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  • Importance Of Islamic Training

    Training has been defined by Gorden (1992,235) as the “ planned and systematic modification of behavior through learning events, activities and programs which result in the participants achieving the levels of knowledge, skills, competencies and abilities to carry out their work effectively”. Training also can be identified as a “ learning process that involves the acquisition of knowledge, sharpening of skills, concepts, rules, or changing of attitudes and behaviors to enhance the performance of the employees” (Ul- Ameeq, Hanif, 2013). A study for (Branine & Pollard, 2010) assured that Managers with a high level of Ihsan which is “one of the principles of an Islamic management system” promotes the training and development of their employees and encourage employment participation and involvement in decision-making. Islam proposes training and development to increase the knowledge of workers of all levels. Development is all including, beginning from the spiritual development of someone and manifested eventually into physical development. According to the Qur’an, man’s basic qualification for being the representative of God on earth is possession of knowledge. God said (2:30-33): When the Angels questioned Adam’s suitability for representation, God cited Adam’s knowledge to convince them. JelenaVernic (2007) found that the global competition and swiftness of changes emphasize the importance of human capital, swiftness and ways of knowledge gained by the capital within the…

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  • What Does It Mean To Say In The Quran

    God says in the Quran “I have not created the jinn and the men except that they should serve Me” (Quran, 51:57). How do we know how to serve Him? The Quran shows us the way to God. It is his miracles that establishes and strengthens our faith in Him. It assures us that this message is from god. It shows us what we need to do, and how we need to be so that we are pleasing to Him. Muslims main goal is to please Allah. Because when he is pleased with us that is when he is near to us. For Muslims…

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  • Essay On Sura 93

    Two religions, Islam and Christianity, were both founded by Abraham and his sons. Even with the same family founding them they have very diverse similarities and differences. Within both passages found in the Koran, Sura 93, and the Bible, Psalms 23, similar points are expressed. Although they describe a similar praise to their God, dictions and phrases from Sura 93 expressed through rhetorical questions change the passage into something with an accusable tone. Each passage shows a similar…

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  • Analysis Of Procopius Secret History

    Document analysis is a very important method in historical interpretation. In this paper I will analyze four readings and discuss the motivation, intent, and purpose of each document within a specific historical context while focusing on author bias as well as the value of the document itself. The four historical documents that will be analyzed are as followed; “Perpetua’s Diary”, “Procopius’ Secret History”, “The Women from the Suras”, and “Pact of Kumar”. The first document, “Perpetua’s…

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  • The Quran Influence Of Women In Islam Essay

    The Qur’an: Source of influence for women in Islam The word Quran translates to “recitation.” It is believed to have been revealed orally to Muhammad when he was 40 years old by the angel Gabriel. The Prophet Muhammad was born in the city of Makkah on the Arabian Peninsula in 570 C.E. He is known as ‘the Seal of the Prophets’. The Quran has been partitioned to 114 surahs from the longest to shortest and refers to the woman with a certain divine decree and eloquence. The Holy book demands that…

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  • Islamic Translation Of Verse 64 Essay

    This is a Medinan sura, which was revealed to Muhammad after the Hijra to Medina in 622 A.D. Medinan suras concentrate on messages on community building. Therefore, Sura 3 focuses on the contact that Muslims have with Jews and Christians, conveying the message that the “central tenet of faith is devotion to God” (Haleem, 34). One of the conflicts among the three religions was about the nature of Jesus, and in order to resolve this, Muhammad tried to unite the three faiths on the common idea that…

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  • Umma And Religion

    Love was regarded as a divine obligation. Unlike Christian idea, there was no restriction of choosing lovers (The Ring of Dove, page). However, there should be neither monkery nor overindulgence in sex (Mckay et al. page). Fornication was also a sin (Qur’an, “A Code of Personal Behavior”, sura 17:22-39). Even at a special time, there were still restriction and freedom coexisting. For example, In the month of Ramadan, people could not have sex during the daytime, but when the night came, they…

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  • Summary Of Infidel: My Life By Ayaan Hirsi Ali

    Infidel: My Life by Ayaan Hirsi Ali and how it changed my view on the treatment and freedoms of women in other countries, specifically those living under the laws of the Qur’an. The Qur’an is an Islamic sacred book, which is believed, by followers, to be the word of God. Muhammad is said to be the prophet to which the archangel Gabriel recited the word of God, which became the Qur’an. It dictates all aspects of their life from daily activities, to politics and religion. Under the Qur’an women…

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  • Islam: Is Islam A Religion Of Peace?

    As with many new religions, their standard is based on Christianity in some form or fashion. Because Muhammad’s early days in Mecca were surrounded by Christians and Jews, many of his earliest influences were from these faiths. Therefore, it is no mystery why Islam has its basis in Christian or Jewish thought. A few of Islam’s major doctrines will be described below. The Quran is the holy scripture that was given from Allah to Muhammad from December 22, 609 AD till his death in 632 AD. The…

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  • Second Pillar Of Islam Essay

    independent state. According to many Muslims today, the Quran was revealed by God to Prophet Muhammad through the angel Gabriel. It was revealed over a period of approximately 23 years, beginning on 22 December 609 CE. When Muhammad turned 40, and concluding in 623, Muslims regarded the Quran as a miracle of Muhammad and as a proof of his prophet hood. According to the Hadith, after the prophet Muhammad left for Medina, he ordered his companions to recite the Quran and to teach the laws daily.…

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