This book compares the political economy of capitalism and that of Islam. Capitalism is showing critical symptoms of its failure: financial crashes, inequality, moral deterioration, and decline of productivity. The author presents Islam as an ideology that can compete and replace capitalism for good.
There is no such thing in Islam as people being equal before Allah. In fact, Islam does not teach equality at all. This shouldn't be a problem for Muslims, in fact, it reflects the wisdom of Godthe Most High.
Workers/laborers/employees are undoubtedly valuable assets to any economics. Why should we treat them fairly, and how does Islam view them?
“Say. Surely my prayer and my sacrifice and my life and my death are (all) for Allah, the Lord of the worlds;” – Quran, 6:162 The one who admits to…
What or who is the most effective killer? The one that can boast how much it can kill, or the one that works in silence and incapicitates its enemy within?
Once a while we need to sit down, take a deep breath and reflect back on our past actions.
The essence of the teachings of Islam are liberal in nature. Islam teaches us to question the traditions brought down to us, which is to not blindly accept the practices of our ancestors.
The education system today failed in its purpose in the first place. Education is designed to produce graduates to fulfil job markets rather than graduates with minds of higher values and ethics.
The whole story in Joker is about the poor being angry with the rich. It reflects the reality today. It shows how the rich are always arrogant, and are careless about the people.