or no and why.
And the same question to other religions as well.
What will you answer?
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نعم احترم طقوس الكنيسة لان ديننا يعلمنا الأديان الأخرى ويزرع في نفوسنا المحبةوالتسامح
نعم احترم طقوس الكنيسة لان ديننا يعلمناعم احترم طقوس الكنيسة لان ديننا يعلمنا احترام الأديان الأخرى ويزرع في نفوسنا المحبةوالتسامح ومبدا لا اكراه في الدين و
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Muslim irrigation systems in the medieval time in Ibiza required some water resources. Today these water resources are limited.
I suppose there was a climate change since the 13th century.
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Leon Africanus or Hassan al-Wazzan was born in Muslim Grenade, raised up in Fez, in diplomatic mission in the Middle East, detained in Italy as a slave, freed by Pope Leon X, that induced to write and publish "Description of Africa". Even if his book was mentioning the practices from other religions, it was so intelligently written Inquisitors could not find the argumentative way to condemn it formally. So, little by little, Leon's book turned out to be the book for the ones that didn't want to be condemned formally, let's say for the people that felt guilty and for some sin they were feeling guilty. That's how in Mallorca, they burned up Jews and catholic-converted Jews, whose only fault was to possess Leon Africanus's book, up to 19th cent.
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Interesting facts! Well - this catholic church and its inquisition! So much damage it has inflicted on humanity!
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The systematic use of millet as designation for non-Muslim Ottoman communities. People were bound to their millets by their religious affiliations (or their confessional communities), rather than their ethnic origins, according to the millet concept. In the Ottoman Empire, a millet was a separate court of law pertaining to "personal law" under which a confessional community (a group abiding by the laws of Muslim Sharia, Christian Canon law, or Jewish Halakha) was allowed to rule itself under its own laws. (Wikipedia)
For further information on the Millet System:
"Aspects of Legal Communitarianism in Greece: Between Millet and Citizenship" by K. Tsitselikis
"Millet System (An Overview of Ottoman Social Policy)" by Emrah Sahin
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It was and is a system of limited tolerance for minority Christians and Jews, not a social conversion.
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Islamophobia appears to be on the rise and the western media is making it worse by portraying negative images of Islam and Muslims at a time when the hottest trouble spots are in Muslim land!
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If we judge any religion by the misconduct of its followers then we are definitely going to get a negative impression of that religion. According to the teachings of Islam a Muslim is not supposed to touch a woman outside of marriage, let alone grope one. I do not deny that this has happened and will probably continue to happen if a Muslim’s heart is devoid of inner-fear of Allah (the God), just as those Christian clergymen in the news have molested and sexually abused young boys and girls.
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Racial Profiling of Muslims in Abroad: A Reflection of the Issue in UK and USA, Pre and After-Math of 9-11
How the Islamophobia contributed to a new kind of Racial Abuse for Muslims all over the World
Selected writers are Hanif Kureishi, H M Naqvi and Mohosin Hameed
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The rights of many Arabs and Muslims who were detained in the fight against terrorism after the September 11 attacks in the United States were violated, the court decision is in this country.
According to the 2nd Appellate Court, several security officials led by then President George W. Bush, including former FBI Director Robert Mueller and then Justice Minister John Ashcroft, justified the fight against terrorism, violated the rights of many Arabs and Muslims violating the US Constitution.
Ashcroft, Mueller and former director of the James Ziglar news agency, after September 11, 2001, arrested a large number of men in New York and New Jersey, mostly Muslims and Arabs, and violated their rights for months.
This trial was first launched 13 years ago by a non-governmental organization Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), headquartered in New York. CCR lawyer Rachel Meeropol stated in connection with the decision:
"The court took advantage of this opportunity and reminded the people, whether they were citizens or not, human rights, the rule of law must not be sacrificed in the name of a hysteria of national security."
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If I were to discuss or conduct a series of lectures on human rights issues relating to Islam, Muslims or Muslim dominated, Asian countries like Malaysia, what are the issues that you would probably want me to talk about?
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You cannot avoid talking about women's human rights in muslim countries. situation of women compared to main women's rights conventions
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I have two studies titled “ A Comparative Sports Culture Study between Europeans, North Americans and a Modern Muslim Nation” and “A multidimensional sport attitudes scale for multinational research. If you are interested, I can share them with you.

