Introduction: Al- Mawardi is a Muslim philosopher, therefore he presents his theory of Caliphate within the limits of Shariah. According to Al- Mawardi, caliphate is the ultimate basis of rules and regulations of any community, which make us follow the straight path and strengthen political bonds. He says that Almighty Allah has given the control of His creatures to an Imam so that the administration of the world might be properly carried on. The prime objective of an Imam is to ensure that all people of the community avoid injustice and the breaking of social ties. Concept of Caliph or Imam: Al-Mawardi says that Imam is the divine head of Muslims.
In the essays, Carnal Acts, Nancy Mairs, a young writer who deals with MS disease and mental illnesses speaks out about the difficulties of dealing with MS and how her voice as a writer helped her cope with the difficulties of MS. Mairs tells us she sees a very close connection between life and writing, “For me, thinking about literature and thinking about life aren’t separate, or even separable, acts (4)”. The theme of love who you are is distinctly depicted by Mairs in her essays. This theme is very common throughout the book, especially in the essay titled “Carnal Acts” where she clearly states society 's standards for women are too high. Mairs never considered herself beautiful because she never fit the perfect image of a beautiful woman,
Smith’s life in the slums and her experiences during the Great Depression greatly influenced her writing. Most of her novels depict families struggling to survive on a low income. Another idea Smith explores in her novels is what part women should take in the world. In Smith’s lifetime, women were granted the right to vote and other significant rights that many did not agree on. In her books she created strong female leads that defy the bubble women were placed in at the time.
It is not uncommon for city families to seek out a young Kuna girl to train her as a servant in their home in exchange for food, shelter, and a modicum of education. This is the story of Rosita. It is the story of a culture that values rigid, strict upbringing and extols education. ROSITA (working title) The Secret? The pain became more intense, moving up the back and reaching the belly, then extending all over the body, twisting the tendons and bones.
The writer Diaspora Sara Suleri, originally from Pakistan, has depicted her memories of home in her memoir Meatless Days. Her voracious readings and her academic backgrounds all set in to her choosing the profession of a Professor and the intellectual journalist father Zia Ahmed Suleri and Welsh mother Mair Jones who is a teacher has also created an impact in the life of Sara. Her strong vocabulary and her flair for description have made the memoir rich. The highlight of the novel is the concept of Diaspora within Diaspora i.e. through the Diasporic memories, Sara Suleri voices the Diasporic experiences of her mother.
In Islamic political system, government and the society have to do the will and order of Allah. The distribution of political power is based on the Wasatiyyah concept. Islamic democracy is sub-servient to the Divine Law and exercises its power in accordance with the commandments of Allah and within the limits prescribed by Allah so that every people can accept the action taken by government. For example, our Prime Minister, MohdNajib bin Tun Abdul Razak has injected concept of Wasatiyyah into 1Malaysia Concept. In ruling the country, the government must aware and follow the habluminallah relationship such as concern with the moderation, middle and balance styles which emphasized by Allah otherwise country will face disaster.
Hariharan urged that the many disruption of civil society had created opportunities as well as hazards, which simultaneously enabled and constrained Indian woman. Even at lower levels of privilege some sense of personal rights percolated into their consciousness so that the stereotype Indian woman as a submissive, mindless object of pity found no concrete example. These stereotypes existed only for many distanced onlookers and underlined the politics of representation. The present article depicted how far Hariharan had succeeded in picturizing the concepts womanhood and in describing the relevance of this concepts in the modern Indian society. Gita Hariharan’s novel The Thousand Faces of Night delineates Indian women’s lives – where most dreams were ruined and the only constant was
Islam also gives the human concept of the problems associated with worldly affairs, such as, how to organize the economic system, law enforcement, political concepts. The Muslims constitute a religious community (ummah) under the sovereignty of Allah. This ummah are supposed to be the “best community” by virtue of their exemplary ethical conduct and their ability to establish a just and prosperous civilization which harmonizes and integrates material well-being with moral-spiritual values. True believers are expected to have strong sense of identification and belonging to the universal Muslim ummah which transcends geographical and cultural barriers. The consequence of this is that political implications in all Muslims life including in dawlah (state).
It has always been a favorite canvas to explore the gender and social discrimination against women in the society. Almost all fictionists have portrayed a woman as submissive to the patriarchy. They described her as oppressive under the reinforcement of age-old tradition and customs. It seems that the projection of female sensibilities became the trend of the writing. Indian women novelists in English literature explored the pathetic plight of a woman forced to suffer from birth to death in a male dominated social
"I 'm Malala Yousafzai" is the best book composed by Malala Yousafzai which portrays about her youth life. The occurrence and issue she confronted being a young lady and living in Pakistan. The book is rousing and moving book for the young ladies who ought to went to bat for their rights. Malala Yousafzai is an author of the book. She is a Pakistani dissident for female training and the most youthful Nobel Prize laureate.