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Student’s Perspective on Factor Influencing Them in Understanding and Practicing the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.

Student’s Perspective on Factor Influencing Them in Understanding and Practicing the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.

Abstract-- This study is an attempt to identify secondary school students’ views concerning their understanding and practice of Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad S.A.W., specifically the factors that influence students in secondary religious schools in Malaysia in order to understand and practice the Sunnah in their daily life. The samples for this study consisted of 576 students from four secondary religious schools selected from four states in Malaysia. The study adopts a survey technique via questionnaires to collect data. The questionnaire was analyzed based on the Likert Scale. The findings revealed that the students’ attitude is the most prominent factor that may influence them in understanding and practice of Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. (mean=18.14) besides other factors like Parents’ role (mean=17.42), Teachers (mean=15.22) and Syllabus (mean=13.49). The outcome of this study could assist teachers, schools administrators, students and the Ministry of Education of Malaysia in equipping students with Islamic teachings. This research is also hoped to enrich the Hadith literature and Hadith study in Malaysia. Thus a fresh draft can be drawn to upgrade the Hadith studies in the curriculum to benefit a new generation of students in Hadith studies.
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The principle of effective delegation from prophet muhammad life

The principle of effective delegation from prophet muhammad life

It is strongly believed that the Prophet had a great responsibility towards the world; this responsibility includes spreading mercy and kindness in the world. The Qur’an states that “We [the god] have not sent you (O Muhammad), except as a mercy to the world” (Qur’an, Ch. 21: Verse 107). According to the Qur’an, the Prophet’s mission was primarily to correct belief and promote habitual change in order to establish mercy and compassion to humankind. Such a responsibility would create a sense of anxiety for any leader especially in trying to adopt an appropriate leadership style to produce the required change. It is believed that Prophet Muhammad embraced the leadership approach that focused on people and their needs as a priority. He is reported to have said: Each one of you is a guardian, and each of you will be asked about your guardianship; the leader is a guardian, and the man is a guardian over the people of his house, and the woman is a guardian over her husband’s house and children. So each of you is a guardian, and each of you will be asked about your guardianship. (Bukhari, 2009; Muslim, 2009)
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Environmental Principles in the Holy Koran and the Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad

Environmental Principles in the Holy Koran and the Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad

Abstract: “Corruption has appeared throughout the land and sea by [reason of] what the hands of people have earned so He may let them taste part of [the consequence of] what they have done that perhaps they will return [to righteousness].” Ar-Rūm (The Romans) (30: 41), The Holy Koran. “Indeed, in the creation of the heavens and the earth and the alternation of the night and the day are signs for those of understanding. Who remember Allah while standing or sitting or [lying] on their sides and give thought to the creation of the heavens and the earth, [saying], "Our Lord, You did not create this aimlessly; exalted are You [above such a thing]; then protect us from the punishment of the Fire.” Al-Imran (3: 190-191), The Holy Koran. “[Muhammad] was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the religious and secular levels.” Michael H. Hart, “The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History”. A Hadith (Saying of the Islamic Prophet) attracted the attention. Prophet Muhammad said: "If the Final Hour comes while you have a palm-cutting in your hands and it is possible to plant it before the Hour comes, you should plant it". Planting a palm-cutting (shrub, bush, and sapling) even if the Final Hour comes is astonishing. Firstly, if planting a palm-cutting is considered as a work it indicates that the Prophet Muhammad invites humankind to keep activating until the last second of the Life. When the environment problems are taken into account such as global warming, air and water/wastewater pollution, planting a palm-cutting may be a good solution. Such readings suggested reviewing the Islamic principles from the point of view of environmental principles. This study arrives at its time since the World environmental Engineers and the Green Chemistry specialists have largely opened the discussion about polluting industry (especially chemistry) and preserving nature. Returning Man to its initial and noble Mission on Earth is reflected through this research to preserve both humankind and nature.
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Contributing to World Peace   An Examination of the Life of Prophet Muhammad as a Leader

Contributing to World Peace An Examination of the Life of Prophet Muhammad as a Leader

