Islam: Moderation Versus Extremism

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01Islam is a religion of moderation. It stands for the middle-path. It opposes every form of excess and extremism. Its principles and laws are based on a natural system of balance, appealing across cultural, ethnic and geographical boundaries. Some commandments of the Quran and the Prophet’s practice on the same issues appear, on the face of it, to be, in some cases, particularly forceful, and, in other cases, unexpectedly soft and flexible. This is because these Quranic verses and Hadith statements have their own particular background and context, addressing particular persons or groups. This is in accordance with the wisdom and demands of the Islamic missionary imperative and the needs of the law. As the noted jurist Allama Shatibi notes in his book Al- Moafaqat:

‘When you ponder on the principles of the shariah you will find that they stand for moderation. If you perceive them as leaning towards a certain extreme, you should know that this is in opposition to another existing or expected extreme. Thus, generally speaking, the aspect of forceful stressing [in some principles of the shariah] is related to the need for warning, or in order to instill fear, with regard to those people whose religion is faulty or who are lax in matters of religion. [On the other hand] is the aspect that inclines to grace, flexibility and hope, which is with regard to those who are overwhelmed by extremes and fears [in matters of religion]’ (Al-Moafaqat: 167/3).

The Prophet's Tolerance Towards Other Religions

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shutterstock 96973319The dealings of the Prophet (peace be upon him) with other religions can best be described in the verse of the Quran:

{To you be your religion, to me be mine} (109: 6)

The Arabian Peninsula during the time of Prophet Muhammad was a region in which various faiths were present.

There were Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians, polytheists, and others not affiliated with any religion. When one looks into the life of the Prophet, one may draw on many examples to portray the high level of tolerance shown to people of other faiths.

Relations Between Muslims and Non-Muslims

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D rel1Islam has not left any aspect of life without its required guidelines. For each aspect, it sets a basic rule, which is in harmony with the basic rules of the other aspects, to indicate in the end, that there is only one Creator and one perfect Legislator. The basic rule usually functions as an axis around which the secondary rules and exceptions revolve. The relationship between Muslims and non-Muslims is no exception.The basic rule for relations between Muslims and non-Muslims is based on a few verses. The first can be translated as,

{We have not sent you (O Muhammad) except as a mercy for the worlds} (Al-Anbiya' 21:107).

Quranic Foundations of Muslim and Non-Muslim Relations

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two-businessmen-shaking-hands-photo-AIt should be noted from the beginning that the very term Islam implies that peace is the basis and the norm of Muslim/non-Muslim relations. Islam is derived from the Arabic root S-L-M, whose generic meaning includes the concepts of peace and submission. From a spiritual perspective, Islam may be defined as attaining peace through submission to Allah or the state of peace in submission to Allah. Ample references in the Qur'an and Hadith reveal that this concept of peace embraces peace with God, inner peace as a result of that relationship with God, peace with humans, peace with the animal world, peace with vegetation, and peace with the ecological order.

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Legal reasoning of Muslim minority: Medina or Mecca?

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article8Questions of political and legal practice of the Musli’s living in quality of minority in the non-Muslim countries, any more the first year excite Muslim thinkers. The problem goes from that situation that not only religious, but also social, economic and political life of Muslims regardless of the country of accommodation is accurately regulated by the Islamic right.

The question in how to carry it out in the non-Muslim countries.

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Female activity from Islam positions

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article9In the modern Muslim world positions are still very strong of those who is categorically against not only participations of the Moslem woman in life of a community, but also against even the higher education by women. Fathers and the husbands who follows such point of view, doom the daughters and wives to a lifelong imprisonment within four walls, forbidding them to leave the house. But their position has no justification in Sharia.

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The fatwah about situation in Syria is published in In North Ossetia

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article4Spiritual department of Muslims of North Ossetia published the fatwah about inadmissibility of participation of inhabitants of the republic in the military conflict in Syria.

As the deputy of DUM of the republic Rasoul Gamzatov noted, that recently in mass media there were messages about two inhabitants of North Ossetia who was lost in Syria during military operations.

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The religious centers will work during the Olympic Games in Sochi

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article6The meeting of Interreligious council of Russia took place on July 17 in a conference room of Autonomous Non-Commercial Organization “Organizing Committee Sochi 2014”, devoted to the organization work of the religious centers in the Olympic villages during the Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Sochi in 2014.

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"I was cheated by conversations about Jihad in Syria"

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article5Assalam alaykum, friends!

