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The Middle Path of Moderation in Islam

The Middle Path of Moderation in Islam

Author: Mohammad Hashim kamali

Foreword: Tariq Ramadan
Publishers: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 978-0-19-022683-1

Page: 336 pages

In The Middle Path of Moderation in Islam, leading Islamic law expert Mohammad Hashim Kamali examines the concept of wasatiyyah, or moderation, arguing that scholars, religious communities, and policy circles alike must have access to this governing principle that drives the silent majority of Muslims, rather than focusing on the extremist fringe. Kamali explores wasatiyyah in both historical/conceptual terms and in contemporary/practical terms. Tracing the definition and scope of the concept from the foundational sources of Islam, the Qu'ran and Hadith, he demonstrates that wasatiyyah has a long and well-developed history in Islamic law and applies the concept to contemporary issues of global policy, such as justice, women's rights, environmental and financial balance, and globalization. Framing his work as an open dialogue against a now-decades long formulation of the arguably destructive Huntingtonian "clash of civilizations" thesis as well as the public rhetoric of fear of Muslim extremism since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Kamali connects historical conceptions of wasatiyyah to the themes of state and international law, governance, and cultural maladies in the Muslim world and beyond. Both a descriptive and prescriptive meditation on a key but often neglected principle of Islam, The Middle Path of Moderation in Islam provides insight into an idea that is in the strategic interest of the West both to show and practice for themselves and to recognize in Muslim countries.

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Islamic Legal Theory

 

Islamic Legal TheoryIslamic legal theory (usūl al-fiqh) is literally regarded as ‘the roots of the law’ whilst Islamic jurists consider it to be the basis of Islamic jurisprudence and thus an essential aspect of Islamic law. This volume addresses the sources, methods and principles of Islamic law leading to an appreciation of the skills of independent juristic and legal reasoning necessary for deriving specific rulings from the established sources of the law. The articles engage critically with relevant traditional views to enable a diagnostic understanding of the different issues, covering both Sunnī and Shī‘ī perspectives on some of the issues for comparison. The volume features an introductory overview of the subject as well as a comprehensive bibliography to aid further research. Islamic legal theory is a complex subject which challenges the ingenuity of any expert and therefore special care has been taken to select articles for their clarity as well as their quality, variety and critique to ensure an in-depth, engaging and easy understanding of what is normally a highly theoretical subject.

Professor Mohammad Hashim Kamali is one of the contributors to this volume.

ISBN 978-1-903682-83-8

For more information please refer to the publisher's website;http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9780754628781

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War and Peace in Islam: The Uses and Abuses of Jihad

 

war and peace in islamEdited by H. R. H. Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad, Ibrahim Kalin, and Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Cambridge: Islamic Texts Society, 2013
554 pages, paperback
ISBN: 978-1-903682-83-8

No word in English evokes more fear and misunderstanding than ‘jihad’. To date the books that have appeared on the subject in English by Western scholars have been either openly partisan and polemical or subtly traumatized by so many acts and images of terrorism in the name of jihad and by the historical memory of nearly one thousand four hundred years of confrontation between Islam and Christianity.

War and Peace in Islam: The Uses and Abuses of Jihad aims to change this. Written by a number of Islamic religious authorities and Muslim scholars, this work presents the views and teachings of mainstream Sunni and Shi’i Islam on the subject of jihad. It authoritatively presents jihad as it is understood by the majority of the world’s 1.7 billion Muslims in the world today, and supports this understanding with extensive detail and scholarship.

Though jihad is the central concern of War and Peace in Islam: The Uses and Abuses of Jihad, the range of the essays is not confined exclusively to the study of jihad. The work is divided into three parts: War and Its Practice, Peace and Its Practice, and Beyond Peace: The Practice of Forbearance, Mercy, Compassion and Love.

War and Peace in Islam: The Uses and Abuses of Jihad aims to reveal the real meaning of jihad and to rectify many of the misunderstandings that surround both it and Islam’s relation to the ‘Other’.

