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War, peace and non-violence

Imam Muhammad Shirazi

War, peace and non-violence

an Islamic perspective

by Imam Muhammad Shirazi

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Published by Fountain Books in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islam -- Social aspects.,
  • Islam -- Doctrines.

  • Edition Notes

    Translated by Ali ibn Adam and Z. Olyabek.

    StatementImam Muhammad Shirazi.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv,131p. :
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20253017M
    ISBN 101903323045

    Peace and non-violence Everyone wants to see a world without war. But the only way to have that is to have a world without dictators. If "peace" movements focused on getting the criminals (i.e. the dictatorships) to disarm, I would support them. But they focus on getting the police (i.e. the democracies) to disarm.. Democracies disarming or refusing to go to war in the face of dictatorships is.   War and Peace, considered one of Tolstoy’s masterpieces, is a sweeping saga of the French invasion of Russia and its impact on everyday lives told through the stories of .

    Under these circumstances ‘Kurukshetra’ ponderance over the larger question of war or peace, violence or non-violence becomes significant. The book is in the form of a dialogue between the two central characters of Mahabharata; Yudhishthira and Bhishma and reflects genuine reservations of Yudhishthira who views war as an act of sin. A stirring anthology of writings about peace and nonviolence from Buddha to Arundhati Roy As you read this, America is at war. President Bush declared a "war on terrorism" and 90 percent of the American people believed he was doing the right thing. But is there another way? From Buddha in the pre-Christian era to the most recent declaration of peace principles by Nobel laureates, nonviolence 4/5(1).

    By James Courtright, Staff Writer for RightsViews. On January 30 th Dr. Jana Krause came to speak with students and faculty at Columbia’s School for International and Public Affairs about her new book, “Resilient Communities: Non-Violence and Civilian Agency in Communal War.” Her work centers on communal conflict – non-state armed conflict between identity groups – in Plateau state.   The Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies and the Institute for African Studies present Book Talk: Resilient Communities: Non-Violence and Civilian Agency in Communal War (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press: ) Dr. Jana Kraus, Author Senior Lecturer in Security/Conflict Department of Political Science University of Amsterdam Moderated by Séverine .


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Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Islam's view on war --Islam's guidance on war --Islam's view on killing --Islamic movement and peace --Non-violence in the teachings of sibility: Muhammad Shirazi.

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In an effort to help students develop critical thinking skills, the authors include study questions after every major article.2/5(1). His call for peace and non-violence stems from his conviction to the teachings of Islam on every aspect of the human life. Through his extensive knowledge of the teachings of Islam, the author presents the Islamic stand on war, peace and non-violence, as found in the traditions and teachings of the Prophet of Islam, which could serve as.

Chapter War or Peace. from Gandhiji's book My Non-violence: In this chapter Gandhiji explains peace, non-violence as the goal. This book is a compilation of articles from writings of Mahatma Gandhi, on ahimsa or non-violence, its relation with truth and how it can be adapted at various difficult situations.

Considers the development of just war thinking in the moral theology of Bernard Häring, who moved to a paradigm of healing and a call to an ethic of non-violence. Three periods mark this development: a new vision of reality, a moral community actively engaged for. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gandhi, Mahatma, Non-violence in peace & war.

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He also touches on the subjects of collaborative governments, freedom of expression, economics, and legal : stances that lead to conflict, but then war should be seen as the last resort in settling any conflict.

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My Attitude towards War: Sword v. Spirit: For conscience' sake: Our Choice: Military Programme: Superstitions die hard: Theory and practice of Non-violence: The Greatest Force: A talk on Non-violence: A discourse of Non-violence: Our Failure: Qualifications of a Peace Brigade: If I were a Czech: The Jews: Some Questions Answered: Non-violence.

He asserts that, "War’s inevitability does not rest on natural law, but on individuals incapable of conceiving of another path." Nonviolence has worked.

The Nazis are often cited as an example of an enemy against whom non-violence would have been futile. This book contends that in fact, more Jews were saved by non-violence than by violence.Nonviolence or Ahimsa is one of the cardinal virtues and an important tenet of Jainism, Hinduism and is a multidimensional concept, inspired by the premise that all living beings have the spark of the divine spiritual energy; therefore, to hurt another being is to hurt oneself.

It has also been related to the notion that any violence has karmic consequences.Books with anti-war themes have explicit anti-war messages or have been described as having significant anti-war themes or sentiments.

Not all of these books have a direct connection to any particular anti-war movement. The list includes fiction and non-fiction, and books for children and younger readers.