Today I met Islam Magomadov, the inhabitant of the village Berdykel.
He was absent three months at home.
As it became clear he was in Syria, he went there, being deceived by conversations about Sacred war.
Islam said that he didn't see even small signs of jihad, war for belief, wars for justice.
According to his words, there is a war for country elimination in Syria, blasting its economy, defilement of religious shrines. Fighters blows up ziarats of associates of the Prophet (s.а.s.) and kills imams.
Also groups compete to each other on robberies, capturing of other's property.

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We and the others.

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karadagi4The scientific and educational center "Al-Vasatyya — Moderation" published the book of the General Secretary of the World Union of Muslim ulama, the vice-chairman of the Council of Europe of fatwah and researches, professor, the head of chair of the fiqh of Law Basics of Qatar university, doctor Ali Mukhiddin al-Karadagi.

The book is published by Nur Publishing house with a circulation of 10 thousand copies. The book of more than 250 pages, there are positions of Islamic divinity and the right for the relation of Muslims to not Muslims are stated.

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The role of the Muslim organizations in strengthening of the international world

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67125161"Help each other with a righteousness and the fear of God, but don't help each other with a sin and hostility" (Sura "Maidah":2)

Right after disintegration of the Soviet Union one of the most important and discussed subjects in Russia and other countries of the former USSR, was a subject of the international and interreligious relations.

The last 20 years the normalization of the international and interreligious relations is being made by thousands of minds, huge amounts of money are allocated for it by the state and by various funds. However, the situation is still extremely difficult. Moreover, during the last years the situation is getting worse. Level of violence for the ethnic reasons, nationalist marches, acts of terrorism and murders, intolerance degree in grow in our society.

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15 Anti-Corruption Hadiths

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korrupciyaCorruption is one of the worst predicaments that haunt many countries around the world. The abuse of power, authority and resources by governments and public servants hinders the progress of nations, alienates ordinary citizens and blocks them from investing in the development of their nations.

The ailment of corruption is something that, unfortunately, plagues many Islamic countries, and one cannot avoid raising this question: Why are these countries associated with corruption? Is it because they are "Islamic" countries?  Is there anything in the Islamic culture that nurtures corruption?

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Islamic culture and its features.

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statyaThus have We made of you a Middle Ummah, that you might be witnesses over the people, and the Messenger a witness over yourselves…” (Al-Baqarah 2:143)

Say: “Verily, my Lord has guided me to a Way that is straight, a religion of right conduct, the Path of Ibrahim the true in faith, and he was not from among the idolaters.”

Say: “Truly, my prayer and my service of sacrifice, my life and my death, are (all) for Allah, the Lord of the World. No partner has He in His Divinity. This is what I am commanded, and I am the first of Muslims.” (Al-An`am 6:161-163)

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What Do You Expect From Allah?

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buhari"Allah says, 'I am as my servant expects Me to be, and I am with him when he remembers me. If he thinks of Me, I think of him. If he mentions Me in company, I mention him in an even better company. When he comes closer to Me by a handspan, I come closer to him an arm's length. If he draws closer to Me by an arm's length, I draw closer by a distance of two outstretched arms nearer to him. If my servant comes to Me walking, I go to him running."(Al-Bukhari)

Streaming out of these words is a sense of the love Allah has for His servants and the special relationship they can have with Him. How inspiring it is that you can remember Allah at any moment and immediately have a connection with the Heavens, because He will remember you in that same instant. If you mention His name in front of people, He will mention you by name in the company of the angels.

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Payment of zakat with debt

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

debt is owned by the lender. However, regarding to whether the lender to pay zakat money given to them that some chelovku in debt, and who are not in his possession, legal scholars have different opinions:

Ibn Umar, Aisha and Ikrimah freedman Ibn Abbas yes Allah be pleased with them, believed that with the money transferred to thedebtis not paid zakat. They explained this by saying that thistheir is notproperty is multiplied, and it is like the property for personal use.

Majority of jurists thus clarified the question.

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The Prophet’s Care for Children

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Children are a great blessing from Allah. With their tender hearts, children can be molded into righteous people only with a positive and tender approach. Islam considers children to be an amanah (trust) given to the family and says it is fard (obligatory) for the family to raise a child in a righteous manner.

One should not favor one child over another. In Islam, both male and female children should be treated equally and should be loved and cherished. The children have certain rights over their parents; it is the family’s obligation to shelter, feed, clothe, educate, support, nurture, and love them.

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