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Last Modified:  24 Dec 2011 08:39  GMT

The word ‘Islam’ means to relinquish oneself to God (Allah). It is basically derived from an Arabic word-‘Salema’, which means purity, obedience, peace and submission. In the spiritual sense, it means acquiescence to the God’s will and conformity to His law. Except man, every other thing and phenomenon inthis universe is controlled by God. All things and facts are submissive to God and His laws,states Islam. God has blessed man with the traits of aptitude and choice. To become a Muslim ...



Last Modified:  23 Dec 2011 08:24  GMT

Ethics can be defined as the set of moral principles held by people that distinguish what is right from what is wrong. It is an established field that defines what one should do or abstain from doing. Within an Islamic perspective, the term closely related to ethics in the Quran is Khuluq. Islam talks about a wide array of concepts such as Goodness, Righteousness, Equality, Equilibrium, Justice and Truth and it also talks about Piety. Nowadays people face ethical issues almost everywhere and the ...



Last Modified:  23 Dec 2011 06:29  GMT

Ethics in Islam are based entirely on the divine scriptures and the example of the life of the Prophet Muhammad. There are two concepts that permeate every aspect of Islamic ethics, the concept of Tawhid (that is, the oneness of God) and the very meaning of the word Muslims (to submit to God.) Muslims believe in the existence of good and evil, and Muslims seek to do good in every aspect of their lives. Muslims also believe in free will, the fact that each person has the ability to seek out God f ...



Last Modified:  22 Dec 2011 07:30  GMT

Medicine is a field that is filled with difficult ethical dilemmas. Ethical issues involving organ donation, abortion, life support, or other similar problems almost never have easy answers. Medical issues will often clash with religious beliefs, in some cases going as far as to have to choose between life or being faithful to one's own beliefs. Muslims believe that the word of God is an essential guideline to every aspect of your lives. Because of this, it helps to know what the Quran says abou ...



Last Modified:  03 Sep 2011 04:11  GMT

Ethics in Islam are based entirely on the divine scriptures and the example of the life of the Prophet Muhammad. There are two concepts that permeate every aspect of Islamic ethics, the concept of Tawhid (that is, the oneness of God) and the very meaning of the word Muslims (to submit to God.) Muslims believe in the existence of good and evil, and Muslims seek to do good in every aspect of their lives. Muslims also believe in free will, the fact that each person has the ability to seek out God f ...



Last Modified:  21 Aug 2011 02:16  GMT

Islam is not external to everyday life, it is a fundamental surrender of one's existence. Ethics and morality are basic to Islam and to a Muslim nation or a Muslim individual. Muslims believe that the decline of a community lies in its immorality and lack of ethics.



Last Modified:  21 Aug 2011 02:06  GMT

The basis for all ethics in Islam is the Qur'an and the practices of the prophet Muhammad. Through the study, understanding and interpretation of these sources, a code of ethics specific to Islam was formed. The very foundation of the religion of Islam consists of submitting oneself to God, not only for each person but of the whole community.



Last Modified:  16 Aug 2011 12:13  GMT

The basis for all ethics in Islam is the Qur'an and the practices of the prophet Muhammad. Through the study, understanding and interpretation of these sources, a code of ethics specific to Islam was formed.




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