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  • There are several groups of youth vigilante - cow protection group , Love-jihad group, Hindu yuva sangh group - these are sort of moral police backed by Hindu govt in India , who are beating, lynching & killing Muslim & Dalit .
  • can these be relevent to your work ? If yes , let me know , I am interested to contribute .
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Ohh I thought the book is going to be published . Here it was showing as ‘an ongoing project’ that could be of my interest :)
congratulations on your publication !
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Does Muslim ethics make particular statements about social and environmental challenges?
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The first to start social security are Muslims (for the poor, pregnant women and the disabled). France took this system and applied it to its policy.
The Messenger of Muslims asks his nation:
- not to throw trash on the road, but to clear the road. The preservation of the environment.
- He asks us to plant trees even in the last breath of our lives. The preservation of the environment.
We are invited to spend a small sum each year to give to the poor so that the balance between the members of society.
Islam100% solves all social and environmental problems
I am not a specialist but there is more super example in Islam but unfortunately not in the habit of Muslims
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Last week, about 30 members of the self-described "Decent People" movement disrupted performance of a play called "Our Violence and Your Violence" in the theatre in the Czech Republic.
They consider that play as blasphemous and highly unethical as it ridicules the Catholic Church and the final scene even shows Jesus Christ proceeding to enact the rape of a Muslim woman.
I am going to asses the limits of the freedom of expression in this case. Do you know any useful fresh judgement of the European Court of Human Rights or your national courts that have decided similar case and address the issue of the limits of the freedom of expression, right to religious or right to free cultural performance?
You can read here about the case:
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Under the European Convention on Human Rights, the freedom of expression is protected also against the interference caused by private persons. In another word, the state has a positive obligation to protect rights of individuals against other persons and if the state fails to do so, the positive obligation would be breached and an individual may seek damages from the state. In the case to which I refer, it is also the issue of positive obligations. On one hand, the theatre may claim that the state fails to protect the actors, on the other so-called Decent ppl may claim that they were forced to leave the theatre by the police force and thus the state violates their right to expression.
I am of a view, however, that the Decent people had no right under the Czech Constitution or European Convention to arbitrary interrupt the play. Furthermore, they could use less restrictive ways to express their ideas (for example demonstrate in front of the theatre, sign petition, and so on) and, more important, the play was intended only for ppl who bought tickets and thus the performance was not open to public and couldn´t be offensive for ppl who didn´t want to see it.
However, as I went through the European Court of Human Right´s case law, the Court has reaffirmed in its several judgements that it is in state´s margin of appreciation to consider the level of obscenity of the cultural (piece of) work and to decide if such a play would be tolerated by a state or not. So, if a state will reasonably consider such a play as „beyond the border of decency“ and restricts it, such a restriction would be probably approved by the ECtHR referring to the doctrine of the margin of appreciation. On the other hand, if the state considers such a play as in compliance with the freedom of expression, there is very limited space for „protectionist“ groups such as Decent ppl to restrict it. I absolutely agree with Mary Lowth that such activities represent more of a danger to freedom of expression. I can imagine only very extreme situations when Decent people, as well as anybody else, can interfere into the play and this would be for example the cases when the play gets out of control and instantly endangers health or lives. But this was not such a case.
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If you were to design a course to teach Islamic history, (from outside colonial narratives), within the perspective of Islamic culture, what Islamic thinkers, poets, writers, theorists, and artists would you include and why?
Additionally, should you exclude any controversial sources shared among extremist groups, or should they be included, and subject to rigorous critique by Muslim students?
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Wael B. Hallaq’s The Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s Moral Predicament would be a good choice.
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The issue of halal system has received considerable critical attention both either from academic circle and practitioners in recent years. It is well known that halal no longer applies to exclusively food production and consumption. The halal industry has now evolved from merely halal food products to a holistic halal concept that encompasses the entire value of commercial activities. The global halal marketplace of 1.8 billion Muslims can play an important role in addressing the issue of halal food and food related products (The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, 2011). The largest of these markets are located in Southeast Asia and West Asia. However, the lack of a recognized global halal compliance standard and certification process has caused a lack of confidence for consumers, and uncertainty for the business. Because halal logos vary between company and country, there is no assurance that all products used and the value chain are indeed halal.
