ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

  • 25.8 Policy of Self-Sufficiency
    The policy of self-sufficiency means that a country aims towards being self-sufficient and to form a closed economic unit that could survive on its own. This country would not import nor export any commodities. Her aim would, in this instance, go beyond the protectionist theory, differ from the theory of…
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  • 25.7 National Economy
    The theory of national economy is linked to the concept of “cultural protection” derived from the theory of heavy industry. The champions of the theory of national economy deem that the economic growth of a nation must aim at providing her with political power as well as economic power. They…
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  • 25.6 Protectionism
    The protectionist theory requires that a State interferes in order to achieve equilibrium in foreign trade. The pupose of protectionism is to influence the balance of trade and redress the deficit, because the spontaneous balance between exports and imports would not be able to achieve equilibrium, nor would it be…
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  • 25.5 Free Trade
    The theory of free trade states that trade transactions between countries should be conducted without restrictions, customs duties or any obstacle to imports. This school of thought champions the abolishment of the State’s control. The State would no longer be obliged to control imports and exports, because the equilibrium between…
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  • 25.4 Foreign Trade Policy
    Foreign trade is the relationship of the State with other states, peoples and nations from a commercial angle. In other words, it is the management of the Ummah’s commercial affairs from a foreign angle. This policy should be based on specific fundamentals, and it should adhere to. The nations’ viewpoints…
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  • 25.3 Currency-Monetary Relations Between Countries
    Foreign trade generates a monetary relationship between countries, because a country would have to pay the price of commodities with the currency of the country she had imported from, or with a currency acceptable to that country. A country would also have to receive payment for commodities she sells in…
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RULING SYSTEM OF ISLAM

  • 2 The Islamic State
    The Islamic State is a Khaleefah implementing the Shar’a. It is a political and an executive body entrusted with the duty of implementing and executing the laws of Islam, and of conveying the Islamic Message to the world by means of da’wah and Jihad. It is the only method that…
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  • 17 The guarantee of the implementation of Islam
    The natural guarantee for implementing Islam, carrying of its Da’wah, continuity of its implementation and the perfection of this implementation is the Taqwa of the ruler and the concentration of this Taqwa within himself. This is because the Taqwa of Allah by the ruler makes Him more concerned about Islam…
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  • 9.3 The Khaleefah is the leader of the army
    The Khaleefah is the leader of the army and He is the one who appoints the Chief of Staff and an Ameer to every brigade, and a commander to every division. With regards to the other posts in the army the commanders of the brigades appoint them. Appointing a person…
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  • 16 Establishing political parties is Fard Kifayah
    Individuals carry the duty of holding the rulers accountable, which has been ordered by Allah (swt), in their capacity as individuals and by groups and parties in their capacity as groups and parties. In addition to ordering the Muslims to invite to the Good (Al-Khair), enjoin the Ma’ruf and forbid…
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EDUCATION

  • 1 Introduction
    The culture (thaqafa) of any nation is the backbone of its existence and survival. Based on this culture, the Ummah’s civilisation (hadhara) is founded, and its goals and objective are…
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  • 6.1 Goals of school education
    There are three main goals of school teaching: i) Building the Islamic personality, intellect and disposition, so as to complete this process by the end of the school teaching stage.…
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  • 6.2 School education stages
    While dividing teaching into stages, we must pay attention to the student’s reality as a child or mature (baaligh) person at each stage. And we must refer to the Shari’ah…
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  • 2 Education policy and its organisation in the khilafah state
    The education system in the Khilafah State is composed of the totality of the Shari’ah rules and administrative canons related to the education curriculum. The Shari’ah rules related to education…
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  • 4 Teaching method
    The correct teaching method is rational address by the teacher and intellectual reception by the student. Thought or the mind (‘aql) is the tool for both teaching and studying; and…
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HISTORY

  • 48 How the Islamic State Would Rise
    The strength of the Islamic thought coupled with its methodology would be sufficient to establish the Islamic State and to resume the Islamic way of life, provided that this thought is deeply rooted in the hearts and minds of the Muslims, and that it materialized itself in the Muslims in…
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  • 47 Obstacles in Establishing the State
    Reestablishing the Islamic State is by no means an easy or straightforward task. There are several colossal obstacles facing the re-establishment of the Islamic State which first need to be removed and dismantled, and there are several major difficulties standing in the way of the resumption of the Islamic way…
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  • 46 The Neglected Duty
    The structure of the Islamic State is based on seven pillars: the Khalifah; the Assistants; the Commander of Jihad; the Judiciary; the Wulaa’; the Administrative System; and the Majlis Al Ummah. The structure of the State would be complete if these seven elements were in place. If any of these…
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  • 45 Preventing the Establishment of the Islamic State
    In the wake of the First World War, the allies occupied all the lands of the Islamic State. Their main aim was to destroy the State for good and then ensure that it would never rise again. Once they had destroyed the Islamic State, they set about making sure that…
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  • 44 The Destruction of the Islamic State
    In the wake of the First World War, after a truce had been declared and once allies had secured their sweeping victory, the ‘Uthmani State was destroyed and fragmented into small statelets. The allies seized all the Arab lands, Egypt, Syria, Palestine, TransJordan and Iraq, stripping them from the State…
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  • 43 The Political Siege of the Islamic World
    The real cause behind the invasion of Andalus was the revenge which Europe yearned for ever since their humiliating defeat in the crusader wars. After the crushing blow they were dealt by the Muslims, and after they had been chased away from Muslim lands, the Westerners carried a grudge against…
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