UNIVERSAL ASPECTS OF ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS ETHICS AND MUSLIM EXTREMISM

  • Mohammad Ismath Ramzy University of Malaya
Keywords: Amr Bi al-Maruf Wa al-Nahyi al-Munkar, Erosion of Ethics, Failure of Professional Ethics, Islamic Religious Ethics, Muslim Extremism, Religious Ethics, Universal Ethics

Abstract

The researchers investigate the role of Islam in promoting ethical society in globalized world against the extremists’ interpretations of Islamic ethical system, using the self-develop theoretical framework based on Amr Bi al-Maruf Wa al-Nahyi al-Munkar – promotion of goodness and prevention of badness. The content analysis method is used in this research to collect the data from the religious scriptures and literatures. This research found Islamic religious ethics is universal and capable of guiding young generation in industrial revolution 4.0.

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Published
2020-09-30
How to Cite
Mohammad Ismath Ramzy. (2020). UNIVERSAL ASPECTS OF ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS ETHICS AND MUSLIM EXTREMISM. Journal of Dharma, 45(3), 437-452. Retrieved from http://dvkjournals.in/index.php/jd/article/view/3106