Abstract The purpose of this study is to closely examine the life and leadership skills of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in order to discover conflict resolution strategies adopted by the leading figure of Islam and evaluate those lessons to ascertain possible solutions to the contemporary global problems and challenges across the globe. Understanding is the catalyst for peace. This paper also aims to contribute to world peace and interfaith dialogue albeit its limited capacity in scope through the illustration of the exemplary character of this well-known persona who is not otherwise very well understood in largely the non-Muslim world but also within the Muslim world. Particular attention is paid to the identification of key attributes of a successful leader in the light of Muhammad (pbuh)’s success. A cross-examination of the evidence available to us, it is strongly noteworthy that Muhammad (pbuh) showed great respect for other faiths, cultures and ideas; even when he did not agree on certain matters, he listened and engaged with tolerance and sensitive care. His service of what he ardently believed to be the truth and his style and approach in dealing with would oppose those beliefs provides an acute insight on the character of this leading figure of Islam whose success in overcoming almost impossible barriers and conflicts at many layers of society becomes a strong case-study for modeling conflict resolutions beyond its theoretical frameworks and examine this applied science in the art of leadership and peace building. This paper would then conclude that one of the greatest legacies of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is the essential appreciation of the dignity of all living beings irrespective of their gender, race or societal status; with Muhammad’s followers from diverse socio-cultural and socio-lingual backgrounds, ethnicities, civilizational development – this essential attribute becomes noteworthy to examine closely the veracity of his appreciation, respect and dignity afforded to all.
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Revisiting Indonesian public reactions against Danish cartoons depicting prophet Muhammad

Revisiting Indonesian public reactions against Danish cartoons depicting prophet Muhammad

Muslims’ reactions from around the world were due mainly to their soli- darity in response to the other members of the ummah far away in Eu- rope who were treated unfairly. In this vein, not only do Thoriq, Mahmud, Ali and Husaini share such solidarity, they also call upon the rest of Mus- lims for the sake of ummah’s unity and cohesion to react to the Danish cartoons. Whereas Thoriq condemns those who refused to apologize publicly and those who republished the cartoons, Mahmud reminds all Muslims about their brotherhood as mentioned in a prophetic Tradi- tion. Husaini warns Muslims not to remain silent. Insulting the Prophet in Islam, Husaini insists, led to capital punishment, i.e. the death pen- alty. On the other hand, Ali asks Muslims to react in accordance with the Prophet’s noble examples. Apparently, the radicals failed to heed this advice.
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All praise is due to Allah and may His peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family and all his Companions.

All praise is due to Allah and may His peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family and all his Companions.

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The prophet Samuel had anointed Saul as king and predicted that

The prophet Samuel had anointed Saul as king and predicted that

If “truth” as conveyed by the Bible is primarily about relationship between God and humanity, rather than a collection of propositions to be ac- knowledged, then surely all state- ments from Muhammad that reflect the reality of God’s self-revelation are prophetic. I do not want to under- mine the importance of propositional statements derived from biblical text. But I do want to suggest that those are secondary. After all . . . the Bible is not an end in itself; it bears witness to Another. Nor did God simply bel- low into humans’ ears a handful of propositions. “Truth”, in its Christian sense, is more subtle, more nuanced, than that. It finds its essence in a Per- son. Where the Prophet Muhammad gained insight into who that Person is–for example in his conviction, against a polytheistic background, of the oneness of God–his utterances to that effect are truly in the lineage of the biblical prophets. Whether and to what extent Muhammad himself lived by such insights will be evalu- ated by the One who will evaluate all of us. 113
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The Qur'ānic Exegesis of Muhammad Asad

The Qur'ānic Exegesis of Muhammad Asad

According to Islamic narrative, Prophet Muhammad is the original commentator of the Qur’ān. After him, his Companions and the later generations used inference (ijtihād) in addition to Prophetic tradition (Sunnah) to deduce exegesis. Inference included rational deduction (ra’y) as well as interpretation (ta’wīl) of revelation (naql). As a consequence, friction emerged between textualism 4 and rationalism. Subsequently emerged; scholars of tradition (ahl al- hadīth) deriving through transmitted texts (riwāyah), while scholars of reason (ahl al-ra’y) preferred deduction (dirāyah). Prominent exegetes such as Muhammad ibn Jarīr al-Tabarī (d. 923) produced encyclopaedic exegesis 5 based predominantly on transmitted sources, while Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī (d. 1210) produced a no less voluminous exegesis 6 predominantly based
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Muhammad bin Abdul Wahab dan Muhammad Abduh: studi perbandingan pemikiran pembaharuan Islam

