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What is Islamic banking - 0 views

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    Islamic banking is a banking action which is steady with the Islamic law (Shariah). Islamic banking is done as per the tenets of Shariah, regarded as fiqh muamalat (Islamic manages on transactions). It tries not to permit the paying and appropriating of riba' (premium) and furthers more amazing level of decency and value in the behavior of banking business. The foremost Islamic bank was created in Malaysia in 1983. In 1993, business banks, dealer banks and back groups were permitted to give Islamic banking items and aids under the Islamic Banking Scheme (IBS banks). The IBS banks are needed to guarantee that the trusts and actions of the Islamic banking transactions are divided from the traditional banking business. All permitted Islamic banks and IBS banks are needed to showcase the Islamic banking logo as demonstrated beneath: SHARIAH PRINCIPLES IN Islamic BANKING The guidelines and standards of fiqh muamalat radiated from two essential origins of Shariah specifically the Quran and the Sunnah and different auxiliary and legitimate origins of Islamic law.
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TV programs arouses discontentment among the Muslims - 0 views

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    TV can prove to be a vital medium to spread any kind of word. This is what recently happened to a new TV program, which was recently launched in Britian. The program was basically meant to highlight the Islamic history. However things didn't go the way it was expected and a new controversy emerged. The controversy is that the Muslims feel , that words have been minced and misinterpreted regarding the Islamic history. All the guns are actually firing at the author of the program. The first to come into action was the Islamic Education and Research Academy. The academy was of the opinion, that Tom Holland had not taken into consideration the actual facts and realities of the Islamic history. These were actually the highlights of the Daily mail. This unlucky program was shown on Channel 4 , just last week. The program had the title "The untold story." The Muslims were shown to have dressed up in the style of Arabian Tribes. The person who was shown as the historian, had adopted the Indiana Jones attire. The author raised the point that our Holy Prophet (PBUH) had not started his tedious struggle of spreading Islam from Makkah. Another aspect, which the author mentioned was with referencing Islamic historical events with the Quran. The author raised a big question and that how prevalent Islam was during the time of Holy Prophet (PBUH)? Twitter was another medium where this park of anger was ignited. Twitter, Muslim users had a massive reaction towards the author of the program. Muslims condemned Holland at the same time of questioning Islam. 550 complaints were raised and were brought under the notice of Channel 4 and Ofcom. These news of arousal against British programs has become quite common. Another program, that came under immense criticism was "Citizen Khan ", which was again accused of misinterpreting Islam.
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Learn Basic Beliefs and Concepts of Religion "Islam" Islamic School - 0 views

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    Islam religion is the most growing religion on earth; there are more than 2 Billion humans all over the world called Muslims. Islam is based on the Submission of human will to One God "Allah" The only One, The Superior and The Only Creator of This Universe with no partners and all the existence under his own Control.
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Islamic Education: Islamic Schools in South Asia - 0 views

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    There are more than 50,000 Islamic Schools currently operating in Pakistan. It is estimated that one to two million children are enrolled in Islamic Schools. There has been considerable intellectual disagreement about the linkages of Islamic Schools to conflict in Pakistan.
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Islam and Science « Muslim Dunia's Blog - 0 views

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    Islam elevates the acquisition of new knowledge. Modern science was first developed in the Muslim world, all the wealth of knowledge in the world has actually emanated from Muslim civilization, and what people call "the scientific method", is actually "the Islamic method. Muslims started the concept of learning and established Islamic schools where children could learn.
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Five Pillars of Islam « Muslim Dunia's Blog - 2 views

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    After embracing Islam, one must follow the practices of Islam conforming their lives according to the five pillars. The five pillars of Islam are belief in God and the Prophet, fasting, prayers, Zakat (alms-giving) and Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca).
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Islamic Education: Islam and Education - 0 views

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    Islam is the religion of peace, and it is one of the most sacred and trustworthy religions and in Islam to seek knowledge is a sacred duty, it is obligatory on every Muslim, male and female.
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Islamic Festivals « Muslim Dunia's Blog - 0 views

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    There are two great festivals in Islam, 'Idul-Fitr, which falls on the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic year, and 'Idul-Adha, which falls on the tenth day of Thul-Hijjah and coincides with the Yauman-Nahr, "Day of the Sacrifices" in the Hajj Pilgrimage as we have seen.
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illama iqbal poetry - 0 views

