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Property Rights in Islam

Ultimate Ownership vs. Trusteeship

Numerous verses in the Qur'an give a clear indication that everything is owned by Allah (God) and that property in the absolute sense belongs to Him, and to Him alone.

For example, one verse says what means: [To Allah belongs the domain of heavens and earth and anything in-between] (Al-Ma’idah 5:120). Another verse refers to Allah as [the owner of the entire universe]  (Aal-`Imran 3:26). 

However, the right of ownership being God’s alone does not  mean that we as human beings do not also have the right to own property, it simply puts this individual right of ownership within a broader context. Ownership is basically our responsibility as trustees of God on earth.

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Modesty and Dignity in Islam

Humbleness can be divided into two basic categories. The first kind is humbleness before God, which implies faith in Him and total submission to His will and commands without feeling haughty.

The second category is humbleness with people, usually defined in dictionaries as the quality of being humble or modest and lacking pride, boastfulness or excessive self-assertiveness. These definitions also reflect Islam's view of humbleness.

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Islam and the Environment
 
A Live Dialogue Today with Dr. Badawi on IOL
 
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Purity of Intentions
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Improving the Quality of Sincerity (Ikhlas)

The first step to improve the quality of ikhlas is to make sure that your action is not prohibited by God. For example, a person cannot drink wine or rob a bank and say that he or she is doing it with a good intention. According to Islam, ends do not justify means; if a person has a noble objective then his or her intentions must also be noble.

Second is being conscious of God by realizing that God is present at all times and that He is aware of all your inner thoughts and motives.

Third is to develop the habit of giving some thought to any action before actually doing it. This includes, for example, seeking God's approval and pleasure when giving charity and not intending to impress people by it.

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Friday Sermon by Dr. Badawi

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Belief in Angels

Part of an audio talk by Dr. Badawi in his (Islamic Teachings Series)

Why Do Muslims Believe in Angels?

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Islam's Contribution to Civilization

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Infallibility of Prophets

There is no single passage in the entire Qur'an that attributes cardinal sins that blemish the moral character of a prophet. In fact, the contrary is true. All prophets are mentioned with great deal of adoration and respect.

According to the Qur'an, a prophet is not somebody who just communicates the word of God to people. The prophet is a person who exemplifies in his own behavior the moral standards and actions of the message that he is preaching; he can't just preach something and do the contrary.

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Why Arabia for the Last Prophet?

Why was Makkah chosen to be the cradle for the last monotheistic message though Arabs were idol worshippers at that time?

Did the Arabian desert have an influential role in shaping the Arabs' character? Why were the Arabs of the time, as free-spirited and independent as they were, so adamant to commit to Islam for better or worse?

 

You can find the answers of these questions and more by listening to Dr. Jamal Badawi's talk.

 

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Where in the World are the Muslims?

Part of a talk a number of years ago by Dr. Badawi

Where in the World Are the Muslims?

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Islamic Mortgages explained by Dr. Badawi
 
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Muslim Non-Muslims Relations
 
Commonly Misunderstood Qur'anic Texts- Dr Jamal Badawi (1/7)
 
 
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