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Principles of employment relations in Islam: A normative view

Principles of employmentrelations in Islam:a normative view Jawad SyedKent Business School, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, andAbbas J. AliEberly College of Business and Information Technology,Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania, USAAbstractPurpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe a normative perspective of employment relationsin Islam.Design/methodology/approach – The perspective on employment relations offered in this paper isbased on a ... Read More »

Accommodating Islam in the Workplace: A Work in Progress

Accommodating Islam in the Workplace: A Work in Progress Allegations by Muslims of workplace discrimination are rising, with the number of annual complaints more than doubling since 2004, according to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) data. In 2009, the EEOC received 1,490 complaints from Muslims, the fifth consecutive year the number of complaints rose. “The trend could reflect a rise ... Read More »

Working in the Islamic section of a bank even though there is mixing

I used to work in a bank for long time, in a very respected position. Then Allah guided me, so I moved to the Islamic department in the bank. During the last three years the bank started to employee women without strict conditions. I have denounced this for two years. which made them take some superficial procedures. Then I wrote ... Read More »

EMPLOYER -EMPLOYEE OBLIGATIONS IN ISLAM

Islam has a set of basic rules and regulations for employer and employee to run their affairs.  Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) practiced and also taught these people during his time.  He founded a society where employer and employee enjoyed benefits of these basic rules.  1400 after years from his death, these basic rules still exists as milestone not ... Read More »

Employment concerns for working Muslim women – I: Islamic guidelines

Before a Muslim woman seeks employment, she must carefully weigh all of her options and prepare herself for inevitable challenges. Every day, many Muslim women cope with the challenge of working in a non-Muslim environment: a male employee offers his hand during introductions, other employees begin to discuss private aspects of their lives at lunch, an invitation is sent to ... Read More »

TOP MUSLIM UNIVERSITY REJECTS REFORM, STANDS BY ‘TERRORIST CURRICULUM’

TOP MUSLIM UNIVERSITY REJECTS REFORM, STANDS BY ‘TERRORIST CURRICULUM’ Much of the curriculum of Al Azhar—the Islamic world’s most prestigious university, located in Cairo—is based on Islamic books written in the medieval era or earlier. These books—histories, biographies of Muhammad, hadith (words and deeds of the latter), tafsirs (Koran exegeses), etc.—are often criticized by more reform-minded Muslims for being too ... Read More »

Islam – History of Islamic Education, Aims and Objectives of Islamic Education

Islamic thought and traditional lifestyle. Religious education was to remain a separate and personal responsibility, having no place in public education. If Muslim students desired religious training, they could supplement their existing education with moral instruction in traditional religious schools–the kuttāb. As a consequence, the two differing education systems evolved independently with little or no official interface. Aims and Objectives ... Read More »

US Muslims told to ‘stay strong’ after Trump win

Muslims civil rights leader Nihad Awad urges Trump to ensure rights of minorities regardless of ethnic, religious background World Bulletin / News Desk The head of a leading civil rights organization has urged Muslim Americans to “stay strong” following the election of Donald Trump. Trump made a number of Islamophobic remarks during his presidential campaign, including his infamous demand that ... Read More »

Casey report criticised for focus on UK Muslim communities

Muslim groups have raised concerns about the government’s community cohesion report, arguing that it confuses race, religion and immigration and focuses too heavily on Muslim communities. The study, commissioned by David Cameron as prime minister and carried out by Dame Louise Casey, recommends a new strategy to help bridge divides in the UK, including an “integration oath” to encourage immigrants ... Read More »

Islamist hyperextremism’ could bring world to brink of catastrophe – report

Catholic charity says the kind of religiously motivated violence espoused by Isis has led to attacks in one in five countries in last two years A new and deadly wave of Islamist “hyperextremism” is undermining global peace and stability with an impact felt in the Middle East, Africa and the west, according to a new report that calls for urgent ... Read More »