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  • Authors: Baaquie, Belal E.; Roehner, Bertrand M.; Qing-hai, Wang (2018)

  • Over the last few years, a number of archaeological discoveries have been made that have raised questions and opened up possibly new understanding of the ancient history of Bangladesh. The findings at Wari-Bateshwar point to the possibility of a city-based civilization in the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta dating back to 4,000 BC. Another new discovery, which is being actively studied, is the possible existence of a branch of the Silk Road going through Bangladesh. A theoretical framework is required to guide an investigation as well as to acquire and interpret data. This paper explores a framework based on the existence of a southern branch of the Silk Road going through Bangladesh; and th...

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  • Authors: Wajeeh, Ismail Azzam; Muneeza, Aishath (2011)

  • As the Greek Philosopher Heraclitus stated one cannot step twice into the same river. (Vago S, (1999)) similarly the world is constantly changing as well. There have been pivotal junctions in time when nations and civilisations took turns towards reform and exponential development. The revolutions that have taken places over time, amongst them the industrial revolution, scientific revolution, French revolution, and other such transformations have always had a critical element of technology and science behind the proponents of the transformative efforts. Engines and machines, the glorious products of science began to revolutionise the idea of progress itself (Steven Kreis, (2001)). Def...

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  • Authors: Abdul Kareem, Mohamed Ariff (2016)

  • Islam has often been in the news in recent times unfortunately for the wrong reasons. The killing of innocent people in Muslim countries such as Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Somalia, and Sudan, and acts of terrorism associated with Muslims in Iraq, the United States, Spain, France, Kenya and elsewhere - not to mention religious intolerance in some Muslim countries - have tarnished the image of Islam and contributed much to the misunderstanding of the religion.

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  • Authors: Wajeeh, Ismail Azzam; Muneeza, Aishath (2011)

  • The world today has become a heterogeneous village with multiple cultures, religions and ethnicities competing for wealth and prestige. We are so diverse that even among the similar, differences surface over time. In such a world it is a real challenge to manage and disseminate true knowledge. Distortions, influences and manipulations among others shape the knowledge before reaching its intended audiences. Thus what is usually referred to as 'knowledge' may not be the true or comprehensive knowledge. With a broader degree of distortion due to proponents of various ideologies attempting to manipulate knowledge to their advantage it is crucial that knowledge be understood as a mere stoo...

Browsing by Topic General Islamic knowledge

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  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Baaquie, Belal E.; Roehner, Bertrand M.; Qing-hai, Wang (2018)

  • Over the last few years, a number of archaeological discoveries have been made that have raised questions and opened up possibly new understanding of the ancient history of Bangladesh. The findings at Wari-Bateshwar point to the possibility of a city-based civilization in the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta dating back to 4,000 BC. Another new discovery, which is being actively studied, is the possible existence of a branch of the Silk Road going through Bangladesh. A theoretical framework is required to guide an investigation as well as to acquire and interpret data. This paper explores a framework based on the existence of a southern branch of the Silk Road going through Bangladesh; and th...

  • book_review_science_Islam_west_aishath.PDF.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Wajeeh, Ismail Azzam; Muneeza, Aishath (2011)

  • As the Greek Philosopher Heraclitus stated one cannot step twice into the same river. (Vago S, (1999)) similarly the world is constantly changing as well. There have been pivotal junctions in time when nations and civilisations took turns towards reform and exponential development. The revolutions that have taken places over time, amongst them the industrial revolution, scientific revolution, French revolution, and other such transformations have always had a critical element of technology and science behind the proponents of the transformative efforts. Engines and machines, the glorious products of science began to revolutionise the idea of progress itself (Steven Kreis, (2001)). Def...

  • Islam for all.pdf.jpg
  • Book


  • Authors: Abdul Kareem, Mohamed Ariff (2016)

  • Islam has often been in the news in recent times unfortunately for the wrong reasons. The killing of innocent people in Muslim countries such as Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Somalia, and Sudan, and acts of terrorism associated with Muslims in Iraq, the United States, Spain, France, Kenya and elsewhere - not to mention religious intolerance in some Muslim countries - have tarnished the image of Islam and contributed much to the misunderstanding of the religion.

  • knowledge_already_Islamic_why do_we_want_to_islamise_aishath.PDF.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Wajeeh, Ismail Azzam; Muneeza, Aishath (2011)

  • The world today has become a heterogeneous village with multiple cultures, religions and ethnicities competing for wealth and prestige. We are so diverse that even among the similar, differences surface over time. In such a world it is a real challenge to manage and disseminate true knowledge. Distortions, influences and manipulations among others shape the knowledge before reaching its intended audiences. Thus what is usually referred to as 'knowledge' may not be the true or comprehensive knowledge. With a broader degree of distortion due to proponents of various ideologies attempting to manipulate knowledge to their advantage it is crucial that knowledge be understood as a mere stoo...