The later Medinan suras mostly discuss social and legal issues relevant to the Muslim community. In this case religious pluralism misleads travelers to spiritual disaster, so they at least should be warned. It is certainly capable of modernising itself by denouncing its unconscionable features for the sake of inter-religious harmony, but such a change can be meaningful only if earnestly pursued by the Muslims themselves.
The different states of consciousness can be explained in four levels, the highest and closest to God is the 'Self" nafsat peace and harmony.
Of particular concern to both Muslims and non-Muslims are laws concerning the rights of women and minorities. Leading Egyptian scholar Yusuf al-Qaradawi joined with other Muslim authorities calling for legal action against what is understandably perceived as hate speech. The whole book consists of chapters that were believed to be put in order by Muhammad himself and are word for word from God.
First, many, but by no means all, supporters of sharia believe the law of Islam should apply only to Muslims. Therefore, a proper evaluation of such opposite views must be done before we decide on a course of action.
The right to choose the ruler, Hawaidi contends, must thus be shared equally by all citizens — Muslim and non-Muslim, male and female. Despite our ignorance, we will arrive at the same happy end as the other travelers who have chosen other spiritual paths.
The wars, called Jihad, are usually waged by Islamic Fundamentalist who use terrorism to get their messages across giving Islam a negative reputation. They are described as "messengers with wings—two, or three, or four pairs: It is said that once upon a time a king gathered a few men who were born blind.
Allah promises a heavenly reward to all who die in holy war. The Pew Reserch Center reports that 24 Muslim-majority nations plus India have laws that in some way punish apostasy.
In Bangladesh, Jordan and Bosnia-Herzegovina, Muslims who want to enshrine sharia as the law of land are more likely to say family planning is moral, while in Kazakhstan, Russia, Lebanon and Kyrgyzstan, supporters of sharia are less likely to say limiting pregnancies is morally acceptable.
This does not mean that we are to spend every minute of our life in prayer like some Muslim Sufis might, but to live a good life according to Shariah, Islamic Law, and according to the Koran. And in three countries similar percentages say many or most Muslims are hostile toward Christians: Despite this claim, Anyabwile asserted that, The Quran plainly taught that Jesus was born of a virgin with no earthly father Sura 3: Muslims Who Favor Making Sharia Official Law When Muslims around the world say they want sharia to be the law of the land, what role do they envision for religious law in their country?.
Analysis of the Religion of Islam The religion of Islam is unique among the belief systems of the world in that it is classified as both a cult and a world religion.
Its founder, Muhammed ( A.D.), claimed to have received revelations from a god he called Allah which were later recorded and became the sacred text of Islam known as the Quran.
Worldview/Religion Analysis of Islam Summary of Islam The Arabic term Islam literally means “surrender” or “submission”. The followers of Islam, known as Muslims (from the active participle of Islam), accept or surrender to the will of Allah, the Arabic word for god.
Allah is viewed as a unique god who is creator and restorer of the world. Religiological Analysis of the Islam Through the Koran and Hadith Islam may be considered as an exotic religion to many in the western part of the globe.4/4(1).
Aug 28, · In Lebanon, Islam is not the favored religion of the state, for question in Government Restrictions Index on whether a country’s constitution or basic law recognizes a favored religion (GRI.Q).
For analysis of support for sharia among Muslims in sub-Saharan Africa. A thoroughly comparative study of Christianity and Islam has not been pursued, as there is enough literature available online on this topic.
Since the domain of comparative religion is so vast, the present analysis is far from being exhaustive. arguments and debates in comparative religion did not start recently and will certainly not stop.
Islam is the second largest religion after Christianity in many European countries, and is slowly catching up to that status in the Americas, with between 2,, according to Pew Forum, and approximately 7 million Muslims, according to the Council on American–Islamic Relations (CAIR), in the United States.An analysis of the islam religion