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Citizenship and Accountability of Government: An Islamic Perspective

 

Citizenship and Accountability of GovernmentBy Mohammad Hashim Kamali

ISBN: 978-1-903682-61-6
Published: June 2011

Publisher: The Islamic Texts Society

 

Citizenship and Accountability of Government: An Islamic Perspective is the final volume in Prof. M. H. Kamali's series on fundamental rights and liberties in Islam. It includes discussions of: the definitions of citizenship; the rights of citizens; the duties of citizens; citizenship laws; the concepts of dār al-Islām (abode of Islam), dār al-ḥarb (abode of war) and the dār al-ʿahd (abode of treaty); theummah and the nation-state; government as a trust; the selection of officials; the relationship between authority and citizens; corruption and the misuse of public funds; despotism and dynastic misrule; the right of complaint; the limits of obedience; impeachment of officials and heads of state; the foundation of institutions of accountability. In addition to the topics of citizenship and accountability of government, this volume contains a discussion of freedom of movement in Islam which is the last of the fundamental rights in Prof. M. H. Kamali’s series.

 

Dr Mohammad H. Kamali is Chairman of the International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He was formerly Professor of Law at the International Islamic University Malaysia, where he taught Islamic law and jurisprudence for over twenty years.

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The Right to Education, Work and Welfare in Islam

 

The Right to Education,WorkandWelfare in IslamBy Mohammad Hashim Kamali

ISBN: 978-1903682593
Published: February 2011

Publisher: The Islamic Texts Society

 

In The Right to Education, Work and Welfare in Islam Professor M.H. Kamali develops an Islamic perspective on three connected and complementary areas of rights and liberties. He argues that education is often a necessary ingredient of professional work even more so now than in earlier times when the range and variety of specialised knowledge were relatively limited. A person who acquires education, whether generally or at advanced levels of specialisation, is more likely to stand in a better position to enter the workforce and thus to contribute to the welfare of the community.

 

The author commences his discussions on education, work and welfare in Islam by focusing on how each is treated in the Qur’ān; and follows this by the example of the Prophet and, after him, the Pious Caliphs who gave prominence to the education and welfare needs of people at times both of scarcity and affluence. Professor Kamali then moves forward to our time and discusses the right to education, the education of children, institutionalisation of learning, academic freedom and the debate between science and religion.

 

The section on work elaborates on the value of work, work ethics, workers’ and employers’ rights and responsibilities, and the role and responsibility of governments.


Finally, the section on welfare focuses on the importance in Islam of caring for those who are in need and the different forms of provision that can be made available by individuals, the state and charities.

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Evolving Muslim Theology of Justice


Evolving_Muslim_Theology_of_JusticeBy David L. Johnston

ISBN: 978-983-861-413-9
Published: 2010 Universiti Sains Malaysia


In this book, the author reflects upon the writings of three well-known contemporary Muslim thinkers—Jamal al-Banna, Mohammad Hashim Kamali and Khaled Abou El Fadl. All three try to make sense of Islam’s contemporary role in the face of modernity and globalisation by examining the religion from within the tradition. These are scholars whose religious authenticity has never been questioned. At the same time, they remain open to not only non-Muslim religions and secular philosophies but also to the diversity of thought that lies within Islam which is sometimes suppressed by those who adopt an authoritarian approach to the religion.

 

All in all, this writing represents a significant contribution towards a better understanding of the role that Islamic ideas on justice can play in shaping contemporary civilization.

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Shari’ah Law: An Introduction


978-1-85168-565-3By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Oxford: ONEWORLD, 2008. pp. x + 342
ISBN: 978-1-85168-565-3

Providing a comprehensive and accessible examination of Shari’ah Law, this concise introduction examines the sources, characteristic features, and schools of thought of a system often stereotyped for its severity in the West.

For further information please visit: www.oneworl-publications.com


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The Right to Life, Security, Privacy and Ownership in Islam


The Right to lifeBy Mohammad Hashim Kamali

ISBN: 978-1-903682-54-8 Hardback
ISBN: 978-1-903682-55-5 Paperback
Published: June 2008 The Islamic Texts Society

A person’s right to life, personal security, privacy, and ownership are the most basic of all the fundamental rights and liberties and are of concern to all legal systems and traditions. To address them side by side with one another, as is attempted in the present volume, is reflective of their natural priority and significance. These rights are simultaneously the most vulnerable to aggression and abuse.

