Fard Essays

  • Farewell To Allah Essay

    760 Words  | 4 Pages

    The first thing that would come to mind would be completing the Fard (obligatory duties) Allah Almighty has assigned, adequately. After testimony of Faith, offering Salah five times a day, paying poor their share from our wealth i.e., Zakat, Fasting and Hajj (if having means) are the most basic duties enjoined upon a Muslim to gain proximity to Allah; without completing Fard, it is not possible to get even slightly closer to Allah Rub ul Alameen. Zikr and Nawafil prayers

  • Information And Communication Technology In Education Essay

    850 Words  | 4 Pages

    what constitutes reality (Gray, 2014:19). Effingham (2013:17) states that ontology is “the study of what things exist”. Furthermore, ontology assumes that reality exists independently from the knowing subject and reality is deterministic in nature (Fard, 2012:61). Blaikie (2000: 8) posits that ontology is all about the world that we live in; its social nature, its reality and what we believe about the constituents of this reality. Objectivism and constructivism are popular ontological position towards

  • Malcolm X And Civil Rights

    822 Words  | 4 Pages

    By definition, civil rights are the rights of citizens to political and social equality. To simplify that, civil rights are rights that every person should have, no matter what race, color, ethnicity, etc. Some people believed so strongly that everyone should have civil rights, they were willing to risk their own lives for it. People such as Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks, Ruby Bridges, Elizabeth Eckford, Ernest Green, Hazel Massery, and many others. One of the many civil rights activists was

  • Discrimination During The Harlem Renaissance

    1223 Words  | 5 Pages

    The 20th century can be fairly considered as the most important period in the history of African American people because it is just the time when racism discrimination was overcome. For many years before the beginning of the struggle for rights of African-American people, there was a legal system based on white supremacy. African Americans didn't have a real opportunity to vote. Segregation was spread everywhere: black people were not allowed to take seats in public transport which belonged to whites

  • Martin Luther King Jr And Malcolm X Comparison

    1338 Words  | 6 Pages

    Desiree Vallejo Dr. Bruce O. Solheim History: CRN 25068 3 February 2018 Comparison – Contrast Biography For my comparison essay I choose Martin Luther King, Jr and Malcolm X . Both were great American heroes for the black community; in fact, they were excellent civil right leaders for the U.S population. However, to this day they are still remembered for all of their achievements. Martin Luther King, Jr and Malcolm X had so many followers because they fought for equality for all in the United

  • Weddell Seal Heat Loss Lab Report

    1211 Words  | 5 Pages

    Title Heat loss in air of an Antarctic marine mammal, the Weddell seal Jo-Ann Mellish, Allyson Hindle, John Skinner, Markus Horning Purpose The purpose of this study is to be able to determine the varying temperatures in the seal’s body surface. The seals range from their body mass as well as their environmental conditions. The variance of surface temperature from the body regions is also a main objective. Methods 35 Weddell seals ranging from different life

  • Malcolm X: Who Is El-Haj Malik El-Shabazz?

    1232 Words  | 5 Pages

    Who is El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz? No one knows him, but at the same time everyone does. El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz is Malcolm X and although people may know what he has generally done throughout his lifetime and the impact he made, most don’t even know one the biggest factors of Malcolm X’s political fame. Malcolm X’s relation with Islam was one of the biggest factors in regards of his political stances and views. I will refer to Malcolm X as El-Shabazz in this essay to perpetuate the reality of Malcolm