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    One of the greatest philosophers of Islam in modern times is Sir Mohammed Iqbal (1877-1938), also called the 'Poet of the East' (Shayar-e-Mashriq). He is the national poet of Pakistan as well as the composer of one of India's most popular patriotic songs (Tarana-e-Hind i.e. The Song of India). His poems, in Urdu and Persian, reflect his philosophy of Islam and his idea of 'the self' (Khudi). Two of his greatest works are 'Shikwa' (The Remonstration) and 'Jawab-e-Shikwa' (The Response). Another great work is 'Tere Ishq Ki Inteha' (The Limits of Your Love). These three poems are addressed to God. The third is an excellent work of poetry in Urdu which captures beautifully the Islamic conception of Divine Love (Ishq). No translation in English, and perhaps any other language, can capture the beauty and depth of this poem and this is but a poor attempt to explain the ten lines of the poem here to the best extent my limited understanding of Iqbal's Urdu poetry allows. The poet writes, "The limits of your Love is what I desire; Look at my naivete, to what I aspire;". What the poet implies here is that Ishq i.e. Love for God has no limits. It can be infinite. Yet, he wants to achieve the unachievable - crossing the limits of Ishq whereas Ishq has no limits. After all, can there be something greater than what is infinite? Thus, so naive and full of love is he that he wants to have more of this love.
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Islamic Education: Making Islamic Education Relevant - 0 views

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    One of the problems faced by many Muslim communities in the area of education are the students and their lack of interest in the material or curriculum. The reality is that many of our children are bored at weekend and full-time Islamic schools and this prevents them from properly absorbing and understanding the knowledge being conveyed.
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Ethics in Islam « Muslim Dunia's Blog - 0 views

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    Ethics generally refers to a code of conduct, that an individual, group or society hold as definitive, in differentiating right from wrong. Islam as a comprehensive way of life encompasses a complete Ethical system that is an important aspect of its world-view.
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Islamic Education: The Mosque - 0 views

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    A mosque is a place where followers of Islam. Muslims offer prayers five times a day. It is the place where collective prayers are offered lead by an Imam. The word "mosque" in English refers to all types of buildings dedicated for Islamic worship.
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Islamic Education: Islam and Ethics - 0 views

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    Ethics generally refers to a code of conduct, that an individual, group or society hold as definitive, in differentiating right from wrong. Islam as a comprehensive way of life encompasses a complete Ethical system that is an important aspect of its world-view.
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Islamic Education: Spiritualism and Mysticism - 0 views

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    The concept of spiritualism or mysticism has existed in the world for thousands of years. It has many schools of thought, which must be dealt here, albeit briefly, in order that the Islamic School of thought about spiritualism can come out clearly vis-à-vis other schools of spiritualism.
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Islamic Education: Islamic Movements - 0 views

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    There are always two distinct kinds of movements. One is launched positively, on the basis of some discovery which is held to be of great benefit of mankind, whereas the other is a negative process, set in motion out of a sense of deprivation, or in order to recover something which has been lost.
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Islam Religion Encourages Learning, Observation and Science Islamic School - 1 views

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    The glory of Muslim civilization among the other communities was only because of the Islam's focus on learning and education. This thing becomes clearer when you study the Quran and life of the Prophet Mohammad, where you can find numerous references to education, need for learning and use of logic.
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Why Islam Is Against Black Magic And Sorcery? Islamic School - 2 views

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    There are certain things forbidden by Allah Ta'ala and are explicitly explained in the Quran . Among such forbidden acts is the act of black magic and sorcery.
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Islamic Jihad « Muslim Dunia's Blog - 0 views

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    Jihad means struggle against anything which reflects the origin of the word from the Arabic verb "jahada" which means to struggle or fight. The concept of jihad is very clear in Islam but mostly it is misinterpreted by non-Muslims as well as by Muslims.
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Brotherhood in Islam « Muslim Dunia's Blog - 0 views

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    The importance of brotherhood in Islam can not be over stressed. There are many Qur'anic verses and hadiths relating to the fact the Muslims are a single united body, each part responsible for the other.
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Tajweed Rules- learn tajweed - 0 views

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    Tajweed Rules It is absolutely important to learn Tajweed rules, as the Islamic religion has expanded within a few decades of its starting to maximum parts of the globe. The people that live in this world have got different religions and languages. Even the alphabets of all these languages are quite different from each other. For Muslims, Al Qur'an will be there for rest of their lives and it will last up to the Judgment day. During the spread of Islam, both the Arab and non-Arab countries were being mixed together, but they had way too much differences in the case of languages and accents. There are still many Middle Eastern countries where Muslim people can't read the Holy Qur'an according to the rules of Tajweed. learning Tajweed Rules There was a time when it was feared that the actual spoken words of our Prophets were not being preserved due to unavailability of Tajweed rules. There was a risk of losing the real pronunciation of reading Al Qur'an. Therefore, it was realized that Tajweed rules had to be managed in such a way that both the Arabs and non-Arabs would be able to preserve the exact words, accent, sounds, and its real meaning. Besides, it is extremely necessary to learn and exercise the rules of Tajweed while reading and reciting the Holy Qur'an.
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