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Civilisation, Interfaith, Peace & Security
Civilisation, Interfaith, Peace & Security

Civilisation, Interfaith, Peace & Security (38)

Close study of Islamic religious, intellectual and spiritual traditions may demonstrate that peace and Islam are conceptually inseparable, and can be implemented in practice. Islam offers a path to strive for peace, justice and reconciliation in the world through which we may also strive for eternal peace and security in the presence of our Creator. Muslims may uncover, renovate and innovate peace-making practices that realistically embody Islamic ideals people commonly acknowledge yet too frequently ignore in their actual conduct of life. The materials provided by IAIS facilitate integration of theory and practice, aiming at more adequate applications of Islamic peaceful values for human wellbeing and security.

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Globalisation a scapegoat

Hikmah

It is enough of a sin for a man to relate all of what he hears. - Hadith

Quotable Quotes

I looked at my friends, and did not find a better friend than safeguarding the tongue. I thought about all the dresses, but did not find a better dress than piety. I thought about all the types of wealth, but did not find better wealth than contentment in little. I thought about all types of good deeds, but did not find a better deed than offering good advice. I looked at all types of sustenance, but did not find a better sustenance than patience. (Umar bin al-Khattab)

Humour Without Malice

Ahmad was speaking to his friend and shared his hapiness with him. So he said that he is fortunate to have been given two very special gifts in life. The friend was listening - there was a pause. He then asked: what are they Ahmad?Ahmad replied: one is a very good memory that God has given me. Ahmad paused again, and when his friend asked: what is the second one? Ahmad replied: Oh, wait a minute, I am trying to remember!

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