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Muslims: Citizens of the World

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“Read in the name of your Lord Who has created, He has created man from a clot of blood. Read and your Lord is the Most Generous, Who has taught by the pen, He has taught man that which he knew not.” (The Holy ’Qura~n, Chapter of Al‘ala’q, verses 1-5)

These are the first words of ’Qura~n revealed to Prophet Mu’hammad (May Allaah’s peace and blessings be upon him). They began a tradition that became embedded in Islaam. Read, seek knowledge, and know your Creator.

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 July 2008 10:44

Globalisation & Islaam

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Globalisation is generally seen as an economic movement -a worldwide process of homogenising prices, products, wages, rates of interest and profits-whichdependsonthemovement of commodities, money, information and labor around the globe.

More generally, globalisation is a comprehensive term for the emergence of a global society, a result of advances in communication, transportation, and information technologies. It describes the growing economic, political, technological, and cultural links between individuals, communities, businesses, and governments around the world. 

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 July 2008 10:43

In the Footsteps of Ibraheem: Sustaining the benefits of 'Haj

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Although there are more than 1.2 billion Muslims in the world today, only a very small percentage of us will be blessed with the ability to perform ’Haj.

Once we have left the tranquil confines of Al’haram and resumed our busy and often stressful lives, the closeness we felt to Allaah and the unity of Muslims that is palpable during ’Haj may have unfortunately quickly become a warm but distant memory.

Slavery & Islaam: Why Was Slavery Not Abolished Outright?

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On January 1st, 1863, Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation that mandated freeing all slaves in the Confederate States of America. By summer 1865, about four million slaves were freed, and in December 1865 the constitution of the United States was amended for the thirteenth time to permanently effect the emancipation.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 January 2007 12:53

Islaamic Consciousness: Nationalism or Anti-nationalism? (Part 2/2)

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That is why, for instance, there is a propensity to view the violence perpetrated by Transnational Militants simply as “terrorism” – which indicates a focus on its methods and effects – rather than transnationalism – which is a corollary of, and reaction to, the illogicality of the nation-state given the current advanced state of technology. The masses, in other words, do not possess the necessary concepts or the mindset to produce words that describe the phenomena in a cause-effect manner contextualised within a broad historical milieu because the nation-state is viewed as the only body from which any phenomena can come about or can have any meaning.
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