Defeated Muslim Ummah

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ASSIGNMENT NO 1 SUBJECT: ISLAMIC STUDIES SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY: MUHMMAD AZHAR HAMEED (130150) WHY ARE WE DEFEATED UMMAH TODAY Hazrat Adam (A.S) was first man who came to earth. Later On generation continued, some people worshiped ALLAH so called Muslim while other called non-muslim. Non Muslim started to worship clouds, rocks, mountains, elephant, in short those things were worshiped which used to b strange. God has sent about 1 lac 24 thousand Prophets to take the people on a right way (Siraat e Mustaqeem). But still we cant say that all have obeyed them. Now a days we muslim people are passing through a difficult life, so that we have forgotten our religion. We are doing all those things from which ALLAH and His prophet…show more content…
Anti-Educational: There is a strong and pervasive attitude in many Muslim-majority countries that a Western-style education, seeking a high degree of literacy and scientific knowledge is undesirable. Instead, there is a strong pull towards a religious education. This leads to minimal technological innovation in Muslim-majority countries today. While Muslims make up over 23% of the world population, they have less than 10 Noble Prizes in the Sciences and Maths. Lack of Human Rights: Most Muslim-majority countries deny their citizens fundamental human rights such as equality before the law, freedom to express their opinions (even if they are unpopular), freedom of assembly, equality for women in education and marriage rights, freedom of movement, an end to the slave trade (in a minority of Muslim countries), and other infringements. Statistics have shown a high-level of correlation between the presence of human rights and economic and political affluence. Foreign Policy Over Domestic Concerns: Many Muslims are concerned about irrelevant foreign policy issues among Muslims and Non-Muslims in other countries. The Cypriot situation and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict are wholly irrelevant to Pakistan and Morocco, but people in those countries spend an inordinate amount of time discussing those issues. That time comes out of discussions about what to do about serious problems in those countries such as women 's education or the lack of
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