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  • Is Ghazali's Argument Of The Caliphate?

    it can be concluded that the main character of the Caliph is based on ijma, utility, and the objective of the…

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  • Baitul Mal Case Study

    SAW to the famous caliphs. 2. Understand about the traditional sources of revenue in Islamic state, zakat and modern taxation. 3. Able to determine the function of types of tax. 4. Differentiate between economic and social impact of zakat and taxation 5. Understand the rules and regulations govern the system of Zakat. 1.0 INTRODUCTION This chapter provides an overview of Baitul Mal and then explains the history of Baitul fro the time of Prophet SAW until the famous Caliphs. Sources of…

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  • Faith And Wisdom In The Arabian Nights

    The Arabian Nights allows the reader to get a glimpse of Islamic civilization. One can find a deeper understanding of Islamic society and the values they hold dear. Values such as faith and wisdom are crucial to their civilization. It would not be an exaggeration to state that the Islamic society is based around faith and wisdom. These two values Faith and Wisdom are constantly presented throughout the stories in The Arabian Nights. Analyzing the values in The Arabian Nights can also be seen as…

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  • What Is Islam Peaceful?

    looked down upon from the start, and the many wars for power and authority did not make its image any better. Islam had a challenging start; with violence aimed at Mohammad for beginning this new religion, the outcome of a war for power between two caliphs, and the tension…

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  • Bazaar Analysis

    Baths There were about fifty baths in Baghdad at early time and later its number increases to 10,000, which were also very inferior in their accommodations to those in the other large towns of Mesopotamia. Canal System In the hub of the city only Caliph can ride on the horse back everyone else should walk to reach the…

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  • Al Ghazali Characteristics

    to say that it is not necessary for a caliph to have this quality. As this was never a requirement for this position nor is it a quality required in public interest. He defends this claim by reasoning that if a caliph can lean on the vizier for matters of state craft and the Seljuks for matters of power then he should be able to take the advice of the ulema and act upon it in matters of ilm, relying on the authority of others who are more qualified. If a caliph has all the other qualities except…

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  • Hulagu Khan's Leadership

    the Genghis. Hulagu was able to carefully plan out a route to the Saudi Arabian city. But how was he able to gain control of Baghdad? As a military leader, Hulagu Khan was a vicious leader. By any means necessary. Asking for the submission of the Caliph, the Mongolian army converged on the city, just to defeat them in the winter of 1258. After, the surrender of Baghdad on the tenth of February, Hulagu sentenced the Al-Mustasim to death. He was also a great ruler of the II- Khanid dynasty. Hulagu…

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  • Relationship Between Empire And Religion

    relied on their beliefs and traditions as a way to rule over their empires. Constantine, who was heavily influenced by Christianity, sought protection and guidance through his knowledge in Christian beliefs and traditions. Some rulers, such as the Caliph Umar II, sought to endorse their religion as the main belief of their culture despite ruling over diverse communities. Later on, this idea of religious superiority lead to negative interactions between different cultures and people. Religion…

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  • Relationship Between Qlim And Quslim

    Quran lays down relationship between the Muslims and those who do not follow that religion. It threatens those who do not follow the religion of dire consequences. Quran speaks of peace for Muslims and holy struggle or Jihad against non believers. The kind of relationship which would exist between Muslims and unbelievers or non Muslims who accepted Islam’s secular authority was an interesting question. Interestingly, Quran prohibits forced conversion. In 628 Muhammad entered into a contract,…

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  • Ibn Taymiyya

    Introduction Imam Taymiyya was at the receiving end of the animosity and skepticism of many of his contemporaries and thinkers who succeeded him. Despite this, the one thing that can unanimously be agreed on is that if nothing else Imam Taymiyya's political thought was indubitably powerful and potent. Imam Taymiyya lived in times that were tumultuous for Muslims as a result of the Mongol invasion and their brutal annihilation of Baghdad, followed by Hulagu Khan putting to death the final…

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