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" ليست المشكلة أن نعلم المسلم عقيدة هو يملكها، و إنما المهم أن نرد إلي هذه العقيدة فاعليتها و قوتها الإيجابية و تأثيرها الإجتماعي و في كلمة واحدة : إن مشكلتنا ليست في أن نبرهن للمسلم علي وجود الله بقدر ما هي في أن نشعره بوجوده و نملأ به نفسه، بإعتباره مصدرا للطاقة. "
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الثلاثاء, 07 تموز/يوليو 2020 08:14

How Billionaires Go Broke: 8 People Who Lost Almost Everything

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Would you please visit this page to read all a studie of Toni Allen : https://commodity.com/blog/biggest-lost-fortunes/?off  
الثلاثاء, 24 آذار/مارس 2020 13:40

Why the Arabic Language is important?

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The Arabic language has got great importance in Arab culture, heritage and literature, aa it considered a part of the Arab civilization. The following points summarize the importance of the Arabic language: Arabic is one of the Semitic human languages, which has been preserving its linguistic and grammatical history since ancient times. Arabic is the language of many peoples and tribes, such as Thamud, Aad, and others, and this has contributed to its spread in Arabia and the Levant. The Arabic language contributes to the rising of many civilizations, especially Europeans, which encouraged the Europeans to learn and understand it’s…
This can be answered “maybe” since to date, the sharia banks, in the financial and economic concept, still offer higher cost of lending than that of conventional banks. Last, Tripp (2006) theorizes that interest is usury in Islamic economic concept. This theory can be deemed as the foundation of anti-capitalism. Sharia banks then pretend to not recognize the bank interest. Sharia banks undertake a concept called agreed-interest. This sort of manipulation of Islamic sharia accounting becomes very interesting to learn. Is it caused by the essence and the real substance? Furthermore, the re- viewer presents an example to clarify this…
In other words, the capitalist nations are still running the concept of a fair and civilized humanity. It is also supported by the evidence that capitalist nations always spend their national budget in order to help the poor nations for the welfare of their people. Reviewer concludes that capitalism do not merely create human to act selfish. Human’s selfish actions always exist, more likely or less likely, on every imaginative and practice of capitalism and socialism. Furthermore, selfish actions are exacerbated by bad law, bad governance, poverty and poor education of religion or moral and ethical. Third, Tripp (2006) suggests…
Tripp (2006) gives an opportunity to unite the Islamic economic and modern capitalism into a bowl of economy. Unity of Islamic and non-Islamic economic have been a step to ensure the progress of civilization of the world economy because of its inability to distinguish between right and wrong. Economic unity also shows both of them are able to complement each other to solve problems of future social and economic life. COMMENTS AND CRTITICS: FALLACY AND EQUIVOCAL ARGUMENTS This subsection reveals the results of the study by the author. The study results are based on the denominators of the science that…
BOOK CONTENT Tripp (2006) presents a book titled: “Islam and the Moral Economy: the Challenge of Capitalism”. This book revealed that the development of sharia economic grows rapidly, depicting an evidence of a rejection of conventional capitalism. However, the growth is still hampered by the argument in the form of economic development of world’s capitalism that has rooted in the politic and economic structure. According to the contradictions, the author presents a framework of arguments to identify and investigate the actions of Islamic economic actors in order to anticipate, respond and act against the phenomenon. Furthermore, Tripp (2006) elaborates the…
war in Afghanistan should be studied in relation to political culture, political economy and broader national and regional history. After the formation of the modern nation-state between 1880-1929, Afghanistanhas witnessed at least seven major conflicts. Starting from the war of state construction and establishing a centralized authority between 1880-1901; on through the 1919 conflict with British India and guerrilla war against the Soviet invasion and the Communist administration in Kabul (1979–92); onto the civil war among the rival mujahedeen factions (1992–96); and the ongoing fight against the Taliban, war has been an almost continual presence in the lives of Afghans. Mainstream literature on Afghanistan tends to…
“If God had so willed, He would have made you a single people,” the Qur’an states (5:48). However, after having created all of humanity from a single male and female, God made us into different “nations and tribes” (49:13). The purpose of having created us in distinct ways, is that we “come to know each other” through respect and love and so we can “race each other in all virtues” and compete for the good (5:48).   The Qur’anic “come to know each other” can serve as an instructive interpretation of the deeper meaning of education. The main ambition of…
الأربعاء, 01 آذار/مارس 2017 15:01

Asia and the Old World Order

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Some commentators predict that the 21st century will be the ‘Asian century’, marking a significant shift in power from West to East. If so, it will not be so different from the global order of the 19th century, says Thomas DuBois. As late as the 1990s the global dominance of western ideals, values and institutions seemed unassailable. The Soviet Union had collapsed and China was in disarray. The California dotcoms were booming. The Asian financial crisis of 1997 looked like the final vindication of the clean and open economic institutions of the West over the back room crony capitalism of…
الجمعة, 23 كانون1/ديسمبر 2016 10:39

Research based instruction in the teaching of islamic education

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Introduction To anticipate the negative effects brought about by the developments in the field of Information and Communication technologies (ICT), and with the influence of globalisation, it is necessary for human beings to understand how to behave in society. In other words, people have to be aware of the values and virtues society wants as they face new life demands. The question arising is how to make people aware of their responsibility in such a rapidly changing world. According to Lickona (1992) people should be taught both academics and virtue or good character in order to live a noble life.…
الثلاثاء, 07 حزيران/يونيو 2016 09:46

Cambodian Cham Identities in a Global Age

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A review of From the Khmer Rouge to Hambali: Cham Identities in a Global Age, by Kok-Thay Eng. The Cambodian Genocide: most scholars have heard of it. It is a critical case in ongoing studies of Genocide Studies, International Law as well as Memory and Social Trauma that many teachers will have to address. From forensic anthropologists to criminal investigators, journalists to historians—and even experts in literature—the case of a series of mass killings that emerged out of Cambodia between 1975 and 1979 under the Democratic Kampuchea (DK) regime, most frequently referred to as the “Khmer Rouge”(Kh.: Khmer Kraham), will be…
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