Muhammad bin Abdul Wahab dan Muhammad Abduh: studi perbandingan pemikiran pembaharuan Islam

Dalam pengangkatan kepala negara yang memiliki hak atas itu adalah rakyat. Rakyat adalah pemilik kekuasaan yang sesungguhnya dan rakyat berhak mengangkat dan menurunkan kepala negara dari tahta. Kepala negara bukanlah wakil atau bayangan Tuhan di bumi, yang mewajibkan tiap masyarakat khususnya umat Islam taat kepadanya demi agama meskipun perilaku dan kebijasanaannya bertolak belakang dengan ajaran agama. Sebab dalam pemikiran politik Islam zaman klasik dan pertengahan mengatakan bahwa kekuasaan raja atau khalifah itu merupakan mandat dari Allah dan karenanya ia bertanggung jawab kepada Allah pula. Menurut Muhammad Abduh, seorang khalifah atau kepala negara adalah seorang penguasa sipil yang pengangkatan dan penurunannya merupakan hak masyarakat bukan Tuhan. Dalam hal ketaatan, rakyat tidak boleh menaati pemimpin yang berbuat maksiat. Apabila pemimpin melakukan hal yang bertentangan dengan Alquran dan hadis, maka masyarakat harus menggantinya dengan orang lain. Selama dalam proses penggantian itu tidak menimbulkan bahaya yang lebih besar dari pada maslahat yang ingin dicapai.
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'Gold tried in the Fire'  The Prophet TheaurauJohn Tany and the English Revolution

'Gold tried in the Fire' The Prophet TheaurauJohn Tany and the English Revolution

On the basis of this book, we now know the biographical background of Thomas Totney, the Lincolnshire- born goldsmith of London who God renamed on 23 November 1649. We discover the range of contacts, the possible readings and the cultural materials which contributed to shaping his identity as a prophet and his astonishing rewriting of biblical myths. Even if nothing is conceded to Christopher Hill's account of the 'revolt within the revolution', we learn, as well, that we cannot take for granted John Colin Davis's dismissal of the printed sources of the 1650s as pure fiction without first researching the archival sources. Finally, this book tries to let the sources speak for themselves by taking into account and exploiting the active role of the reader.
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Predictable Strategy in Spray and Wait using PRoPHET Routing Protocol

Predictable Strategy in Spray and Wait using PRoPHET Routing Protocol

In this paper, we focused on the improvement of the prophet routing protocol through a new approach to implementing the predictability improved factor. We were interested in the amount of finally delivered messages to the destination, the amount of delivery probability, overhead ratio, and latency. Compared to the classic prophet algorithm and to the spray and wait routing protocol, our approach has proved a clear improvement of the predictability concept. Through the new approach, more messages can arrive at the destination with less aborted transmissions. Moreover, messages have an opportunity to get more probability of getting delivered thus leading to more energy efficiency.
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The Doctrine of Muhammad Hakim Tirmidhi

The Doctrine of Muhammad Hakim Tirmidhi

When we analyze some scientists’ works, it is possible to observe that the depth and scrutiny of analyzes and conclusions will be deepened during research. As a result, they are related to various aspects of science. In some cases, the effectiveness of the output is even higher, and the generalization of these aspects is also demonstrated. This way of transition from privatization to generality, generates common laws or formulas that are compatible with the majority. One of the influential thinkers is Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ali ibn Hasan ibn Bishr Hakim al-Tirmidhi (about 205-320 / 820-932).
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The government system of the prophet Muhammed : a comparative study in constitutional law

The government system of the prophet Muhammed : a comparative study in constitutional law

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The Legacy of Muhammad Hamidullah in Islamic Economics