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Market research:data collection, questionnaires, surveys, and consumers
panels, modes of buyers behavior; product functions; technical changes and economic of appropriate technology are good tools to measure consumer perception
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Pope John XX111 postulated the thesis, "PACEM IN TERRIS". Simply put, "If you want peace. sow justice". My question is is the church living up to its roles and obligations today?". People like late Rev. Fr.Chukwulozie tried during their lifetime to promote inter - religious dialogue especially Muslim - Christian dialogue. I admonish the church to look into matters of gross violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms that are brought before her. Muslims and Christians are a family. Christians should not judge muslims as people who kill for Allah to make heaven. I was disappointed internally when one of my lecturers last year incited the class against muslims by teaching us that muslims kill in order to make heaven for Allah. I will never forgive him for wrong and hateful teaching. Lets reason together now to make peace reign in Jesus name. Amen.
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D' Accord.
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Research on Muslim community in China
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She was born in Japan, and studied in Iran. Now she is in New York at Stony Brook University.
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By "grace" I mean, the restoration of the relationship between God and man.
This question is aimed at our Muslim friends online - I want to learn.
Please add to your comments reason and (scriptural or other) sources. A 'yes' or 'no' answer would be helpful, but more detail is better. I am only guessing in my assumption, I might be wrong. Help me learn.
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Allahu, many things the Jesus-figure did were opposed to the legalistic function of the law (not all Judaism was like that), so the saying of the Jesus-figure you allude to may mean exactly as you say (adding confusion), indicating a return to non-legalistic responses (my belief), or be simply a misunderstanding.
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This is in view of the development of a country(countries) based on the respect of human life, solidarity, charity, fraternity, tolerance and coexistence between Muslims and Christians. (Interreligious Dialogue) 
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The idea of original sin is difficult to find in the Gospels, and appears an addition. It is certainly not within the Jesus-figure's expressed ideas. The Gospels take a far more intuitive, investigative approach to the matter with greater psychological depth.
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A writer had an open invitation to construct counternarratives based on her summary of groups who attended the "Battles of Berkeley"
What I am asking is a similar call for researchers to provide counternarrative extrapolations from these bullet points.
Pick one, or several, or all OR critique this method for its ability to effectively construct counternarratives. If you do critique, however, please provide more fruitful alternatives :)
MAIN MESSAGING FROM RALLIES (so you can make good counter messaging)
  • Anti-immigration/supports deportation & ICE
  • For Muslim ban
  • Anti-abortion and planned parenthood
  • Anti-government social safety nets like healthcare & snap
  • Mostly Christian
  • Passionately hate Obama and Hillary Clinton (still talks about them)
  • Love president Donald Trump no matter what he does
  • Propaganda pushers of false media
  • Blue Lives Matter
  • Obsessively against Communism
  • Pro-Western Culture, believe everyone should assimilate to their ideal state
  • Pro Confederate monument preservation
  • Fine with people of color (they really hate being called racist)
  • Anti-Black Lives Matter
  • Extremely Patriotic
  • In favor of traditional Male/Female roles (Patriarchy)
  • Fine with LGBT but against trans in the military (because Trump said so)
  • Pretty much anything Trump says they support, except white supremacy because again, they hate being called racist
  • *source link https://www.classic8media.com/news/2017/8/21/battle-for-the-bay-whats-the-real-message
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If I may,
the narrative is not relevant as a series of ideas, those ideas change,
especially given Trump's flip flopping. The narrative is based on groupthink around a personnality (trump) and leaders (pro trump figures, some of the republican leadership) though the identity itself is built, on opposition to mainstream elites, within the right wing. The most effective counter narrative would be to challenge the validity of the basis of the group or the narrative, to destabilize the current ideological bubble. Either showing that elites are just people that should not be opposed as a group, or to show that Trump is not deviating from the mainstream. That would be limited by the fact that the counter narrative cannot be deployed by people who would have interest in lying and can still be dismissed as a democrat plot. Ultimately, the only way to properly engage such a narrative is first on an individual basis, where group effects can be minimized, and then to put such objective and unquestionable points (to a Trump supporter not a liberal) that they would be listened to even if they are opposite to what the group's narrative is.
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Passages such as the following make it sound like the Prophet Muhammad thought the Christian Trinity was comprised of God, Mary, and their offspring Jesus:
God will say: ‘Jesus Son of Mary, did you ever say to mankind: “Worship me and my mother as gods besides God?”’