The right to life is the basic right from which all the others derive. The discussion of this fundamental right includes: the sanctity of life from the Islamic perspective, murder, unintentional killing, the death penalty and compensations for victims. This chapter also includes discussions of abortion, suicide, and euthanasia.

The second of the rights discussed is the right to security and this includes: the security against unlawful arrest, the right to fair treatment, the right to counsel, freedom from aggression and torture.

The third right is that of privacy and is mainly concerned with the privacy of one’s home, confidential correspondence, and immunity against invasion of privacy in the forms of interception of correspondence, eavesdropping and other such violations.
Finally, the discussion of the right of ownership includes the four aspects of ownership in Islam, legitimate and illegitimate means of acquisition of ownership, and the restrictions that the Sharia imposes on the exercise of this right including taxation, inheritance and bequests.


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Maqasid al-Shari’ah Made Simple


9781565-644427Occasional Paper Series 13
By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
London & Washington: The International Institute of Islamic Thought, 2008. pp. 26
ISBN: 9781565-644427

 

Al-Maqasid al-Shari’ah, or the Higher Objectives of Shari’ah, is a manifestly important and yet somewhat neglected discipline of the Shari’ah. The Shari’ah generally is predicated on benefits to the individual and the community, and its laws are designed to protect these benefits and to facilitate the improvement and perfection of the conditions of human life. The Qur’an is expressive of this when it points to a signature purpose of the prophethood of Muhammad (SAW): “We have not sent you but as a Mercy to the worlds” (Qur’an 21:107). This can also be seen in the Qur’an’s characterization of itself as “a healing to the (spiritual) ailments of the hearts” and “a Guidance and Mercy” for the believers and mankind (Qur’an 10:57). The objectives of rahmah (mercy or compassion) mentioned in these two verses are further substantiated by other provisions in the Qur’an and Sunnah (the Traditions of the Prophet) that seek to establish justice, eliminate prejudice, and alleviate hardship. The laws of the Qur’an and Sunnah also seek to promote cooperation and support within the family and the society at large. Read Full Summary....


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Equity and Fairness in Islam


9789833-074471By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Ilmiah Publishers, 2006. pp.141
ISBN: 9789833-074471

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An Introduction to Shari’ah


9789833-074440By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Ilmiah Publishers, 2006. pp.304
ISBN: 9789833-074440

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Equity and Fairness in Islam


978-1903682-418By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Cambridge, UK: Islamic Texts Society, 2005. pp. x + 141
ISBN: 978-1903682-418

First work in the English language to deal specifically with the subjects of equity and fairness in Islamic law. Origins, nature and different legal perspectives on the concept of istihsan, followed by definition and examples of its applications, including issues related to Islamic banking, sale transactions, charitable endowments, pensions funds and others.

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Islam in Southeast Asia


Islam in SEAeds. K. S. Nathan and Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2005
ISBN: 981-230-283-2

This book looks at Islam and its strategic implications for Southeast Asia. Part I outlines Islamic doctrine and traces the history and growth of Islamic economic institutions in the region. In Part II, politics, governance, civil society and gender issues are examined in the context of Southeast Asian Islam. Part III devotes itself to the impact of modernization and globalization on Muslim society. Part IV examines and evaluates the impact of the 2001 terrorist attacks on the icons of the American superpower. The Conclusion offers some perspectives on the challenges and prospects for Islamic doctrine and practice in the context of Southeast Asia.


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A Textbook of Hadith Studies


0-86037-435-1By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
United Kingdom: The Islamic foundation, 2005. pp. xi + 257
ISBN: 0-86037-435-1

A Textbook of Hadith Studies provides a wide-ranging coverage of Hadith methodology and literature for intermediate and advanced level of study. It offers insights into the history of Hadith, their compilation, documentation and methods for ascertaining their accuracy. It deals with the principles of Hadith criticism (al-jarh wa al-ta’dil) and classification.

