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The factor ‘similarity’ is important in multiple ways in interpersonal relations and can be relevant to globalization, the study of similarities among Judaism Christianity and Islam, if exist, can help to facilitate globalization. To study such similarities a questionnaire based on the similarities mentioned in Torah (Jews) Gospel (Christians) and Quran (Muslims) was prepared and disseminated to the similar groups belonging to all the three faiths and after commuting the scores on similar choices the scores compiled.
u arapskom jeziku rec islam znaci predaja(Bogu) a musliman je rec izvedena iz nje i znaci-onaj koji se predao(Bogu).Muslimani su,prema tome,vernici islama.Svakom muslimanu,bez obzira kojoj naciji pripada,nase proglasavanje Muslimanske nacije bilo je nelogicno.Muslimani znaju da su oni religija,i da je nacionalna pripadnost nesto drugo.Kurdi,Srbi,Nemci i svi drugi mogu da postanu muslimani,naravno,i time ne prestaju da budu po svojoj nacuonalnosti ono sto su pre toga bili. Arapi,kod kojih je islam nastao,su i muslimani i hriscani,i time nista nisu manje Arapi,muslimani ili hruiscani.
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Kids Kalma Series is another addition in the series of word by word Interactive Islamic educational apps by Quranreading.com. This app will teach Six Kalma to children using word by word recitation, translation and transliteration of 6 Kalmas of Islam.
Why do the Islamic fundamentalists in general—and followers of al Qaeda in particular—resort to terrorist tactics against Americans and other Westerners around the globe? This question has haunted Americans since 9/11 and prompted a host of antiterrorist policies throughout the world. Much has been written and spoken on the subject, and more will be written and spoken in the years ahead. Political geography offers a frame of reference to learn about al Qaeda and other militant Islamic groups and their anti-West, anti–U.S. posture. To explore the point of view propounded by Osama bin Laden and others, this case study uses the ﬁve levels of analysis introduced in chapter three, examined here from a geopolitical perspective. The ﬁve levels of analysis are the: 1) international system, 2) regional, 3) state, 4) substate (tribal groups), and 5) individual. INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM LEVEL From the international system perspective, consider the following historical context of al Qaeda’s militant Islam. Militant Islamic fundamentalists and followers of Islam are heirs to one of the great civilizations of the world. While...
SIS/L has nothing to do with Islam. They are paid by Saudi Arabia to wipe out all Shiite governments in preparation of attack on Iran. That is what Saudi Arabia financed in Syria
Thomas J. Ward serves as ihe Dean of the International College at the University of Bridgeport. He edited Development, Social justice, and Civil Society: An Introduction to the Political Economy of NGOs and has written numerous articles on comparative models of sodoeconomie development and the history of political thought, in 2009 he was appointed to the Policy Advisory Council on International Education tor the State of Connecticut. This article compares the numerous philosophical, organizational and operational parallels between Al Qaeda, a religious supremacist Islam, like Christianity and Hinduism, has had its advocates of peace and its advocates of violence, Mohandas organization, and the Ku Klux Klan, Gandhi and his Muslim counterpart a racial supremacist organization. Abdul Ghaffar Khan believed that their Unlike Germany and Japan after WWII, where pockets of resistance strategy of nonviolent, proactive resis were quelled quickly, the U.S. tance or satyagraba' was the most effec military presence in Iraq and tive vehicle for ending Britain's military, Afghanistan has met continued resistance. This prolonged resistance political, and economic occupation of is compared to the Klan in the South Asia and for realizing the Asian U.S. South. The Klan fought subcontinent's independence. Along inclusive democracy and pluralism for more than a century. In the with fellow Khudai Khidmatgars,2 a South, White Christians ultimately nonviolent army composed of devout opposed the Klan to the point Pashtun Muslims, Khan endured...
The Muslim Brotherhood (al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun) 1 was founded as an Islamic revivalist movement in the Egyptian town of Isma’iliyaa in March 1928 by school teacher Hassan al-Banna (1906-1949). 2 The Brotherhood’s goal has been to promote the implementation of Shari’ah (Islamic law derived from the Quran and the Sunnah). 3 Early in its history, the Brotherhood focused on education and charity. It soon became heavily involved in politics and remains a major player on the Egyptian political scene, despite the fact that it is an illegal organization. The movement has grown exponentially, from only 800 members in 1936, to over 2 million in 1948, to its current position as a pervasive international Sunni Islamist movement, with covert and overt branches in over 70 countries. “I did not want to enter into competition with the other orders,” al-Banna once said. “And I did not want it to be confined to one group of Muslims or one aspect of Islamic reform; rather I sought that it be a general message based on learning, education, and jihad.” 4 According to al-Banna, “It is the nature of Islam to dominate, not to be dominated, to impose its law on all nations and to extend its power to the entire planet.” 5 That helps explain the Muslim Brotherhood’s motto: “Allah ghayatuna Al-rasul za'imuna. Al-Qur'an dusturuna. Al-jihad sabiluna. Al-mawt fi sabil Allah asma amanina. Allah akbar, Allah akbar.” (“God is our goal, the Quran is our Constitution, the Prophet is our leader, struggle [jihad] is our way, and death in the service of God is the loftiest of our wishes. God is great. God is great.”) 6
Al-Qaeda QUICK FACTS Geographical Areas of Operation: East Asia, Eurasia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East and North Africa, North America, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa Numerical Strength (Members): Exact numbers unknown Leadership: In May 2011, Osama Bin Laden was killed in Abbotabad, Pakistan during a raid by U.S. commandos. Al-Qaeda’s second-in-command, Ayman alZawahiri, was formally appointed as Bin Laden’s successor in June 2011. Religious Identification: Sunni Islam (Quick Facts courtesy of the U.S. State Department’s Country Reports on Terrorism) Al-Qaeda remains the most notorious Islamic terrorist group in existence today. In the years since it orchestrated the devastating September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, its former leader, Osama bin Laden, and its current chief, Ayman al-Zawahiri, have become internationally recognized figures and heroes to Islamists and aspiring jihadists the world over. Indeed, al-Qaeda has taken on a truly global reach, boasting such an array of groups affiliated with it and others that are simply stirred by its ideology to the point that it is often difficult to discern between the two.
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