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Scott Welch Dr. Wettemann Persons and Communities October 5, 2006 The Koran “The righteous man is he who believes in God and the Last Day, in the angels and the Book and the prophets; who, though he loves it dearly, gives away his wealth to kinsfolk, to orphans, to the destitute, to the traveler in need and to beggars, and for the redemption of captives; who attends to his prayers and renders the alms levy; who is true to his promises and steadfast in trial and adversity and in times of war.” (The Cow, Pg. 27) This passage from the Koran seems to address the true nature of Islam; it depicts a religion that is full of love, compassion, and integrity. The Koran, coupled with Shariah, are the tools used to instruct Muslims the proper ways to travel through life. They describe the basics for a community, the roles of both men and women, and the relationship shared between Allah and the Islamic faith. As a guideline for the foundations of a community, the Koran and Shariah, spend a great deal of time formulizing laws for the Muslim person with emphases on interaction with outsiders, religious practices and behaviors. There are five
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course P&C taught by Professor Wettemann during the Fall '05 term at McMurry.

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