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  • Westernization and Human Welfare
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    Westernization and Human Welfare

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  •  Islamic Thought and Culture
    Islamic Thought and Culture
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    Islamic Thought and Culture

    Islamic Thought and CultureRate this post Most of the papers presented under Muslim-Christian Encounter or Islamic Studies were by special invitation. We also received a number of papers which were unsolicited. In every case we tried to fit the offered papers into the program without jeopardizing the planned themes for sessions. However, the desire of […]

  • Alternatives for the Destiny of European Civilization
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    Alternatives for the Destiny of European Civilization

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  •  Parables: Important Questions – Simple Answers
    Parables: Important Questions – Simple Answers
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    Parables: Important Questions – Simple Answers

    Parables: Important Questions – Simple AnswersRate this post Hujjat Al Islam Mohsin Qara’ati in his televised program Lessons from the Quran is using parables and similes, which has been a very successful method of getting the message of understanding across to the general population. In this publication, the author selected one hundred of the many […]

  •  Education in Islam
    Education in Islam
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    Education in Islam

    Education in IslamRate this post In a society where religion and knowledge in general and science in particular do not go hand in hand, it seems necessary to briefly describe the position of Islam vis-à-vis knowledge, Islam, in theory as well as in practice, has always promoted knowledge. Distinctive mark of human beings over the […]

  •  Shari’a and Human Rights, the Challenges Ahead
    Shari’a and Human Rights, the Challenges Ahead
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    Shari’a and Human Rights, the Challenges Ahead

    Shari’a and Human Rights, the Challenges AheadRate this post There are some people among the non-Muslims and even the Muslims who spread confusion that the concept of human rights is alien to Shari’a (Islamic law) and it has no place in the provisions of the Holy Qur’an (the main source of the Shari’a). The critics […]

  •  Bab ul ‘Ilm Quiz Book
    Bab ul ‘Ilm Quiz Book
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    Bab ul ‘Ilm Quiz Book

    Bab ul ‘Ilm Quiz BookRate this post A quiz is a form of mind sport in which individuals or teams attempt to answer questions correctly. It is also a brief assessment used in education and similar fields to measure growth in knowledge, abilities, and skills

  •  The Memoir of the Listener and the Speaker in the Training of Teacher and Student
    The Memoir of the Listener and the Speaker in the Training of Teacher and Student
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    The Memoir of the Listener and the Speaker in the Training of Teacher and Student

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  •  The Unique Necklace : Al-‘Iqd al-Farid Volume 2
    The Unique Necklace : Al-‘Iqd al-Farid Volume 2
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    The Unique Necklace : Al-‘Iqd al-Farid Volume 2

    The Unique Necklace : Al-‘Iqd al-Farid Volume 2Rate this post Al-‘Iqd al-Farid (The Unique Necklace) is one of the classics of Arabic literature. Compiled in several volumes by an Andalusian scholar and poet named Ibn ‘Abd Rabbih (246-328 A.H. / 860-940 C.E.), it remains a wealth of information about various elements of Arab culture and […]

  •  Islamic Etiquettes
    Islamic Etiquettes
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    Islamic Etiquettes

    Islamic EtiquettesRate this post This booklet titled “Islamic Etiquettes” is therefore being presented so thath people may adopt these etiquettes and put them into practise. There is no doubt in the fact that Islam is a pure religion that encompasses many etiquettes. These include many beneficial etiquettes that are pertinent to people of all walks […]

  •  The Unique Necklace : Al-‘Iqd al-Farid Volume 1
    The Unique Necklace : Al-‘Iqd al-Farid Volume 1
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    The Unique Necklace : Al-‘Iqd al-Farid Volume 1

    The Unique Necklace : Al-‘Iqd al-Farid Volume 1Rate this post Al-Iqd al-Farid (The Unique Necklace), translated into English and now in paperback, is one of the classics of Arabic literature. Compiled in several volumes by an Andalusian scholar and poet named Ibn Abd Rabbih (246-328 H. / 860-940 C.E.), The Unique Necklace remains a mine […]