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Istihsan: (Juristic Preference) and Its Application to Contemporary Issues


9960-32-012-XBy Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Eminent Scholars’ Lecture Series No. 20
Islamic Research and Training Institute Islamic Development Bank. pp.148
ISBN: 9960-32-012-X

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Istihsan and the Renewal of Islamic Law


Istihsan and the Renewal of Islamic Law Islamic Studies Occasional Papers 58
By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Islamic Research Institute International Islamic University Islamabad – Pakistan, 2004. pp. 39

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Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence


978-0946621-828By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Cambridge, UK: Islamic Texts Society, 2003
ISBN: 978-0946621-828

This third edition of the best-selling title Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence has been completely revised and substantially enlarged. In this work, Prof Kamali offers us the first detailed presentation available in English of the theory of Muslim law (usul al-fiqh). Written as a university textbook, Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence is an essential reference work not only for students of Islamic law, but also for anyone with an interest in Muslim society or in issues of comparative jurisprudence.

For further information please visit: www.its.org.uk
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The Dignity of Man: An Islamic Perspective


978-1903682-036By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Cambridge, UK: Islamic Texts Society, 2002. pp. xvi + 265
ISBN: 978-1903682-036

The Dignity of Man: An Islamic Perspective provides the most detailed study to date on the subject of the dignity of man in Islam. This book goes a long way towards exploring an alternative to Western concepts of human rights. The Dignity of Man: An Islamic Perspective is part of a series of studies on fundamental rights and liberties in Islam.

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The Dignity of Man: An Islamic Perspective


dignity3By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Ilmiah Publishers, 2002. pp. xvi +118
ISBN: 9789832-092025

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Freedom, Equality and Justice in Islam


978-1903682-029By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Cambridge, UK: Islamic Texts Society, 2002. pp. 195
ISBN: 978-1903682-029

In Freedom, Equality and Justice in Islam, M H Kamali presents the reader with an analysis of the three concepts of freedom, equality and justice from an Islamic point of view and their manifestations in the religious, social, legal and political fields. Companion volume to The Dignity of Man and Freedom of Expression in Islam.

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Hadith Methodology


9-789832-092759By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Ilmiah Publishers 2002, pp.vii + 332
ISBN: 9-789832-092759

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Islamic Commercial Law: An Analysis of Futures and Options


9789832-092742By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Ilmiah Publishers, 2002. pp. xxii + 253
ISBN: 9789832-092742

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Freedom, Equality and Justice in Islam


9-789832-092032-2By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur; Ilmiah Publishers, 2002. pp.xi + 184
ISBN: 9-789832-092032

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Appellate Review and Judicial Independence in Islamic Law


Appellate Review and JudicialIslamic Studies Occasional Papers 4
By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Islamic Research Institute International Islamic University Islamabad – Pakistan. pp. 39

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The Right to Personal Safety and the Principle of Legality in the Shari’ah


The Right to Personal SafetyIslamic Studies Occasional Papers 41
By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Islamic Research Institute International Islamic University Islamabad – Pakistan, 2001. pp. 45

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Issues in the Legal Theory of Usul and Prospects for Reform


Issues in the Legal Theory of UsulIslamic Studies Occasional Papers 43
By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Islamic Research Institute International Islamic University Islamabad – Pakistan, 2001. pp. 23

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Islamic Commercial Law: An Analysis of Futures and Options


978-0946621-798By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Cambridge, UK: Islamic Texts Society, 2000. pp. xxii + 253
ISBN: 978-0946621-798

Futures and options are a completely new phenomenon which has no parallel in Islamic commercial law. This work focuses on options and futures as trading tools and explores their validity from an Islamic point of view.

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Islamic Law in Malaysia: Issues and Developments


978-9832-092278By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Ilmiah Publisher, 2000. pp.352
ISBN: 978-9832-092278

The book addresses Shari’a-related issues that Malaysia has experienced in recent decades, especially since 1970s when Islam became more visible aspect of government policy. The quest for relevant answers to Shari’ah law reform through ijtihad and other issues of concern to society is bound to be a continuing preoccupation of every representative government in this country. This book is a modest contribution to this continuing search for balanced approaches to Shari’a-related issues.

