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The Equilibrium: Issues of Islamic Education in the United States

The Equilibrium: Issues of Islamic Education in the United States AUTHOR Barazangi, Nimat Hafez ABSTRACT The theme of this special edition of Religion and Education (R&E) on “Issues of Islamic Education” is taqwa. Taqwa is an Arabic word often translated oversimply as “piety,” but which bears the meaning of “a conscious balance between the individual, the society, and the limits ... Read More »

Why Do American Muslims Fare Better Than Their French Counterparts?

Why Do American Muslims Fare Better Than Their French Counterparts? Ten years ago, the U.S. embassy in Paris sent a secret diplomatic cable to Washington foreshadowing the unrest France would face in the decade to come: “France not only has a problem with integration or immigration; it also needs to act to give Muslims a sense of French identity,” the ... Read More »

Dealing With Depression Caused by Unemployment and Loneliness

Dealing With Depression Caused by Unemployment and Loneliness Question: I would like some help inshaAllah. I attend Islamic courses and feel my imaan is boosted after. But then I cannot maintain this afterwards. I feel depressed about my life situation such as unemployment and loneliness due to not being able to find a spouse and this gets me down even ... Read More »

Muslim Australians E-Brief: Online Only issued 6 March 2007 Janet Phillips, Social Policy Section Introduction There is currently a great deal of interest in, and misunderstanding about, Australia s Muslim communities. Muslim Australians are not a homogenous group as some media reports might lead us to believe, but make up a small, culturally diverse section of Australian society. Over a ... Read More »

Growth, Poverty & Unemployment Scenarios

Growth, Poverty & Unemployment Scenarios The growth of employment depends on the level of economic activity. Higher level of economic activity is likely to create demand for labour in the domestic market thereby reducing unemployment and income inequalities. Viewed in the background of historical development this section examines the prospects of growth, employment, and poverty during the remainder of the ... Read More »

UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE

UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE Galuh Tri Pambekti economicinformaticsnews@gmail.com Master of Economics, Faculty of Economics, Islamic University of Indonesia In the literature of general economic, there are no rules that require a person must participate actively in the labor market. Because it works or not is an individual right. One of the factors that affect the individual to decide to ... Read More »

Fired Muslim workers deserve unemployment benefits from Cargill, Colorado labor department rules

Fired Muslim workers deserve unemployment benefits from Cargill, Colorado labor department rules Colorado’s labor department has ruled that more than 100 Muslim workers fired from a Fort Morgan meatpacking plant are eligible for unemployment benefits because a company cannot force workers to choose between their religion and their jobs. The workers filed for unemployment payments after they were fired in ... Read More »

Unemployment in French Muslim communities driving youth to radicalism – ex-intelligence chief

Unemployment in French Muslim communities driving youth to radicalism – ex-intelligence chief The tragedy in Nice is the latest horrifying terrorist attack to hit France, with hundreds of people falling victim to extremists. Authorities are waging a frantic battle against the plague of radicalism, at the same facing criticism from citizens, who are upset by the limitation of their liberties. ... Read More »

Unemployment Is Driving Young Arabs Into The Hands Of Islamic State, Says Survey

Unemployment Is Driving Young Arabs Into The Hands Of Islamic State, Says Survey A survey of young people across the Arab world has found that a lack of jobs is seen as the biggest factor driving people into the arms of Islamic State, also known as ISIS or Daesh. The survey quizzed 3,500 people aged 18-24 in 16 Arab countries ... Read More »

Three Rules to Beat Unemployment

Three Rules to Beat Unemployment Unemployment Series To understand corporate America’s view of its employees, read Execution: The Disciple of Getting Things Done, by Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan. You are not the intended audience for this book; it was written primarily for consumption by C-level executives and Senior VP types. A better title for this book would be, How ... Read More »