But problem is that what way we adopt to do this. Which factors affect on this and what should we do? Muslim should focus on Islamic rules: Islam is the only one region in the world that does tell us the everything about the way of life. Islam tells us the better way of life. Our prophet Muhammad (saw) is the ideal of every person and nation.
Sharia is important to Muslims in the sense that it is both universal and egalitarian (Exposito, 1988). Sharia is applicable for all mankind and does not differentiate between ethnicity, as mention earlier. Islamic Sharia concerns with what a Muslim should do and what a Muslim should not to, no matter where that Muslim stand on the social hierarchy.Sharia is also important to Muslims because it stresses the importance of unity. Exposito (1988) Explains it in the following way: “All Muslims, Arab and non-Arab, rich and poor, black and white, caliph or craftsman, male and female, are bound by Islamic law as members of a single, transnational community of brotherhood of believers”. The importance of unity is also an obligation for the Muslims and it prescribed in the Quran (Ali, 2003): “And hold fast, all together, by the Rope which Allah stretches out for you and be not divided among your selves; for you were enemies and He joined your hearts in love, so that by His Grace you became brothers and you were on the brink of the Pit of Fire and He saved you from it.
This creates a very strong community. A follower of Islam must first choose to be a Muslim, and then he/she has the freedom to choose other relating subgroups (i.e. ethnicity, gender, nationality). It is a grand testament to the priority Islam places on umma by asking all Muslims to sacrifice in aiding other Muslims. This unifies Muslims as a collective first, after, individuality occurs on the basis of a Muslim’s choice in how he/she aids fellow Muslims.
It is obvious, therefore, Islamic management system is comprehensive one based on the philosophy of faith in Allah. It does not exclude secular system so long as it does not contravene with the Islamic syariah. Islamic system without worldly need system is incomplete. Muslims became static after their downfall because they had wrong direction and perception about Islam. As such, they did not emphasise on the development of worldly needs in science, technology etc.
The different religious values held by different religions are essential for the promotion of peace and assurance of a peaceful local, national, and global community. For instance, the core values of Islam shun war while emphasizing on the need for peace and therefore their application in the promotion of peace would be of great importance. Islamic Values Concerning War and Peace Different religions hold and promote different values, whose integration in interaction with people in the society ensures peace and social coherence. The religion of Islam is deeply rooted in the teachings of peace and the promotion of such is a duty any Muslim should take seriously. By a matter of fact, as-Salam, an instinctive attribute of the one and the only true God, Allah, means peace (Ashraf 116).
Islam has particularly effective methods for guiding the individual towards attaining inner peace. The aim of Muslim adherents is to submit to Allah and in this submission peace is found. Muslims recognize that peace is not possible outside of a relationship with Allah. Submitting to the will of Allah is the only way of achieving peace with Allah. The Qur'an sets a clear path for Muslims to follow in their wish to submit to Allah.
Their dedication to their tradition was a barrier to their acceptance of the West’s freedom of speech. Every tradition is relied upon to be regarded by different societies and that the difference should not be a reason for disdain between both, the Muslims and the
Both Islam and Christianity promote the concept of peace within religious communities and throughout the world. The sacred texts of these religious traditions provide the principal teachings on peace and acts as an incentive towards the contribution of each religion to world peace. As a response to the issue of world peace, both Islam and Christianity are contributing to a significant process towards world peace at a number of different levels through initiatives, organisations, public statements by influential figures and interfaith dialogue. Islam emphasises peace as a fundamental value and views peace as something that can only be found in submission to the will of God. Adherents must consistently strive to live in submission to the will of God by living a ‘rightful and lawful’ life, ‘O you who believe!
This paper will demonstrate the compatibility and importance of religion with public policy by highlighting the wealth of common objectives that the two share, placing a key emphasis on the interdependence of Islam and Middle Eastern life. It will also explore the high-quality treatment extended to minorities in Middle Eastern states while drawing parallels with Western societies and discussing the incompatibility of Islam and the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights. In stating that religion should be detached from public policy the implication is that governments should be secular. This however is not possible in an area such as the Middle East as Muslims not only perceive Islam as a... ... middle of paper ... ...12 November 2010. British Broadcasting Corporation.
Al-Shari’a indicates an ‘Islamic version of rule of law,’ that is, of the notion that there is a standard by which rulers and ruled alike must be judge” (39) The Shari'a is expression of the kindness of Allah, God, because it secures people’s interest, those seek security, by following the right path that leads to happiness. The practice of Shari'a reasoning is broader than other ways of thinking, since it controls not only individual relationship or societal relationship, but also a person’s relationship with Allah. The practice of Shari'a reasoning acts as an ethical guidance of what a person ought to do and constraints him or her from doing it with law. Throughout history, the practice of Shari'a has changed because of the different approaches between the two main branches of Islam, Sunni and Shi'a and the people who can engage in Shari'a reasoning. Sunnis and Shi'a approaches to Shari'a reasoning differs because of their different beliefs on the successor of Muhammad which consequently influenced their interpretation on the source of hadith, a main source to Shari'a reasoning.