In part II, we provided some suggestions that may help the individual address the problem within his heart. In this part, we will focus on the group's duty towards individuals with respect to means of addressing the problem.
How to address the problem? In part I, we attempted to define the problem, its causes and its consequences. In this part, we will suggest some solutions that can help an individual avoid falling into the problem ab initio or assist in addressing it practically in the event of its existence.
The Islamic movement in general is currently going through a sensitive stage, in terms of openness to society in all the countries where it is existing. Despite the different forms of hardships that Islamic movements, most notably the Muslim Brotherhood, have faced, yet there are common aspects in their various experiences, especially after trying to present themselves as a realistic alternative and providing appropriate solutions to the problems of their societies in order to guide them to the path of renaissance, freedom and development. However, all this was met with brute force from all those who adopt strict aversion to the Islamic approach.
The term ‘positive education’ has recently been circulated so much; so, what does positive education mean?
Muslim communities have recently been subjected to successive campaigns challenging their constants and seeking to distract them from building their future –through plunging Muslims into issues of identity, thought, and philosophical clashes, in continued attempts to destroy Islam from within at the hands of its own sons.
Social intelligence is a spirit that runs in the personality to make it close to people, able to communicate with them, understand their feelings and interests, influence them, gain friends and succeed in areas of education, guidance, media, business management, finance, trade ... and within the family, neighbors, relatives and others. It is the ability to successfully build relationships and navigate social environments.
Air pollution increases the risk of intellectual disabilities in children, according to a recent Australian study, conducted by researchers at the University of Sydney and published in the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research in 2018.
The message of the teachings is one of the most important messages of Imam Hassan al-Banna, which he dedicated for educating individuals within the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and unifying their concepts, so that all MB members can have a common understanding of Islam.
This study by Dr. Abdullah Al-Zubayr Abdul Rahman, Secretary General of the Islamic Fiqh (Jurisprudence) Academy, is dedicated to those stationed on the frontiers of the Muslim nation fighting against its enemies in order to preserve its identity, territory, honor and dignity.
All supporters and opponents have agreed that Mr. Omar Telmensani was truly a leader that had all the righteous qualities: he had good morals and used to behave properly in difficult situations, having a practical character both as an Islamic preacher and Muslim Brotherhood leader.