A general introduction to Islam’s attitude toward the universe, natural resources, and the relation between man and nature.
The religious and social roles of every creature in the universe creates a balance and equilibrium which demand their preservation.
The role of water in the environment and the Islamic injunction for conservation of this vital element fundamental to the preservation and continuation of life.
The Islamic view of the role of air, land, and soil in the environment and how conservation of these vital elements is fundamental to the preservation and continuation of life.
The Islamic view of the role of plants and animals in the environment and conservation of this vital element is fundamental to the preservation and continuation of life (part 1).
The Islamic view of the role of plants and animals in the environment and conservation of this vital element is fundamental to the preservation and continuation of life (part 2).
Islam is not only vigorous in its protection of the basic elements of the environment for the benefit of present and future generations, it is equally committed to the protection of human beings and the environment from the harmful impact of external factors such as chemical products and wastes.
Before one can truly appreciate the relationship between man and his environment, one must first appreciate the relationship between man and God. The essence of creation and the primordial religion of man.
Man, bearing the burden of moral responsibility, is responsible for utilizing the earth’s resources with due consideration - resources which God has subjected to his every need.
The ethical treatment of animals in Islam; from the Quran and authentic narrations of the Prophet Muhammad.
The believing Muslim as a champion of ecology and environmental consciousness.
Clean water is a precious resource.
Islam does not encourage cruelty to pigs and dogs.
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