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The Effects of Hajj on The Life of Man

Islam introduces, through its institution, a workable formula for the development of human life in its all aspects. The four main institutions of Islam, Salath (prayer), Zakath (poor-dude), Fasting and Hajj (pilgrimage) have individual and collective values. But Hajj has a deeper value of spiritual and social experience which is made possible by this unique assemblage of people of all races, colors and all countries, concentrating all one’s ideas on God the-Almighty, the Real

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The Pilgrimage in Islam

 

Pilgrimage is a spiritual provision for the Muslim. It fills his soul with obedience, fear of God, repentance from sins, love for the memory of the struggle between right and wrong; and it reminds him of the overthrow of the idols and establishment of the worship of the One God. The pilgrimage fills his heart with the brotherly feelings because it bids him rememebr that all his brother Muslims are facing towards the same sacred spot; that he is one of a great company of

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Islam Totally and Definitely Prohibits all Kinds of Intoxicating Drinks and Drugs

Proclaiming the definite and final prohibition of intoxicants and alcoholic drinks the Holy Quran says: (O ye who believe! Strong drink and games of chance and idols and divining arrows are only an infamy of Satan's handiwork. Leave it aside in order that ye may succeed. (90) Satan seeketh only to cast among you enmity and hatred by means of strong drink and games of chance, and to turn you from remembrance of Allah and from (His) worship. Will ye then have done)

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Social and Physical Values of Fasting in Ramadan

The institution of fasting in Islam came after the institution of prayer. It was made obligatory and the month of Ramadan was chosen for this purpose. The practice of fasting has been recognised in all religions, though the forms and motives vary. Islam introduced a new meaning to fasting, as it is made a spiritual, moral and physical discipline of the highest order.

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The Elements of Universality and Permanancy in the Teachings of the Quran

 

As a matter of fact, what distinguishes a national system from an international, and a temporary system from a permanent one is the following: A national system aims either to establish its own superiority or its special claim over other nations or presents principles and theories which, cannot be applied to other nations.

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The Islamic Attitude towards the Upbringing of the Youth

 

In order to bring up the youth on exemplary lines Islam laid down the following two methods: 1) To develop and reform the three natural powers laid down by the Almighty God in the human being. These are mind, will power and conscience. 2) To regulate the relations between youth and others.

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Islam - A Complete Way of Life

 

Islam provides guidance for all walks of life – individual and social, material and moral, economic and political, legal and cultural, national and international. It aims at establishing a balance between the two aspects of life; the material and the spiritual. It enjoins man to purify his soul and also to reform the mundane life, individual and collective. Thus, Islam does not admit any separation between material and moral or mundane and spiritual life. It teaches man that moral and material powers must be welded together and that spiritual salvation can be achieved

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HAJJ- The Pilgrimage In Islam

Pilgrimage is a spiritual provision for the Muslim. It fills his soul with obedience, fear of Allah, repentence from sins, love for the memory of the stuggle between right and wrong; and it reminds him of the overthrow of the idols and establishment of the worship of the One God. The pilgrimage fills his heart with the brotherly feelings because it bids him remember that all his brother Muslims are facing towards the same sacred spot; that he is one of a great company of

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Islam – The Religion of Knowledge and Wisdom

The Holy Quran itself bore testimony to the supreme value of Knowledge and learning in the first verses revealed to the Prophet: “Read: In the name of thy Lord Who created; Created man from a clot. Read: And thy Lord is the Most Bounteous, Who taught by the pen, Taught man that which he know not.” . The Prophet preached of the value of knowledge in the following words: “Acquire knowledge, because he who acquires it in the way of the Lord performs an act of piety;

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