Brunei and Malaysia. Islam is a fast spreading religion and the second largest religion after Christianity. However, the religion today is widely feared by non-Islamic population due to the high terrorists attacks assumingly done by Islamic organizations and the stringent doctrines. These fears and hatred towards Islam is coined under ‘Islamophobia’. Islam is assumed to be promoting war and violence with the contents of the holy book, Al Quran. However, I would argue that Islam is not a religion war
David C. Rapoport’s Wave Theory and Al-Qaeda To introduce you to the next section of the project I would like to outline the main objectives that would analyse Al-Qaeda’s terrorist group. The first point that I will bring would be a short synopsis on the Fourth Wave of terrorism accounting the analysis of David C. Rapoport. Secondly, I will answer on how Al-Qaeda has spread out in so many worldwide countries; analyse the network created by Osama bin Laden that has lead to countless deaths of innocent
for many centuries in much of the world and the history of the interaction of the world’s two largest religions is long and varied. Both carry historical wounds that affect contemporary relationships. “The holy wars of Christianity and Islam, crusade and jihad respectively, represent a conflict of ideology between two Abrahamic faiths…For a religious contrast, where Christians viewed Muslims as worshipping a false god through a false prophet, the Muslims were more concerned with the Christians'
Comparison with other countries that are liberal in Islam. When discussing about liberalism in Islam, there are various nations that can be mentioned which had practiced liberalism, such as Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Tunisia, Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia, Albania, Iraq, Pakistan, Lebanon and Egypt. Many issues can be advanced regarding the issues of liberalism, such marriage, lifestyle, rights as a Muslim, and trend of dress that is appropriate for women to wear in public. Turkey, Bahrain
public good and human social values can be seen in the literature relating to the mosques involved in Faithful Friends. For example, Muhammad Tahir-Ul-Qadri, (Shaykh-Ul Islam), the Founder of Minhaj Ul Quran, one of the Mosques involved in Faithful Friends, has written extensively on the importance of serving humanity. In his book Islam on Serving Humanity, he quotes several Quranic text and several hadiths to support this point. Here is one of the hadiths he quotes on this matter: “O Messenger of Allah
The need to address the concerns of gender gap has been well made known since the United Nation’s Women’s conferences taken places round the world with nation states promoted their agendas (UN Women).their statistic has shown that women and girls are the most vulnerable with regard to the distribution of resources from health education and, economic activities. This essay will seek to address these major gaps in Iran and what is the Islamic republic doing to narrow these gender gaps. The role played