The impact of Ramadan to the economy

Economics is a very strange discipline among all disciplines partially because of its direct relationship with every part of life. But perhaps what makes it so interesting is its aim to derive empirical and in a way scientific results from social events or behaviours. Thus, the term social science first called with Economics for its method of combining quantitative and qualitative techniques. Say in mathematics, a derived result is certain and undisputable since the data flow has no brake in its own chain. You either gain a result or you…

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Ramadan: the golden opportunity

Titled as the sultan of the eleven months a new blessed Ramadan is coming. We live in the end times. We commit many sins and are addicted to various of them. The best way to get rid of our sins is to evaluate Ramadan at utmost level. While returning Madinah after the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah our Prophet (asw) told his companions that a surah was revealed to him that night, and it was more pleasing to him than anything on earth. Why he talked like that is because surah al-Fath…

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Imam Said Nursi’s educational system and Hayrat Foundation model

Hayrat Foundation and the Religious Affairs Presidency of the Peraq State of Malaysia held a symposium themed “Imam Bediuzzaman Said Nursi’s Educational System and Hayrat Foundation Model.” Organized as part of the traditional “Risale-i Nur and Bediuzzaman Said Nursi Week” in Perak State, the President of the State Dr Zambry Bin Abdul Kadir, minister of Religious Affairs of Perak, president of High Council of Religious Affairs, and many NGO representatives, academicians, managers and students attended the symposium. The Symposium started with the opening speech of the president of Religious Affairs…

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