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Islam in the 21st Century

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Islam in the 21st Century

Publisher: Khilafah.com
Number of pages: 38

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This booklet will explore and contrast some of the problems of the 21st century and compare the manner in which secularism and Islam attempt to solve them. This booklet will look at how the Shari'ah texts are capable of dealing with any issue, be they social, economic or international. The book will scrutinize the applicability of the shari'ah in the 21st century through looking at a variety of 21st century issues.

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