‘Glory be to you,’ he will answer, ‘I could never have claimed what I have no right to.’ (5.117)
The Creator of the heavens and the earth—how should he have a son, seeing that He has no consort, and He created all things? (6.102)
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Muhammad did not blaspheme when he asked these questions, because he was not a Christian; but many theologians and historians of religions have affirmed that there is a relationship between the beliefs of Muslims and Christians, although Islam appeared approximately 600 years after the birth of Jesus of Nazareth.
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The fertility rate of the Muslims is highest among the religious faiths.Further, the size of the Muslim population is also impacted by considerable conversion ,and de-conversion,if any. The size and percentage of conversion from other faiths to Islam would give an idea of the causal factors to the growth of the size of Muslim population. Gender-specific data of such conversion would be useful.Further, such data from major countries would help to understand the scenario.
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Hello Bedprakas, you might also contact Barna Research, they may have some information to answer your question.
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At the time of writing the history of Islam and the Muslim figures in the 19th century, did the European institutions and Orientalists go back to copy the same sources and writings known that time either in France or in other European countries?
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I think European institutions and Orientalists mostly relied on medieval systems of Islamic thought, especially that of Ibn Taymiyyah.
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Islam and Judaism are unitarian monotheisms, holding that the one God contains a single center of self-consciousness (i.e., person). Christianity is a trinitarian monotheism, holding that the one God contains three centers of self-consciousness (i.e., persons). I'd love to hear Muslim, Jewish, and Christian views on this!
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I believe that in order to answer this question we should consider the symbolic elements that make up Christianity. The Most Holy Trinity is a clear representation of the unifications that Catholicism had to make in order to incorporate pagan religions into the "orthodox doctrine". Sun worship, for example, coincides with the birth of Jesus. The representation of the trinity is a very interesting topic to address. Particularly the version I like the most is this one
Formulation of the Trinity is attributed to the Gnostic teacher Valentinus (lived c.100 – c.160), who according to the fourth century theologian Marcellus of Ancyra, was “the first to devise the notion of three subsistent entities (hypostases), in a work that he entitled On the Three Natures.” The highly allegorical exegesis of the Valentinian school inclined it to interpret the relevant scriptural passages as affirming a Divinity that, in some manner, is threefold. The Valentinian Gospel of Philip, which dates to approximately the time of Tertullian, upholds the Trinitarian formula. Whatever his influence on the later fully formed doctrine may have been, however, Valentinus's school is rejected as heretical by orthodox Christians.
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Your answer is important to help describe a solution to this serious problem that Muslims face in modern times
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1. How do Muslims lag behind non-Muslims? Many live in the same region and share the same workplace, so the statement is nonsensical.
2. The notion of lagging behind in civil progress presupposes that non-Muslims have raced ahead. I’d like to see some evidence for that, especially in the light of 1.
3. The very idea of ‘progress’ is questionable at present.
4. Civic progress is rarely qualified in terms in technology and industry. Look up the word ‘civic’ before using it like that.
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I am looking for information about spread of Islam in Indonesia, it is stated it was in 14th century Muslim Scholars (Ulama) were sent from Turkey to Indonesia.
It is in Kitab Kanzul Hum, it is in library of Turkey. I need confirmation about this kitab by Ibnu Batutah.
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Thanks, actually I am looking info how Muslim Scholars sent to Indonesia, it by Caliphate or by themselves? In addition, who bring Arabic number to Indonesia, especially accounting.
Utsmani khalifa of Turkey came to Indonesia in 15th century. But Muslim Scholars came to Indonesia in 14th century.
The initiator was Syekh Jumadil Qubro (total 9 people, including his son, Malik Ibrahim)
The question is do they also bring accounting or Arabic number to Indonesia in 14th century?
However, Islam came into Indonesia was in 7th century, the best friend of prophet Muhammad PBUH came to Sumatra (Saad bin Abi Waqsh), then there was cemetery of Muslim in the city of Barus (Syekh Rukunuddin died in 672)
Then King in Sumatera sent paper to Umar bin Abdul Aziz to sent Muslim Scholar to teach Islam in Indonesia.
