Posts Tagged ‘ ScMH – Alcohol and Substances ’

Why Alcohol is Prohibited in Islam
Exploring the effects of alcohol and why other attempts to prohibit it have failed. (Aizaz Khan - Toronto Canada)
Editorial
Why More and More People are Turning to Drugs. (Amer Safir - UK)
Ways to One World
Providing solutions to global problems and issues. (Chaudhry Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan)
The Future of Western Society
How the pursuit of pleasure and liberty from all bondage that binds man to His Creator is seriously damaging Western society. (Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih IV)
Qur’anic guidance on a good diet
Now that the month of fasting has ended, an analysis of the features of a good diet, and the guidance given by the Holy Qur’an both in terms of the prohibitions and the reasoning behind them. (Dr. Latif Ahmad Qureshi - UK)
Dangers of the Age and Safeguarding of Islamic Values
By following guidance given by Islam, we can prevent ourselves from the immoral and evil dangers affecting mankind. (Bilal Atkinson)
Notes & Comments: A License to Kill?
The impact of alcohol on the economy and why some moves to tackle associated problems exacerbate the situation. (Fareed Ahmad - UK)
Notes & Comments – Tobacco – its continued globalisation and effects
Despite the Global Health Treaty on the effects of tobacco use in the West being implemented in 2005, ‘developing countries’ are now becoming successful targets of tobacco manufacturers who exploit their economic and social vulnerability. (Maidah Ahmad - Canada)
The Impact of Alcohol on Society
A brief look into problems caused by alcoholism and Islamic teachings on the subject. (Dr. Latif Ahmad Qureshi - UK)
Editorial
Drugs and Tobacco