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08 20Dec15 3184 manuscript REVISED 98%

Muslim Education in Post-Independent India –Issues, Factors and Prospects.

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The Muslim World Denouncing Terrorism 97%

An open letter by several hundred Muslim scholars and leaders to ISIS leader al-Baghdadi, found at:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/04/08/the-muslim-world-denouncing-terrorism/

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MWIP Report 28pp 97%

MUSLIM WOMEN IN PRISON SECOND CHANCE FRESH HORIZONS A STUDY INTO THE NEEDS AND EXPERIENCES OF MUSLIM WOMEN AT HMP &

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13 Muslim International Forum Program 96%

2 13TH MUSLIM INTERNATIONAL FORUM ‘QURANIC HUMANISM AND GLOBAL PROBLEMS OF MODERNITY:

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Challenges of Social Work Practice with Muslims in India 96%

It will examine 1Crosspondent Author, Department of Social Work, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (India) Email:

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muslim-americans 96%

Muslim Americans Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/12/19/muslim-americans/

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WE%20ARE%20NATO%20PROJECT%20%20Background%20paper%209th%20April%202018 96%

Today, NATO’s involvement in Muslim majority countries like Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, is interpreted by the vast majority of Muslims as NATO’s simply being hostile to Islam and Muslims per se.

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Muslim Statistics 96%

From Orlando and Istanbul, to Karrada and Nice, these and many other attacks have made fearful citizens eager to avoid becoming a target of Muslim radicals.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/05/29/muslim-statistics/

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A Short Summary on Islam 95%

Islam divides the world into “Not to make friendship with Jews and Christians” (Quran  “Kill the infidels wherever you  dar al-Islam literally the house or region of submission – those lands under Muslim government &

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2059 s12 ms 1 95%

2 [14] During the First World War the Congress and the Muslim League had moved closer together partly due to the failure of the British to grant more rights to the Indians before 1914.

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2056 w08 ms 1 95%

Ansar], cooperative spirit (2) Prophet had been invited to Medina, became undisputed governor from first day [unlike how he was perceived by the Quraish in Mecca], thus was able to lay foundations of a new society/Muslim state (2) surahs revealed in Medina gave rules for the Muslim community, and for the Prophet as lawgiver and reformer [guidance from Allah in Mecca was for individual development] (2) while in Medina the change of qibla [from Jerusalem] to Mecca meant Muslims had their own identity and orientation, were turning towards God Himself (2) (a) Describe the events of the Battle of Uhud.

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ResponseGovtGreenPaper Jun18 95%

My personal response to both Green Paper and to Muslim leadership’s take on or their perceptions of what social cohesion initiative should look like is as follows:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/01/24/responsegovtgreenpaperjun18/

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Yemen Ethiopia Eritrea 95%

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol.

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2059 w06 ms 1 95%

This alarmed the Hindu landlords who were unhappy with the Muslim practices.

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2058 s12 ms 2 95%

(a) (i) Candidates could simply state that belief in Allah and the last day are the hallmarks of being a Muslim.

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He was a great figure in Muslim history.

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(iii) Brotherhood is a key element in Muslim belief.

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2056 w14 ms 13 94%

poets were held in high esteem [1] slavery was widespread [1] (b) To what extent did the social conditions change after the Arabs became Muslim?

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2058 s15 ms 22 94%

Whatever action a Muslim takes whether it is performing a pillar of Islam or helping another human being the intention behind the action needs to be sincere.

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(ii) This Hadith teaches about Muslim belief in brotherhood.

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(1) Meccans also became traders themselves, travelling far and wide (1) leading Meccans were shrewd financiers thus Mecca became leading financial centre (1) Quraish were not interested in constant tribal warfare, remained neutral (1) developed ‘haram’ with 20 mile radius of Ka’ba, violence forbidden (1) also made pacts with tribes not to attack caravans during season of trade fairs (1) sanctity of Ka’ba and pilgrimage to Mecca was essential to survival of Quraish (1) Quraish made their living from taxes levied on pilgrims and trade (1) isolation of Mecca gave the Arabs control of their own activities, no outside powers were interested in them (1) (b) To what extent did socio-economic conditions change after the Arabs became Muslim?

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2058 s07 ms 2 94%

[7 x 2] (a) A Muslim is one from whose tongue and hand Muslims are safe.

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2058 s08 ms 2 94%

5 the one who denies religion • This is a person who is supposed to be a Muslim but does not live up to his words • Muslims have to act in conformity with what they say 6 the worshippers, who are neglectful of their prayers • These are people who are part of the worshipping community but do not take their duties seriously • If a person says he belongs to Islam he should pray at the appointed times 7 Who want to be seen • These are people who want others to think they are religious • An empty faith has no value (c) Sura 112 Say:

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das kalifat 94%

„Wer eine Hand aus dem Gehorsam Allahs zieht, der trifft auf Allah am Tage der Auferstehung, ohne ein Argument für sich zu haben, und wer stirbt und in seinem Nacken keine Baica trägt, der stirbt den Tod der Dschahiliyya“ (Von Muslim überliefert) So verpflichtet der Prophet (s) jeden Muslim dazu, eine Baica2 (d.

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