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Many Institutions in Africa lack skilled experience physicians for endoscopy ,especially enteric endoscopy, WE HAVE so much suspected Ulcer patients in North-East Nigeria ,this may be the same for some Muslim dominated countries,does any one know ,where doctors from poor resource setting can attend cheap hand-on training courses for Endoscopy,enteroscopy and Ultrasound courses?.
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Have a look on it..
Note: I am not attached to any of the above courses. I just came across about this piece of information and thought it might be useful to you
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Dear all,
Muslims in Burma are like other humans. They are in urgent need of aid. Is this the religious matter or the matter of Humanity? Why powerful authorities are inactive? Where is UNO? Where are the organisations of human protection?
What we people can do for them? Any Suggestion? 
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its not about muslim. it's about humanity and God's created. We are one. We must know all of history about that. We respond this humanity with love each other
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I am about to embark on a piece of research where I hope to uncover 'core beliefs' and 'schemata' about God and other transpersonal phenomena among muslim participants. I I think that IPA would be a useful method to use in analysing my qualitative data, and the socratic method (especially the downward arrowing) is a standard technique used in accessing core beliefs. So, my question is: could I use the socratic method as my main interview technique and then use IPA as my data analysis method? Very much appreciate any comments or advice on this.
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That sounds like an excellent two-pronged strategy to me. The Socratic method ensures accurate conveyance of religious belief, and IPA ensures objective analysis of qualitative data.
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How should the EU and its allies respond to the needs/demands of polygamous Muslim immigrants?
Answers needed from legal experts, political analysts, sociologists and social field workers, theologians and futurologists who work with statistical predictions.
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Although not an expert on this subject, I would like to express my opinion on this not negligible problem. As in all EU countries there is equality of rights and duties between men and women, I believe that women also have the right to have more husbands or the polygamists must resign themselves to having only one wife.
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What is the reason behind it that America is disturbing the Muslim world?
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We are looking what are the specific contributions of single European countries to modern International Law. At the same time we are examining how International Law is applied in these countries.
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I have been working on my dissertation research project that aims to explore the concept of 'calling' in Indonesian context, predominantly among the Muslim teachers. In this vein, it seeks to rectify the omission of a focus on non-Western context to study this construct, thus attempting to provide a more nuanced picture of the key facets of calling. 
Does anyone perhaps have an interview schedule for examining people's sense of calling in their work from which I can leverage? Of course, it will be tailored to meet the objectives and core questions of my research, and, to uphold our academic values, I can assure for its confidentiality. Hope for your kind support.
Please accept my sincerest thank you in advance.
Regards, 
Nabil 
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Dear colleague, you may find the semi-structured My Career Chapter (MCC; McIlveen, 2006) useful for your purposes. MCC is administered as a written activity that involves reflective conversations with self and others (perhaps an interviewer). MCC can be used for career counselling or career education with students and clients. MCC may also serve as a tool to collect data, which is how it  may be useful for you.
I have attached a link to the My Career Chapter booklet which you can use under a Creative Commons license and links to author versions of some of the papers that describe its applications.
Best wishes for your research.
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I want to know how media portrayal of radicalisation has an impact on young muslims in UK.
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Quite a lot of the literature about Muslim youth reflects upon how frustrated they often are with the ways in which they are misrepresented in the media (e.g. problematic stereotypes about Islam are often reinforced which then has a negative impact on how Muslim youth and treated by others). This is about general media representation rather than it only being about "media portrayal of radicalisation" although this stereotype is one of many that feeds into generally negative and very problematic media coverage.
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Hello. I am currently researching the availability of Muslim burial grounds in European States, especially in France, Germany and the Netherlands. I am also interested in how these cemeteries came to be: were they proactive decisions taken by the States or are they the result of claims made by local or transantional Muslim groups?
Would you know of any articles related to this topic?
Thanks a lot
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Thanks to all of you. The information you facilitated was very useful!
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Currently, some political candidates in the United States have done their best to further alienate the world-wide Muslim Community.   What can we do as social scientists (and U.S. citizens) to neutralize the effects of crazy candidates like Donald Trump?
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I appreciate your concern in this regard . Just as Donald Trump does not represent  all Americans , the extremists don't represent all Muslims, I wonder why it needs to be emphasized so much. Its not that complicated . I really loved the way Pres.Obama expressed his concern on the issue during his recent visit to a mosque, that's how other enlightened social scientists can reach out as well.