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Freedom, Equality and Justice in Islam


9-789832-092032By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Jointly published by Ilmiah Publishers, Malaysia and The Islamic Foundation, UK, 1999. pp. 237
ISBN: 9-789832-092032

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The Dignity of Man: An Islamic Perspective


9-789832-092025

By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Jointly published by Ilmiah Publishers, Malaysia and The Islamic Foundation, UK, 1999. pp. 106
ISBN: 9-789832-092025

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Maqasid al-Shari’ah: The Objectives of Islamic Law


Maqasid al-Shariah The Objectives of Islamic LawIslamic Studies Occasional Papers 33
By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Islamic Research Institute International Islamic University Islamabad – Pakistan, 1999. pp. 20

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Freedom of Expression in Islam


9789832-092018By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Ilmiah Publishers, 1998. (Revised edition) pp. 349
ISBN: 9789832-092018

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Freedom of Expression in Islam


978-0946621-590By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Cambridge, UK: Islamic Texts Society, 1997. pp. 349
ISBN: 978-0946621-590

In recent years the subject of freedom of expression has become a topic of heated debate. Freedom of Expression in Islam offers the first and only detailed presentation in English of freedom of expression from both the legal and moral perspectives of Islam. Companion volume to The Dignity of Man and Freedom, Equality and Justice in Islam.

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Prinsip dan Teori-Teori Hukum Islam (Usul Fiqh)


9798581-628

By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Yogyakarta: diterbitkan Pustaka Pelajar bekerjasama dengan
Circle for the Qur’an and Humanity Studies, 1996. pp. xxi + 302
ISBN: 9798581-628


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Punishment in Islamic Law: An Inquiry into the Hudud Bill of Kelantan


983-884-038-6By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Institut Kajian Dasar, 1995. pp. xvii + 178
ISBN: 983-884-038-6

The Hudud Bill confronts the people of Kelantan and Malaysia with the prospects either to conform to the specific rules of Shari’ah at the expense of its higher objectives, the maqasid al-Shari’ah, or else to uphold the higher purpose of Shari;ah at the expense of some compromise on specifics. The relationship between the hudud and justice is one of the specific to the general and of the means to the end. In this book, Dr. Kamali advances the view that it is probable to administer justice even if it entails compromise on enforcing the specified punishments.

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Freedom of Religion in Islamic Law


Freedom of Religion in Islamic LawBy Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Capital University Law Review, Vol. 21, winter 1992, No. 1

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Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence


967-978-281-6By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Kuala Lumpur: Pelanduk Publications, 1989. pp.xxii + 524
ISBN: 967-978-281-6

This third edition of the best-selling title Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence has been completely revised and substantially enlarged. In this work, Prof Kamali offers us the first detailed presentation available in English of the theory of Muslim law (usul al-fiqh). Written as a university textbook, Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence is an essential reference work not only for students of Islamic law, but also for anyone with an interest in Muslim society or in issues of comparative jurisprudence.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 March 2011 17:08

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Law in Afghanistan: A Study of the Constitutions, Matrimonial Law and the Judiciary


9004071288-9789004071285By Mohammad Hashim Kamali
Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1985. pp. viii + 265
ISBN: 9004071288 | 9789004071285


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Hikmah

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said:"Do you know who will go first on the Day of Resurrection to the shade of God?...Those who when given what is right accept it, when asked for something give freely and who judge in favour of others as they do for themselves." Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 1042

Quotable Quotes

Martin Luther King called the United States "the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today" - and said, "A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death." (Martin Lurther King)

Humour Without Malice

Young man: Ya Shaykh, I have repented, Alhamdulillah, but I cannot forget the woman I love. Shaykh: Pray to Allah using various supplications Young man: Please tell me some that I may use Shaykh: Oh Allah, put Iman in my heart, in my hearing, in my sight and in my path The young man interrupted and said, "Ya Shaykh, the woman that I love is called Iman."

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