The Legacy of Muhammad Hamidullah in Islamic Economics

To Hamidullah (1951, p. 45), "Insurance essentially means the distribution of a burden or hardship over as large a number of people as possible, thus lessening the burden of each as much as practicable so that none of them feels it". He criticized the conventional insurance on the same basis on which most of ulama rejected it today, i.e. riba (interest), gharar (excessive uncertainty) and maysir (game of chance). According to Hamidullah, early Muslims needed only protection from payment of blood money and ransom from captivity. It was so urgent a matter that when the Prophet (pbuh) reached Madinah, he paid attention to it and in the first year of his migration, he made provisions for it in the Constitution of the City-State of Madinah. As noted above he based this insurance on a system called ma`aqil. It worked in pyramidal hierarchy (Hamidullah, 1969, Introduction to Islam P. 128).
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Corporate Prophet An Introduction to Susan Stabile's A Catholic Vision of the Corporation

Corporate Prophet An Introduction to Susan Stabile's A Catholic Vision of the Corporation

Professor Stabile’s work is thus a positive development for corporate law scholarship and for the promotion of justice and human welfare. In a world where corporate power rivals, or is often indistinguishable from, the power of nation states to govern citizens’ lives, the question of how corporate power will be used and for what ends is an urgent one. That power too often is deployed for the relentless pursuit of short-term corporate profit, most of which is funneled to shareholders at the expense of other constituents’ welfare, including that of workers’ physical and spiritual health and the natural environment. By using religion as a means with which to expand this short-term focus, Professor Stabile may indeed be the corporate prophet for whom we have all been waiting.
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The Prophet Isaiah. Ancient Tower and Vineyard (Isaiah 5:1-10)

The Prophet Isaiah. Ancient Tower and Vineyard (Isaiah 5:1-10)

The student may want to have the aid of a commentary when preparing for class. For a brief treatment of the book, I recommend Wayne Jackson’s book, Isaiah: God’s Prophet of Doom and Deliverance (Quality Publications). For a fuller treatment of the text consider Homer Hailey’s A Commentary on Isaiah with Emphasis on the Messianic Hope (Religious Supply). There are other commentaries available. Most notable among them is the three volume set by Edward J. Young and a similar work by Paul T. Butler. Another aid that may prove useful is Robert Harkrider’s workbook commentary on Isaiah, Trust in the Holy One of Israel (Norris Book Company). The book is about 150 pages and provides a critical outline of the book. I have found it to be very useful in my studies of the book. However, the student will find his own efforts to be the most helpful in understanding the message of this great prophet of God.
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[Y493.Ebook] Fee Download The Last Prophet By Jeff W Horton.pdf

[Y493.Ebook] Fee Download The Last Prophet By Jeff W Horton.pdf

Jon, Lara and their son Samuel travel to Israel as the end comes closer. In time Jon meets the other prophet Moe Princeton. I liked this character. There was something very earthly about him. Jon at times seemed so intense, even in his loving and insightful ways. On the other hand Moe is more of a regular kind of guy. Both have visions and messages for humankind, who per the usual, aren't listening.

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A critical study and analysis of the life and achievements of Aishah, the wife of the prophet

A critical study and analysis of the life and achievements of Aishah, the wife of the prophet

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Muhammad Abduh’s Scientific views in the Qur’an

Muhammad Abduh’s Scientific views in the Qur’an

Sustainer, who has created you out of one living entity (nafs), and out of it (minha) created its mate (zawjaha), and out of the two spread abroad a multitude of men and women. And remain conscious of God, in whose name you demand [your rights] from one another, and of these ties of kinship. Verily, God is ever watchful of you! [4:1] Abduh interprets the verse to be the generality of mankind and refuting the theory of Darwin on human evolution. He differs from many classical commentators in attributing the term nafs as “human being” and gives preference to the meaning “humankind”, inasmuch as this term stresses the common origin and brotherhood of the human race (Farouk Musa, 2011). This was further reverberated by Muhammad Asad, that the term “nafs”, in this context is interpreted as “a living entity”, following the same reasoning as Abduh.
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NOOR MUHAMMAD, ILYAS AKBAR, RIZWAN ULLAH SHAH, AISHA BIBI, MUHAMMAD NASIR-

NOOR MUHAMMAD, ILYAS AKBAR, RIZWAN ULLAH SHAH, AISHA BIBI, MUHAMMAD NASIR-

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