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Hello everyone,
I am interested in assessing a Muslim Personality among students. Is there anyone who can enlighten me in this area?
Thank you.
Zainul
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There is a popular quiz website that may give you some ideas at http://www.quotev.com/quizzes/c/Personality/Muslim?v=users
Perhaps more tangential but of interest, Working with religious Muslim clients: A dynamic, Qura’nic-based model of psychotherapy.Abu-Raiya, Hisham
Spirituality in Clinical Practice, Vol 2(2), Jun 2015, 120-133: This article draws on the tenets of a Qura’nic theory of personality that has been recently developed (Abu-Raiya, 2012, 2014) to suggest a dynamic, conflict-based model of psychotherapy that can be utilized when working with religious Muslim clients. This model posits that the human psyche is composed of several structures that represent both satanic and divine sides of humans, and that the foundational conflict operating within the human psyche is between its satanic structures and their divine counterparts. Psychotherapy based on this model aims to uncover the nuances of the posited conflict, reduce anxiety associated with the conflict, and tame the satanic sides of the psyche by strengthening ego functioning and nurturing spiritual life. This type of psychotherapy should be applied by dynamically oriented, spirituality sensitive psychotherapists who are knowledgeable about the major Islamic tenets. It is appropriate for clients who are motivated, insight-oriented, and above all, accepting of the Qura’n as the main authority when it comes to significant psychological and human concerns. This model is brought to life in a case study. The article concludes by pointing to the prospects for the model and the challenges psychotherapists might face in applying it. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2015 APA, all rights reserved)
Note that Google turns up a Muslim Personality Test page that has been disabled.
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Dear "friends" and colleagues
World leaders condemn Paris terror attacks as 'the work of the devil'. And I fully agree, in my humble opinion, with them.
What do you think about the relations of any sort, if there are, between Religion and Violence?
1) Has Islam Given Birth To Monsters?
In Open Letter To Muslim World, French Muslim Philosopher Says Islam Has Given Birth To Monsters, Needs Reform.
He wrotes:
"I See That You Are Losing Yourself And Your Dignity, And Wasting Your Time, In Your Refusal To Recognize That This Monster Is Born Of You"
2) In  a Guide to Understanding Islam
I can read:
"The strangest and most untrue thing that can be said about Islam is that it is a Religion of Peace".
3) I would like to understand How can be done Violence in the name of a Religion
Best and many thanks to Everyone willing to have an Open-minded Discussion
Antonio
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If anyone links Islam or Muslims to terrorism, then my advice to him/her is to broaden his/her vision beyond the "tool" and to search for the "real" mastermind of global terrorism. One cannot blame a "knife" for killing someone; the "person" ,who used this deadly weapon, is to blame & punish. Few questions may help: Who has an interest in destablizing Europe? Who works hard on preventing a meaningful United Europe ? Who targeted Arabic & Muslim countries with invasions & internal troubles? Who established these terrorist gangs & financed them? Who has done lot of work to defame Islam & to portray a negative image of it by huge media machines and by exploiting some philosophical "oriental" mercenaries ? ... 
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I am doing some work on the migrations between Israel and the territories it captured in 1967. This includes several hundred thousand Jewish Israelis ("the settlers"). It also includes over a hundred thousand Palestinians (mostly Muslims) who migrated from those areas to live permanently within pre-1967 Israel. I am having trouble locating an estimate of the number of Israeli Palestinians (holders of Israeli citizenship) who have moved from pre-1967 Israel into the Territories.
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Having followed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for many years, I was intrigued by this question and by the fact that it is so difficult to find an answer. I’ve tried both the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics (where the area “Judea and Samaria” is in the tables showing the distribution of the Jewish population, but not in the tables concerning Arab citizens), and the Palestinian equivalent (where the closest I got was that 5.1% of “health insured persons in Palestine” in 2011 had Israeli health insurance).
The problem seems to be that Arab citizens of Israel are actually not allowed to live in the occupied territories. If some nevertheless do, they wouldn’t want anyone to know.
