Muhammad Yunus

Sort By:
Decent Essays
Good Essays
Better Essays
Amazing Essays
Best Essays
    Page 1 of 50 - About 500 Essays
  • Good Essays

    B. SYNOPSIS The book of Muhammad Yunus, creating a world without poverty, gives us insights about his vision and how he sees the world in the future. The book shows that global poverty is not the only problem that he wants to end. Yes, it is clearly stated in the book that he wants to eradicate gender discrimination or gender inequality, he wants everyone to have quality education, and he wants all to have a good health and well-being by having access to all health care centers or hospitals wherein which it is all related to the global poverty issue that we are now facing. But Muhammad Yunus is not contented in that, in the book he also reveals that he wants to address some environmental problems like to eliminate environmental degradation…

    • 949 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Better Essays

    Anchuria Case Study

    • 1846 Words
    • 8 Pages

    The president elect and I have recently examined three proposals that are very promising in successfully reducing poverty in Anchuria. Both him and I are devoted to reducing poverty in our country as well as providing jobs. As the Secretary for Economic and Development, I believe these three proposals from Yunus, de Soto and Kohli have the potential to spur economic growth and decrease poverty as well as determine the best way to use our resources. We were influenced by Muhammad Yunus to use…

    • 1846 Words
    • 8 Pages
    Better Essays
  • Good Essays

    disqualified? And lastly, it is questionable if any poor person can be able to do social business in his/her community. Seems like, it requires entrepreneurial and economic skills as well to succeed. If one doesn`t have a these, it can be problematic. Even if you have the skill, what happens if your consumers don`t have the capacity to buy or trade stuffs with you? Would you then fail? In the book, he was inviting people to join his plan promising “You don’t need to know ‘how to do business,’…

    • 798 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Good Essays

    COURSE CODE: ECM404 (Attempt 1) NAME: ATIYATULLA MOHAMMADI STUDENT ID: ST10070164 QUESTION: Explain how the Ash’arites and Mu’tazilites deviated with regard to the attributes of Allah and mention the correct Aqeeda thereof. INTRODUCTION Tawheed has 3 categories among which is ‘tawheed al Asma was Sifat’ or the names and attributes of Allah (swt). They were given to mankind by Allah's mercy, through Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and should be attributed to Allah(swt) the way it was originally revealed…

    • 1059 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Good Essays

    believe? (Yunus 10:99) If God willed it, he would have made you all one people. (al Nahl, 19:93) From this they argue that human beings are therefore required to learn how to live together, thereby necessitating dialogue. They support this with more verses of the Quran, including the following: O people, we created you all from a single man and a single woman, and made you into races and tribes so that you should get to know one another. In God’s eyes, the most honoured of you are the ones most…

    • 827 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Good Essays

    being. These stereotypes have produced many Pictures that defined as culture. Therefore, language is not restricted on sounds, there are several ways of language, such as, writing, body language, and fine art. Islamic culture is entirely connected to Arabic language. The holy Quran was revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad in Arabic. In addition, Arabic is the first language in Islam that allows Muslims…

    • 797 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Good Essays

    Muhammad Ali in 1967 stood up for what he believed in when he refused to be a part of the United States Army, even though it was against the law. Roger Goodell has recently been criticized for what he thinks is the right amount of time to suspend an NFL player for their wrong doings. When Ali and Goodell made these decision’s, they tested people’s ideas, shaped their knowledge and they attempted to build a community through their actions. Ali had no fear when it came to standing up for what he…

    • 755 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Good Essays

    Murrah bin Loay bin Ghalib bin Fahr Al- Adawi Al-Qurashi..He was known in "Jahiliyah" as Aba Amr. Uthman, was born seven years after Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and was born an Umayyad. A very influential branch of Quraish. The Umayyads were the fiercest and wealthiest, and Uthman who had good manners and was shy was often seen as their “golden child”, the most beloved. Uthman was able to read and write which was an uncommon skill in pre Islamic Arabia. In addition Uthman developed a successful…

    • 1326 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Amazing Essays

    1. List five personal details from the life of Muhammad. • Muhammad became an orphan after the death of his mother when he was six years old and was raised by his uncle starting from age eight. • In 594, Muhammad married Khadija bint Khawalayd, a wealth Meccan merchant that he was working for in his early twenties. • An angel named Gabriel that called him to prophethood around 610 approached Muhammad. • In 613, Muhammad began discussing his encounters with the angel to his tribe members. • On…

    • 833 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Amazing Essays
  • Good Essays

    Kite Runner Injustice ENG 3U0 By: Shubham Sharma Religion tends to be followed by many citizens but may be interpreted differently amongst many people in societies. The Kite Runner, written by Khaled Hosseini, illustrates how individuals may hurt others with their own personal choices and beliefs. The book portrayed how the characters were divided into two major sects in Afghanistan, the Hazaras and Pashtuns. The culture of Afghanistan classified…

    • 1655 Words
    • 7 Pages
    Good Essays
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 50