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This book essentially deals with the dynamic character of Islam as found in its background and formative stages

This book essentially deals with the dynamic character of Islam as found in its background and formative stages. The status of Makkah as an open trading centre and the personal acquaintance of the Prophet Muhammad with his own environs, as well as with the outside of Makkah, played a role in this dynamic character which facilitated the liberal absorption of pre-Islamic ideas. This book essentially deals with the dynamic character of Islam as found in its background and formative stages

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Muhammad received revelation that was distorted by earlier communities, such as Jewish and Christian societies; Muhammad was the recipient of the . Muhammad Hedayetullah (2006). Dynamics of Islam: An Exposition. ISBN 978-1-55369-842-5.

Muhammad received revelation that was distorted by earlier communities, such as Jewish and Christian societies; Muhammad was the recipient of the Quran’s guidance himself and now is bearer of this guidance for the rest of the Muslim community throughout history. The Shahadah, or profession of faith is said 5 times a day during prayer. It is the first thing said.

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Hedayetullah, Muhammad (2006). The Jews of Arab Lands: A History and Source Book. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America.

by Dr. Muhammad Hedayetullah. A compact exposition of Muslim institutions covers at least important aspects of Arab-Muslim life. Islam is one of the Semitic Religions thus one of the greatest religions of the world, and it is not easy to present a complete description of this religion in a Compact Survey, as this book is. It is also not easy to understand the practical life of the Muslims without some knowledge of their religious-social life. Keeping in mind these facts, I have tried to deal with the origin, background, and the rise of Islam; the dogmas and the superstitions of the faith; the sources and practice of Muslim law, the family life; and Sufism.

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This book essentially deals with the dynamic character of Islam as found in its background and formative stages. The status of Makkah as an open trading centre and the personal acquaintance of the Prophet Muhammad with his own environs, as well as with the outside of Makkah, played a role in this dynamic character which facilitated the liberal absorption of pre-Islamic ideas. During its formative stages, Islam liberally borrowed and integrated many religious and non-religious elements from both Arab and non-Arab civilizations. For the Five Pillars of Islam, beginning with the name Allah, the One God of Islam, all the way up to the Pilgramage, a host of elements were borrowed and integrated into the Islamic system mutatis mutandis, and maximum flexibility allowed for their performance. For constituting theUmmah, the Prophet took his lead not only from the Qur'an but also from the Judeo-Christian tradition and characterized it with unprecedented dynamism and flexibility Likewise, in the course of constituting the Shari'ah, Muslim jurists exercised utmost catholicism and dynamism in their use of its sources, other than the Qur'an, in order to make it the guiding charter for the universal ummah for all times and under all circumstances. The rise of Sufism, not rooted in Islam as an organised platform for spreading Islam, marked the climax of Islamic dynamism and liberalism; this opened the door wide to allow almost unrestricted interaction with non-Muslim cultures which permitted the introduction of alien elements into the Islamic system, and these were utilised by the Sufis very liberally. Finally, in the sphere of diplomacy both in times of peace and war the Prophet set the example of making the maximum effort for peace, if and when the other side was ready for it. The Qur'an permits the Muslims to fight in the way of Allah only those who fight them, but not to engage in aggression. The Prophet's exemplary quest for peace, instead of war, was followed by the Muslim's throughout their history.
Dynamics of Islam: An Exposition download epub
Islam
Author: Muhammad Hedayetullah
ISBN: 1553698428
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Islam
Language: English
Publisher: Trafford Publishing (September 3, 2002)
Pages: 288 pages