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  • Status Of Women In Islam
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    The Record Set Straight: Women in Islam have rights By Noh a Raga b What do women and Islam have in common Besides the stereotyped images that each suffers from individually, the status of women in Islam is one of the most extremely misunderstood and incorrectly portrayed things in western society. We can investigate why this is so later. First, a brief introduction to the actual status of women in Islam is in order. Before discussing issues pertinent to the social status of women, consider the ...
  • Pakistan Into An Islamic State
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    Q. Discuss in detail the Islamization programme of General Muhammed Zia-ul-Haq as the president of Pakistan. A. Islamization Programme of General Muhammed Zia-ul-Haq: - Background: - General Muhammed Zia-ul-Haq proclaimed Martial Law in 1977 and assumed the office of the President of the country. The then government had to issue several martial law regulations to effectively control the aggravating situation in the country. There is one strong opinion which has effectively prevailed over the yea...
  • Social System In Islam
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    The biased and discrimination in United States have always been done with the minority. Muslims have always been a minority in this country throughout time. They have faced discrimination in society and especially from the government and media. I believe that people running this country are Anti Islamic due to there view on things. Also this is a Zionist country, which is another reason that makes the media discriminate against the Muslim's, due to the conflict with Palestine and other Muslim co...
  • Right Way For Islamic Countries
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    A nour Majid is trying to point out that the Hobbesian state, as representing universal interest rather than class interest, does not apply to Islamic fundamentals and, subsequently, Islamic countries. He seems to be saying that the Hobbesian state is based on equality and human rights, a Westernized idea, and does not apply to Islamic countries. Further, Islamic countries are better off finding their own path to what he calls "expanding the sphere to political freedom". He thinks that the Hobbe...
  • Saudi Arabia's Conservative Form Of Islam
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    Saudi Arabia INTRODUCTION Saudi Arabia, monarchy in southwestern Asia, occupying most of the Arabian Peninsula. Saudi Arabia is a land of vast deserts and little rainfall. Huge deposits of oil and natural gas lie beneath the country's surface. Saudi Arabia was a relatively poor nation before the discovery and exploitation of oil, but since the 1950's income from oil has made the country wealthy. The religion of Islam developed in the 7th century in what is now Saudi Arabia. The Kingdom of Saudi ...
  • Royal Family Of Saudi Arabia
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    In the heart of the Middle East is a country known by many Westerners for its oil production and, often, extremist beliefs of groups within the country. The country is Saudi Arabia, and though it is thought of by many as a rather backward country, Saudi Arabia has a rich history and culture, and it is a country that revolves around Islam and the worship of Allah as the one true God. For about fifteen hundred years, Saudi Arabia's history has centered on one major theme: Islam. Muhammad, the foun...
  • Effect On Human Rights In Muslim Countries
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    Religious institution has a profound impact on any and every society. Social norms, mores, and expectations are mostly defined by our belief systems, even if we ourselves don't practice a religion. Government too is always based on common agreement upon what is right and wrong, and who is to rule. A society can experience violent opposition and revolutions because of radical religious groups. There's no doubt about it. In any society, small or large, primitive or modern, religious institution pl...
  • Different Groups Of Islamic Fundamentalism
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    Over the history of Islam, u lama was a collective name for any learned Muslim who brought wisdom of Islam to people, often leading them in their struggle against internal tyrant or external aggressor. Ulama always were in high esteem, at the same time they remain equal citizens to everybody else, so the Islamic institution of Ulama could hardly be called theocratic; Islam permeated every aspect of community life, yet it does encourage theocratic rule. In his life, every Muslim is guided by Kora...
  • Asian And The Islamic Civilizations
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    Asian Affirmation And Islamic Resurgence Essay, Research Asian Affirmation And Islamic Resurgence Two civilizations that were challenging the theory of Western supremacy and stressing the importance of their own culture in relation to that of the West were the Asian and Islamic civilizations. Both the Asian culture and the Islamic religion entered a great stage of revival and expansion which led to an increase in their self-confidence. Asian self-confidence was the result of rapid economic growt...

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