DOI:​10.3329/IIUCS.V9I0.24027
Corpus ID: 67816386
The Need of Ijtihad for Sustainable Development in Islam
A. Javed, Muhammad Javed
Published 10 July 2015
Sociology
Iiuc Studies
Education has been a central feature of Islam from the very beginning. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) stressed on the acquisition of knowledge and sustainable development of islam. The Quran has… 
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