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The University of Wales Trinity Saint David The Muslim Council of Wales The Knowledge Exchange Program of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ‘Ethical Approaches to Peaceful Coexistence’ Tuesday 5th December 2017 in Cardiff, UK. Wednesday 6th December ETHICS (Adab) AND MORALITY (Akhlaq) AS BASES FOR PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE By shaikh Mustafa Ceric ABSTRACT Unlike other world religions, Islam is in an unprecedented focus equally by its apologists and islamophobists. The apologists argue that Islam is a religion of peace (salām) and moderation (wasat), whereas islamophobeists say that Islam is a religion of terror (irhāb) and extremism (tetarruf). The former quote from…

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Central University of Kashmir 5 to 6 July 2017 The Inaugural Session: The inaugural session began at 10:30 in the morning on 5 July with the Head Department of Religious Studies, Professor Hamidullah Marazi, welcoming the members of the audience and other distinguished guests present on the occasion. Professor Marazi also introduced the various aspects of the broad theme of the conference to the audience. His welcome address was followed by another lecture by Mufti Nazir Ahmad Qasimi, Shaykh al-Hadith Dar al-Ulum Rahimiya, Bandipora, Kashmir on “The Conservation of Environment and Role of Islam” thereby setting the tone for serious…

07/10/2017
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Minister of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Call and Guidance Sheikh Saleh bin Abdulaziz bin Mohammed Al­Sheikh, opened here, a workshop on the Theoretical and Practical Reformative Roots of Imam Sheikh Mohammed bin .Abdul Wahab’s call which was held at the headquarters of the ministry . Minister Sheik Saleh Al-Sheikh delivered a speech by saying that scholars are heirs of prophets, and the prophets call to Allah by demonstrating what was revealed to them Then came the role of scholars in every era of the companions, God bless them, on the top the Four caliphs and the ten commandments of Allah, then…

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By Dr. Abdullah bin Fahd Luhidan Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Dawa and Guidance Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Conference of making peace through dialogue Tokyo, Japan 20-21Nov.2011 Making peace through dialogue: A proposal of the Islamic civilization By Dr. Abdullah bin Fahd Luhidan Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Dawa and Guidance Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Conference of making peace through dialogue Tokyo, Japan 20-21Nov.2011 2 In the name of Allah, The most Gracious, Most Merciful, and Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds, and prayer and peace upon the Messenger of Allah Muhammad and all prophets and messengers. Introduction:…

09/13/2015
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Dear friends Thank you very much for accepting our invitation and coming here today. Sometime people calling for communication and understanding are lost. Some Muslims view them as weak, and some non-Muslims still look at them as religious and don’t want to communicate with religious Muslims. The speech is given by Dr Abdullah Al lheedan The executive supervisor of knowledge exchange program In the name of God the Gracious the Merciful Prayers and blessings of God upon all messengers and prophets I give thanks to God for giving Arabs and the world the great religion of Islam. Before Islam, Arabs…

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Introduction Humankind is besieged with all sorts of conflicts. But instead of dealing them through peaceful means, we are often faced with its Darwinian resolution – “The Might is Right” concept, that is, the powerful resort to force and impose their will on the weak. But while this mechanism may apply to others of God’s creation, it does not work for Homo Sapiens: Because we are endowed with a moral sense, which overshadows all our behavior. This moral dilemma requires tackling the underlying problem adequately. And unless it is tackled properly, the conflict persists: It does not go away and…

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When many Jews and Christians view Islam from the outside, they find parallels to their own faiths that usually inspire a great deal of curiosity. These parallels are often doctrinal, sometimes regarding the biographies of Prophets shared between the three Abrahamic faiths like Moses and Jesus (peace be upon them). Yet, sometimes striking parallels are found by the more discerning eye. Deep inquests often reveal textual and lexical similarities that are difficult-if not impossible-to explain by mere theories of one tradition borrowing from another. As millions upon millions of Muslim devotees engage in the rites of the Hajj pilgrimage, one…

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