KFC Malaysia have to use only halal ingredients to produce foods and drinks once KFC Malaysia has decided to apply halal certificate from The Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM). JAKIM will then inspects the factory, restaurants, ingredients and processes in production of foods and drinks. After KFC Malaysia passed the halal test, JAKIM issues the halal certificate and permits KFC Malaysia to use the halal logo (KFC Malaysia, n.d.). Therefore, KFC Malaysia is able to offer halal food and provide promotions to the Muslim. The political environment in Malaysia has create an opportunities for
A feeling of security at the conclusion of life, led many people to become Muslim so the Empire could expand. A respect of other religions by Muslims made Islam a sensible religion. In “The Caliph Omar: Arab Imperialist”, a secondary source, written by J.J. Saunders, a British historian it tells how Muslims respected other faiths as the empire spread. People were not forced into Islam (Doc H). The Muslims respected other faiths, helping their empire to stay strong.
There are many great religions of the world. Two very popular ones were Confucianism and Daoism. Confucianism and Daoism have many similarities and differences. The similarities between Confucianism and Daoism are the founders, how the religion started, where it originated, and where the followers worship. Some differences are their belief of gods, the goal of each religion, and the fact that Confucianism is more of a political system for society, while Daoism is more of a personal self improvement.
During the 16th hundreds and 18th hundreds religion was huge, and was very important. However from the 16th and 18th hundreds people realised that the people should have a right for the different laws and rules that were being made. The 16th and 18th hundreds have allowed many people to realise that the government wasn’t the only people who had the rights to make up the laws. Most laws were made from Christians, which explains the laws of being a good person and doing what was told in the name of God. Religion played a major role in the development of democracy and mercantilism in the 16th to the 18th century, since it created of new nation based upon self-reliance, self-motivation, and self-government.
From a political standpoint both governments tried to control the social norm in their respective empires. Both empires had a state religion that was enforced by the government. The Spanish used the "convert or die" ultimatum to enforce Christianity on the general public. The ottomans were not as harsh but islam was still the major for in politics. The Janissary class ruled politics in The Ottoman Empire, and were young boys recruited to study Islam and its factors.
Other pieces of Muslim architecture, such as the great Mosque of Djenne, are evidence of the religion’s dominance in Sub-Saharan Africa. Along the Indian Ocean trade routes, we also see Islam as a dominant religion, but there is much more of a variety. Evidence of Islam in Eastern Africa can be found in the language itself. Swahili, the dominant language of the region, is influenced heavily by Arabic. Buddhist traders from India and China spread the religion to some inhabitants of Eastern Africa.
Geometric and vegetative motifs are widespread all the way through the lands where Islam was once or still is a dominant religion with its cultural force. Islamic art is seen appearing in the private palaces and buildings such as the Alhambra in Spain in addition to the detailed metal work of Safavid Iran. Similarly, certain building architecture appears throughout the Muslim world: masjids with their minarets, mausoleums, gardens and religious schools (madrasas) all shares mutuality, though, their forms fluctuate
Instead of giving up their religions in England, Puritans tried to purify the churches inside the country. However, they dejectedly started their journey to the new world later on. From then on, Puritans’ unique culture spread to the New England and they remained one of the dominant cultures until 19th century. Their lives had essential influence on the economic growth, religion culture and education of new colonies and early American culture. By 1629, fearing the punishment by God to the church of English, a group of rich Puritans got together and established Massachusetts Bay Company.
Working hard and worshiping, activities held in high regards by Protestants contributed to what we seen in contemporary society as being the capitalist ethic. Following the reformation, the emergence of a new kind of economy, one focused on hard work and profit emerged. Weber recounts his theories of why this is so and presents them to us within this five chapter book. Religion was a positive catalyst for economic expansion and drove progress within business and worldly activity. European economies prospered following the Reformation and it began a new period of economic dynamism and religious
Dontae Joseph AP U.S. History Grade 11 Europeans had gone to the New World is search of wealth, power, or religious reasons, all had hoped for a better than in Europe. Religion was one of the reasons why the colonies had first developed, it helped create religious freedom and allowed people to continues their religious practice without persecution. However, not all the colonies had centered themselves around religion. In the early American colonies religion had a big impact on the development in the New England, Chesapeake, and Mid-Atlantic Colonies. The New England, Chesapeake, and the Mid-Atlantic Colonies were beginning to find their reason of life whether it be around religion, wealth, or profit each colony had centered around a different