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Keyword: Ibn Khaldun

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The sons of Saud: the scions of Zion

Abu Dharr

Rabi' al-Thani 03, 14382017-01-01

The clannish rulers of Arabia have abandoned the values of Islam and reverted back to the days of Jahiliyah before Islam. Instead of being slaves of Allah, they are slaves of the Shaytan.


Issues in the struggle for survival and the West's self-destructive dementia

Kalim Siddiqui

Dhu al-Qa'dah 12, 14161996-04-01

WHO can survive and who cannot is a question that has always occupied the minds of theologians, historians, philosophers and scientists. Elaborate theories have been developed around this theme. The more famous are those of Plato, Abdur-Rahman, Ibn Khaldun, Karl Marx, and Charles Darwin.

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The Meaning of History: An Islamic Perspective

Talib M. Aziz

Rabi' al-Thani 04, 14131992-03-01

Not since Ibn-Khaldun's al-Muqaddima in the fourteen century did any Muslim scholar make a significant contribution to the understanding of the historical process. The late Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr from Iraq made a serious effort in giving his vision on the development of the history. His interpretations of history can be considered as part of his effort to prove that Islam, through the ulama (jurists) of the traditional religious schools, is still capable of contributing to the advancement of knowledge and resolution of problems facing man in this temporal world.

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