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Islam shall not rest until the world becomes an oasis of peace
Based on the fact that human history mostly covers wars among human beings as a prevalent event, they developed, as some have pictured them, into wars waging between two civilizations, generating destruction and calamity.
Because these wars were raging among peoples even before the emergence of civilization and urbanism, it became possible to consider that human civilization could play a crucial role in the solidarity of people, and not necessarily be a factor for hostility and warfare.
Dialogue brings us closer to our humanity
Since human societies settled down, dialogue was the decisive medium in establishing the rules of understanding, the best way to establish social peace, in addition to its contribution in the enrichment of knowledge and the development of thinking.
Dialogue is different from debate because it could lead to the truth which could be reached through dialogue positivity. The debate represents a conflict between two opposite idea: it might end when an idea deletes the other or might keep going on…
A dot changed all the meaning

Two words are combined by language alliteration so that they meet in reading and writing: Arabs and the West. It is one of the particularities of the Arabic language: a dot added to a letter changed the meaning, drew high limits and paved the way for a new understanding, a different language and identified two worlds that agree in language but disagree in meaning.

The infertile and the orphan justice

This is why it is very important to have a fair judge because is the essential guarantor to eliminate injustice and access to fair judgment between two parties or more. This is why he must have the qualities that justify his position and give him the right to separate between litigants without equivocation or bias.

The basic factors leading to freedom are the right of expression and opinion

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