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The best $25 you will spend to become closer to the Quran  
AIT courses offer a modern perspective on Islam, based on authentic Islamic sources. They are designed to be relevant to our current time and place, addressing the needs of a diverse community. In particular, the courses cover different human development areas, focusing on application of learned knowledge.

This module, part of a series on Intellectual Development, focuses on Approaching the Qur'an.

By: Dr. Maher Hathouut, Dr. Gasser Hathout , Jihad Turk

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Lessons from Islamic and Ethical Finance for Today  
The notion of the moral economy is intrinsic to all the major faiths, each of which has placed ethical boundaries on the behavior of those active in the market. 

The ten commandments of the Jewish Torah or Christian Old Testament laid down an ethical boundary - or regulation - for work: 

"for six days you shall labor and do all your work. But the seventh day is a Sabbath to the Lord your God; you shall not do any work - you, your son or your daughter, your male or female slave, your livestock, or the alien resident in your towns".

The Qu'ran lays down clear ethical boundaries for lending and borrowing, and for trade. 

These boundaries have been vital in the maintenance of great civilizations. As Karl Polanyi, the great economic historian argued (in his 1944 book "The Great Transformation") - the regulation of the conduct of human affairs by law is vital to the maintenance of civilized society, and to the market, because 

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Secrets From My Husbands Past  

Question: My husband had girlfriends in the past which he refuses to talk to me about. During our engagement, he made it clear that he wasn't an angel in the past, but that he is a different man now and he doesn't like to talk about his past since it is between him and Allah. He also told me that he is not in touch with any of his ex-girlfriends. Things went well, and we got married. 

A few months after our marriage, I saw an old photograph on his friends Facebook page of him sitting next to a girl. My husband first told me that she was a friend, then explained that this was one of his ex- girlfriends who he had intended to marry but did not because his parents didn't approve and because he and his girlfriend had issues as well. He refuses to tell me what these issues were. The critical point is that I found out that she is still his friend on Facebook and that she sends him messages every now and then, contradictory to what he had told me previously about not being in contact with any of his ex-girlfriends. My husband let me go through all the messages between them, and there was no foul play there, alhamdulillah (all praise and thanks belong to God). I also found out that he had met with her during our engagement period to let her know that he was getting married to me. 

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What is Islam?  
Yusuf Estes an American Muslim preacher and teacher who converted from Christianity to Islam in 1991 explains Islam.


The Art of Marriage

 Remember that a successful marriage depends on two things: (1) finding the right person and (2) being the right person.



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