ISLAM, THE RELIGION OF PEACE AND UNITY
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Keywords

Religion
Peace
Tranquility
Unity

How to Cite

Abba Buba. (2017). ISLAM, THE RELIGION OF PEACE AND UNITY . Al-Mahram International Journal, 9(1), 37 - 56. Retrieved from http://journals.unimaid.edu.ng/index.php/almahram/article/view/76

Abstract

Peaceful co-existence among people of different faiths is a thing that is admitted to be the yardstick of unity, hence encouraged by Islam. As ambassador of peace and unity, Islam spells out to its adherents how they could associate themselves with the non-Muslims in order to ensure peace, unity, stability and progress. It is in this content that this paper sought to discuss with prove from Qur’an, which encourages peace, tolerance and unity. The paper goes further to give highlight of numerous examples, in the content of the noble Qur’an and scholars view of religion, peace and unity.

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