Unlike those who claimed to be descendants from gods, or those who deemed their blood as blue or nobler than that of the rest of human beings, Islam “taught the unity of the human race in origin and
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The famous slogan of the Jan. 25th Revolution (Egypt, 2011) was – and still is – `Iish, Hurriyyah, `Adalah Ijtima`iyyah (literally, Bread, Freedom, Social Justice!) respectively. Similarly, people
In Part One of this study, I explored the meaning of riba (interest or usury) and its ruling in Islamic Shari`ah. I also elaborated the catastrophes and atrocities of riba. Here, I would study the gra
As far as Islamic shari`ah is concerned, riba is condemned and prohibited in the strongest possible terms. This prohibition cannot be questioned or undermined in any way...
The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap 2013 Report shows wide disparity in Muslim majority countries between men and women across for key areas of health, education, economics and politics. No
As a universal religion born initially in the harsh deserts of Arabia to complete the message of former prophets and convey the divine revelation in its last testament (Qur’an), Islam ascribes the m
This part tackles the necessary reforms to enable the Islamic waqf play its role in sustaining economic and social development.
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