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The Islamic system of Government

It is to give a brief but accurate account of Islam and its teachings that this work aims. It should provide enough insight into Islam to enable the reader even to challenge those who claim to adhere to Islam and yet commit actions in contradiction to the teachings of Islam and its values. Violence and […]

  • Imam Muhammad Shirazi
  • 1-903323-02-9
  • 2003
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The Islamic system of Government
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    It is to give a brief but accurate account of Islam and its teachings that this work aims. It should provide enough insight into Islam to enable the reader even to challenge those who claim to adhere to Islam and yet commit actions in contradiction to the teachings of Islam and its values. Violence and atrocities committed in the name of the religion have no place in Islam and in fact the author is well known for his views on non-violence as a basic Islamic principle. Throughout the history of human civilization, the system of government has been an important issue and various schools, old and new, such as those of the ancient Romans and the regimes found today such as Marxist, Socialist and Capitalist have evolved in the course of time. Islam is a complete system of life and it therefore sets out a system of government, which encompasses all the concerns of man and his society in harmony with his nature. Within this system, it gives the solutions to the different problems mankind faces at the present time under the various systems of governments including those in the Islamic countries. It was for such a reason that this book was translated to enable the reader to access some of the truth about the teachings of Islam.

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    • Imam Muhammad Shirazi
    • 1-903323-02-9
    • 2003
    • 4th
    • London
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