  •  Enjoining Right and Forbidding Wrong
    Enjoining Right and Forbidding Wrong
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    Enjoining Right and Forbidding Wrong

    Enjoining Right and Forbidding WrongRate this post Enjoining right and forbidding wrong is that with which Allah sent the revealed books, and with it He sent His messengers, and it is an integral part of the way (i.e. the deen). The message of Allah is composed of informative and directive parts. As for the informative, […]

  •  Life as Politics: How Ordinary People Change the Middle East
    Life as Politics: How Ordinary People Change the Middle East
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    Life as Politics: How Ordinary People Change the Middle East

    Life as Politics: How Ordinary People Change the Middle EastRate this post In the popular imagination, the Muslim Middle East is frozen in its own traditions and history—a land of mosques and minarets, veiled women, despotic regimes, and desert sand. But this assumption fails to recognize that social and political change comes in many guises. […]

  •  Khomeinism: Essays on the Islamic Republic
    Khomeinism: Essays on the Islamic Republic
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    Khomeinism: Essays on the Islamic Republic

    Khomeinism: Essays on the Islamic RepublicRate this post “Fanatic,” “dogmatic,” “fundamentalist”—these are the words most often used in the West to describe the Ayatollah Khomeini. The essays in this book challenge that view, arguing that Khomeini and his Islamic movement should be seen as a form of Third World political populism—a radical but pragmatic middle-class […]

  •  Issues in the Islamic Movement
    Issues in the Islamic Movement
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    Issues in the Islamic Movement

    Issues in the Islamic MovementRate this post Ideas make history. The religion of secularism, however, is based on the opposite proposition – that history makes ideas. The root of all struggle in the world today is between these two Propositions and their adherents. Muslims nowadays are the only ones who still hold to the supremacy […]

  • World of Learning Teacher’s Planner
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    World of Learning Teacher’s Planner

    World of Learning Teacher’s PlannerRate this post Q SCHOOL promotes a cross curricular thematic approach to learning where all the areas of the curriculum (Strategies) are integrated and connected within a theme. It allows learning to be less fragmented. The themes become the critical thinking binder that unifies seemingly unrelated information. The four major themes […]

  •  Meeting the needs of Muslim pupils in state schools
    Meeting the needs of Muslim pupils in state schools
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    Meeting the needs of Muslim pupils in state schools

    Meeting the needs of Muslim pupils in state schoolsRate this post The purpose of this guide is to provide background information on relevant Islamic beliefs and practices and values and to deal with issues arising within schools that are important to and may be of concern to Muslim pupils and their parents. The information and […]

  •  Making out in Arabic
    Making out in Arabic
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    Making out in Arabic

    Making out in ArabicRate this post Anaa majnuun bihubbik! Hal mumkin an naltaqya marra ukhraa?—(I’m crazy about you! Shall we meet again?) Answer this correctly in Arabic and you may be going on a date. Incorrectly, and you could be hurting someone’s feelings or getting a slap! Arabic classes and textbooks tend to spend a […]

  •  Muslim Scholars’ Views on Education
    Muslim Scholars’ Views on Education
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    Muslim Scholars’ Views on Education

    Muslim Scholars’ Views on EducationRate this post This work explores the view of different Muslim scholars on education. It starts off by talking about the background of various scholars like Farabi, Avicenna, Tusi, Rumi, Sa’di etc. The second section looks at the Educational Ontology by outlining the goals, principles and methods of education.

  •  Comparative Study of Shared Views of Muslim and Non-Muslim Scholars on Philosophy and Education
    Comparative Study of Shared Views of Muslim and Non-Muslim Scholars on Philosophy and Education
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    Comparative Study of Shared Views of Muslim and Non-Muslim Scholars on Philosophy and Education

    Comparative Study of Shared Views of Muslim and Non-Muslim Scholars on Philosophy and EducationRate this post Philosophy in the present book is considered as a discipline which consists of the branches ontology, epistemology and axiology. In the beginning of each chapter, a short introduction has been written about the personality and biography of the two […]

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