Role of Islamic Religion In Building Peaceful Environment for Combating Insecurity and Economic Challenges
Keywords:Economic Challenge, Insecurity, Secured Environment, Peace Building, Islam
Islam means peace, not only for the followers of Islam, but for all mankind. Peace is
closer to human nature than violence. Peace is the backbone and an essential
element for establishing a prosperous environment, Many Prophets prayed to Allah
for maintenance of peace in their respective lands and nations. The golden
principles and imitable Sunnah of the Prophet Abraham and Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم (show
that unnecessary confrontation with enemy must not be wished, because it hampers
the way of intellectual growth, creativity, socio-cultural development, economic
prosperity, and political stability. Islam does not encourage war and violence,
instead it always stresses on peaceful coexistence and cooperation among the
diverse communities, which in return improve economic and social status of
humans. The paper reviewed the concept of Islamic religion peace and peaceful
environment to improve economic for sustainable development. The Paper adopts
the method of using some religious materials through secondary data to explain the
role of Islamic religion in building peaceful environment and improve economy for
sustainable development. The paper concludes that by presenting Islamic religion
teaching, no doubt peace building among mankind would be encouraged.
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