Posts Tagged ‘ EP – Poverty ’

The Basic Economic Principles of Islam – A Keynote Address in Singapore
Economic progress is at the heart of every nation’s key policies. Speaking at a Welcome Reception in one of the world’s most highly developed economies, Singapore; the Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community provides an intriguing insight into how Islam envisages an ideal economy. (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V(aba))
7th Annual Peace Symposium
Keynote address. Peace guarantees the tranquility of hearts but the growing distance away from God is causing restlessness. The theme of this year’s Symposium was ‘Loyalty, Freedom and Peace’. (Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih V(aba))
Poverty and Human Rights
A review of the Islamic solution to global poverty. (Maulana Ataul Mujeeb Rashed - UK)
The Philosophy of Zakat – Part II
Zakat is taken from the well-to-do and given to the poor. It teaches sympathy of the highest order. (Maulana Sheikh Mubarak Ahmad)
Editorial
They say that money cannot buy happiness, and they are right, but it can buy food, water, shelter and clothing. (Fareed Ahmad - UK)
Economic Injustice in the International Economic System
An analysis of the factors behind developing world debt and the need for a partnership in any solution to this injustice. (Maidah Ahmad - Canada)
The Philosophy of Zakat – Part I
Exploring the role and function of Zakat as a means of purifying one’s wealth, helping to relieve the suffering of the poor and a basis for economic and spiritual advancement. (Maulana Sheikh Mubarak Ahmad)
Editorial
The temporary nature of health, wealth and power in this world. (Fazal Ahmad - UK)
Notes & Comment
Food For Thought: The impact of food on humans and animals. (Fareed Ahmad - UK)