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Towards an Ideal Society

 

Islam aims at building up a society in which there is no class conflict or discrimination, but it retains such of the classes and groups was needed for the harmonious development of the social organism. These classes and groups are the limbs of the same body functioning systematically for the healthy development of the body as a whole. The most important factor which develops an ideal society is organised family life. Islam contributed much towards a healthy and sound family by prescribing an ideal marriage system, because it leads to build up a sound family. A society built up of such families, undoubtedly, will be an ideal society.

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Fasting : an Institution for Moral Elevation and Spiritual Development

 

Fasting is a universally recognised religious instituition. It was enjoined upon all nations and prescribed in all scriptures before Quran. This universal character of the institution of fasting is made clear in the Holy Quran ( Verse 183, Chapter 2). It does not mean that the fasts observed by the different religious communities are alike in number of days, the time or manner of fasting, or in other incidents; but it only means that the principle of self-denial by fasting is not a new one.

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The conception of Life in Islam

 

The basic principles of Islam are formed on the fact that this life is not a mere shade of the Hereafter or meaningless one. But Islam teaches man not only that all life is essentially a unity, it also shows the practical way how a man can reach within the limits of his individual earthly life, the supreme goal of his life. To attain this goal, he is neither compelled renounce the worldly life, nor austerities are required, nor is pressure exerted upon

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