At http://visualizingpalestine.org/visuals/identity-crisis-the-israeli-id-system, there are maps indicating where holders of different identity cards are allowed to live, and the occupied territories (as well as significant parts of Israel proper) appear to be out of bounds for Arab citizens of Israel. Under “Sources and data” there’s a link to an article by Helga Tawil-Souri from 2011. A table in that article explains that Jewish citizens of Israel are permitted to reside in “Israel, settlements (and illegal outposts)”, and are permitted to travel to “Israel, settlements (and illegal outposts), majority of the West Bank". Conversely, Arab citizens of Israel are permitted to reside in “Israel” and are permitted to travel to “Israel”.
I haven’t been able to confirm this with any legal reference, but that’s what I’ve got.
There is also a project called Love under Apartheid, http://www.loveunderapartheid.com/, which is devoted to the problems of couples where one is from Israel and the other from the occupied territories (or where one is from the West Bank and the other from Gaza, which is also difficult). This is likely one of the main reasons for Arab citizens of Israel wanting to move to the occupied territories. I haven’t seen any statistics on their site, though.
Good luck, and I hope you post any substantive findings. 
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Zakah should be allowed as a credit to normal taxes paid in country of residence especially if the country is majority non muslim. I would imagine that in muslim countries the payment of Zakah is allowed as a credit to other income/wealth taxes paid.
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In Malaysia, zakat is treated as rebate from the total tax payable.
Meaning, if your personal income tax is RM3000, and you have paid RM1000 of zakat, then the tax is RM2000.
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This is one of the  most prominent operational activities that are sensitive to the global business related to the Muslim world. It only come to the main concern to the business circle actively less than 10 years ago in Europe but only in 5 years recently in Muslim countries logistics hubs.  However, the questions of halal commitment of the stringent guidelines are always the focus by the Muslims world towards the acceptance in these activities by their counterparts, the non-Muslim countries. How could it be so sure that the stringent commitment of halal guidelines are being followed strictly, right from the purchase of the halal goods till its supply to the customers destinations?
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This is good opportunity for researchers, practitioners and the industry. With the emergence of Global suppliers  and consumers, Halal Supply Chains are now coming up in big way.  No doubt these standards are sustainable, healthier and add value to the product.  
First we should  develop  proper processes that help in meeting these standards. then, understands the critical success factors and develop a business model. industry supported research is required.
The Arab world is major importers of such products, and with awareness the market is growing to other continents. 
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Starting from the fifteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth century cared painters and photographers Europeans drawing and photographing the daily life of Islamic countries as well as Islamic architecture, especially in Egypt have reported these images and graphics in the study of buildings old and also shed light on the habits and traditions of the Muslim peoples in these centuries.
So I hope that colleagues who know them information on this subject that gives me by private boards of these painters and photographers to Cairo's Islamic historical era, which I mentioned before, a century (15-20) AD.
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Dear Ahmed,
Didn't you hear about the term "lure of the East". Think about it Ahmed, and to be Fair, not just the Islamic Architecture. The Egyptian as well as Mesopotamia Architecture was interested by a lot of photographers, painters and historical researchers, because they are the two oldest civilizations all over the world.
Second point is that the remaining architecture shows the power and development which has been reached by these civilizations.
Who study such powerful civilizations could deal with it as a mystery. One of the famous information poses an interesting Hypothesis that the "Anunnaki" are the Gods as described by the Sumerians, and they had "Android Beings" helping them, can you believe in such a thing?
Finally, if you want a specific answer about Islamic Architecture.
I fully agree with Cecilia. " The legacy of Islamic culture left in southern Europe, made Islamic syntaxes traditional there"and "owning paintings and fine objects of the Middle East... what could be more desirable?",
all that because of the unique society and Architecture in an Islamic country called Egypt " Mother of the world" as Egyptians say.
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The war in Syria is supported by Iran and Hezbollah, which have strong Shiite ties and support the current government. Sunni's from Iran and other Middle East countries are supporting the rebels. Assad's troops attacked the Sunni town of Homs which is reported to support the rebels. While the Syrian war is complex how much influence does the divide between the various Muslim religious groups play not only in Syria but throughout the middle east unrest .
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There is a difference between Sunni and Shi'a Islam that is almost hermetic to Westerners. The Economist did a fairly decent job with this topic: http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2013/05/economist-explains-19 recently. The big sticking points are important in a cultural sense, but in a conflict analysis, you can overlook the numbers: 1.6 billion or so Muslims of which 80% are Sunni....