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    Muslim Sharia Law Essay

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    Muslim Sharia law can be defined as Islamic code that governs a Muslim’s belief and actions. The Sharia is based on Quran and Sunnah. The Quran is the holy book for Muslims and Sunnah is written collections on the sayings and practices of Muhammed the last prophet in Islam. In Sharia law there are many rules Such as, homosexuality is prohibited, abortion is prohibited, and alcohol and gambling is forbidden. Sharia law in U.S is not common; however, each and every state needs to comply and understand the law due to freedom of speech and religion. Muslims are being hated all around the world. They are being accused of false accusations. The hate for Muslims is becoming extreme. These five articles describes how people have raised their voices…

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    Essay On Sharia

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    Sharia, literally “the way,” is the legal code of Islam. Sharia essentially comes from Mohammed’s teachings. Therefore, the development of Sharia began in 610 CE, when Mohammed began prophesizing about Allah. Over the next thousand or so years, as Islam spread throughout the world, Mohammed’s words were written down and interpreted. Over time the teachings and interpretations became official legal documents called the Quran and Sunna, which act similarly to the Torah and Gemara in Jewish…

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    What can unite a mix-pot country populated with individuals each with their own opinionated, patriotic views? A common enemy. Events like 9/11 and the terrorist group ISIS seem to have made Muslims America’s public enemy number one. Clearly, these horrific acts and heinous people do not mean that every single Muslim person in existence is a terrorist, plotting to kill all Americans. The fact that this is a common misconception among educated adults is ridiculous. Not every Muslim man is a rapist…

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    Quran and Sunnah in Islamic Literature Whereas during the fieldwork people more readily used social values rather than the Quran or the Hadith to justify their involvement, in the literature, the reverse was the case. There was much more evidence in the literature of using the Quran and the Sunnah to justify interfaith involvement. The Holy Quran Dialogue in Islam: Quran, Sunnah and History describes how the very concept of dialogue is not only endorsed but is required by the Quran, the Sunnah…

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    Religion And Law In Islam

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    He uses the Sunnah in coherence with the qur’anic text, to help refine and actualize conclusions being drawn about a specific topic. This seen clearly through this example: As for the thief, male and female, cut off their hands as a retribution for that with which they have charged themselves—a chastisement from God. (5:42) The Apostle decreed that "Hands should neither be cut off for the stealing of fruits nor the spadix of a palm tree and that the hand of the thief should not be cut off…

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    Clarification Of Abortion

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    The sunnah is a collection of sayings, deeds, and teaching on varying aspects of a Muslim’s life. The Quran even states “Oh you who believe, Obey God and Obey the Messenger…” (Quran 4:59). Since the Quran is the leading authority in Islamic law, obeying the Messenger, or in this case, his deeds, sayings, and teachings, is a requirement for all Muslim’s. In addition to the sunnah, there is also there is also the hadith of Mohammed. The sunnah and hadith are different in that the sunnah are the…

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    Ethics In Islam

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    Additional ethical guidance for Muslims can also be found in the collections of traditions and practices from the Prophet Muhammad’s life known as the “Sunnah”. The Sunnah is made up of thousands of “Hadiths”, which are individual reports or accounts of Muhammad’s words, actions and teachings. These sacred texts can be of considerable help in forming ethical judgments as Muhammad led a prime example of Islamic life but they do not carry the same authority as the Qur 'an. Allah’s guide for a…

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    things that all Muslims are required to do. The five pillars are: Faith, Prayer, Charity, Fasting and Pilgrimage. Muslims prove their faith when they say :” There is no god but god, and Muhammad is his prophet.” With prayer, they pray five time a day. This proves that they believe in Allah. Muslims also have to contribute money to charity so they can help and support. When Muslims fast, they don’t eat or drink anything. It proves that Allah is more important than their own bodies. With…

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    The prophet’s sunnah establishes that prayer, or salat, be performed five times daily. The times are; daybreak, noon, mid-day, sunset and evening. Prayer is preceded by ablutions, or the cleansing of the body, mind, and spirit, in order to prepare for divine worship. The prayer begins with the declaration “God is most great” and consists of bows, prostrations, and recitation of Koranic verse, all while facing in the direction of Mecca. The prayer is followed by the recitation of the peace…

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    Islamic Economics Analysis

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    each system has own paradigm, which means study of these three systems is a branch of economics. Seif el Din Tag el- Din found that, Islamic economics is a system of policy derives from the Quran and The Sunnah which makes it easier to face the economic issues. Also, Islamic economics becomes for policy- makers as a tool to help them to take the right decisions. Islamic economics as Zaidan Abd al Makarim’s definition is a science or ‘’ ilm’’ which is a similar to Shariah specialists…

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