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Human dignity in Islam and its impact on society

Islamic history has witnessed varying patterns of Muslim-non-Muslim relations, and contemporary Muslim societies are also seeing occasional lapses into negative patterns and advice. The launderette issue, which arose when one or two outlets attempted to offer their services to Muslims only, has, to all intents and purposes, been settled by the Malay Rulers, who rightly sought to put a stop to divisive activities that prejudiced social harmony in the country. Here, we place the issue in the larger context of human dignity as follows........................Download the full article in pdf attachment (below)

 

Mohammad Hashim Kamali

Professor Mohammad Hashim Kamali is founding CEO of the International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia.

Website: www.HashimKamali.com

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Quotable Quotes

The more a person follows his intellect and calms down his passions, the closer he comes to the spiritual life and the love of God and of his neighbour. - Tolstoy

Humour Without Malice

One day, Mulla Nasruddin said to his friends, "If I die, burry me in an old grave". "Why?", asked his friends. "Because", he explained, "if the angels come, I'll tell them that I died years before and have already been questioned and then they will return the way they came".

Hikmah

None of you is a (True) believer until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself.

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