Islam Essay Topics

Politics In Middle East

Promotions of women’s rights and empowering women have been central components in the search for democracy in the Arab world. The participation of Arab women in the political and economic arena remains among the lowest in the world. This is evident from the low percentage of women in parliament, cabinet and the workforce. Many times… View Article

Values in Sufi Islam

Sufism stands for spiritual purity, having firm belief in one God Allah, strive to improve one’s own self and own image, similar treatment to all other humans, protecting one’s own rights and giving same rights to others and treating all other creations of God kindly. A Sufi’s sole love is Allah. His whole life and… View Article

Privacy And Islam

Islam is a religion that teaches respect, that recognizes the importance of individual rights and that preaches the honoring of freedom and equality. In the article the author attempts to examine the importance and sacredness of privacy in Islam. He also tries to locate the extent to which the right to privacy has been regulated… View Article

Universal Human Values in Islam

Human values have long been considered a definition of how individuals live life. These are considered to be foundations for good living, and should therefore be respected and protected. In Islam, the basic human values consist of life or al nafs, reason or al aql, descent or al nasab, property or al mal, and religion… View Article

Unity of Muslim

Muslim world, with almost a billon and a half population, and so many features of climate and geography, and natural and human resources, can establish a great and united society.  The pocket of Western colonialism is continuously getting filled from this region for over two hundred years; whether in the colonial era, the neo-colonial era,… View Article

How Does the Individual Influence World Events

“How does the individual influence world events?” Muhammad is the prophet of the Islam. Islam means submission to the will of Allah. Allah is the one and only Islamic God. He taught the Middle Eastern people that Allah was the only God and that all other gods must be abandoned. Muhammad was and still is… View Article

Gender Equality and Islam

Islam believes that a woman is not merely subject to man rather she has her own separate and complete entity in all respects. She has an equal right to that of a man to nourish her religions faculties, serve her faith, acquire education, get a job, do business, own something and benefit herself from it… View Article

Reflective statement for Women At Point Zero

To what extent does the student show how his or her understanding of cultural and contextual elements was developed through the interactive oral ? I think time and place are one of the most important settings in the novel since as we know Cairo have a huge amount of unemployment as women at that time… View Article

Islam Worksheet

When studying Islam, it is important to understand the essential elements of the faith, how they are practiced, and the distinctions among the three branches: Shiite Islam, Sunni Islam, and Sufism. Write a 1- to 2-paragraph response for each of the following directives and note where there are differences among the three branches of Islam…. View Article

Islamic Pottery

Medieval Islamic pottery occupied a geographical position between Chinese ceramics and the pottery of the Byzantine Empire and Europe. For most of the period it can fairly be said to have been between the two in terms of aesthetic achievement and influence as well, borrowing from China and exporting to and influencing Byzantium and Europe…. View Article

The Formation of the Umma

Muhammad and his followers fled from Mecca to Medina in 622. In Medina, Muhammad’s Meccan followers and converts from Medina formed a single community of believers, the umma. During the last decade of Muhammad’s life, the umma in Medina developed into the core of the Islamic state that would later expand to include all of… View Article

Spread of Islam

The spread of Island in modern times has caused the rise of a number of countries adopting Islam as an alternative ideology from to other ideologies. This phenomenon may be observed to have occurred after World War I, when the bits and pieces of the empire were distributed as European protectorates or spheres of influence…. View Article

You Can’t Go Home Again

The text “You can’t go again” is an article from the newspaper Time, 24th December the 2001. The article is written by Tariq Ramadan. The general topic is the discussion about Muslims and integration in Europe. In the article Ramdan concludes that many Muslims are doing well in Europe, but great deals of them have… View Article

Zeitoun Case

Dignity Eggers emphasizes that the chief cost of disaster–be it natural or man-made–is the way it robs individuals of their dignity. Both victims and those who abused their power lose a sense of humanity. After Hurricane Katrina, Zeitoun observes that although the old woman he rescues will survive the storm, she has lost her dignity…. View Article


1. The word “Islam” is derived form the Arabic root “asalama” which literally means peace, purity and submission. Thus Islam means “surrender to the Almighty” and Muslim means “one who is in a state of submission”. It is understood that this submission is to the Will of God, as is laid down in the Quran…. View Article

5 Important School and Statutory Framework

Thousands of Muslims were becoming followers of Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji. Khawaja Raushan was a very respected Muslim Faqir with thousands of people visiting him to pay him respect and get boons. However Khawaja Raushan’s own mind was restless, he was in search of a true Guru. Once a friend told him about Guru Ji,… View Article

Islam Definition

For the past few months I have been overseas working in the wonderful country of India. I’ve observed many different things; many unusual things about this country. India has a wide variety of cultures and religions. The holiday I have learned about is called Hajj. Hajj means ‘to set out for a place’. Hajj is… View Article

How was Islam founded?

Islam was founded in the 17th century when the angel Gabriel revealed to the prophet Muhammad the revelations of God. What is the difference between a Shi’ite Muslim and a Sunni Muslim? The Sunni believes that the legitimate leaders to be recognized by the Muslims are Mohammad’s successors – the four caliphs. On the other… View Article

Concept of Maqasid Al-Syariah

1. In directly meaning Maqasid Al-Syariah can be define as the objectives of Islamic law. However, in linguistic meaning Maqasid is define as follow, a goal or as an inspiration meanwhile Al-Syariah is define as the law that God reveal to Muhammad involving all aspects of life such as family institution, in finance or it… View Article

The Diversity Board Assignment

1. 2-3 pages typed, double-spaced, using 12 pt. Times New Roman font. 2. 2-3 sources required using APA format—Magazines, Books, Newspaper Articles, Internet Articles, etc. a. Resources for using APA format and for evaluating internet sources: i. Pg. 237 of Guidebook: Sample Bibliographic Citations in APA format ii. Purdue OWL: APA formatting guide: iii…. View Article

Impact of Religion on Contemporary Politics

Amongst countless issues of the decade, an appealing dispute, that is persistent, is the significant impact of religion on contemporary politics and its perpetual distinction between the positive and negative influences that is associated with the effect. Religion has consistently been a resilient drive of change, development and settlement. Religion has been the core of… View Article

Development of Modern Middle East

The purpose of this paper is to give a synopsis of the life history and work of Muhammad, son of Abdullah, the prophet of Islam. It will also seek to address the persecutions he underwent at the hands of his own clan. Muhammad was and remains one of the most influential people the world has… View Article

Muslim Women

The more and more I study about Muslim Women and the obstacles they face, I become angered. In writing this paper, I’ve found that there is no substantial evidence in any Muslim or Islamic writings that states that women should be treated as slaves or insubordinates. Women are to be respected, protected, and loved; no… View Article

Politics in Nigeria

Is there any lesson to be learnt in the war on terror where the proponents vowed never to dialogue or negotiate with terrorists, only to now realize, after the demise of thousands and loss of billions of dollars, that dialogue is the only option left for a lasting peace in Iraq and Afghanistan? Do we… View Article

The Cultural Economic and Political Impact of Islam on West Africa

Between 1000 and 1750 C. E. Islam entered West Africa and increased its trade, many Islamic states rose and fell, but many aspects of African religion and gender roles remained unchanged. Between 1000 and 1700, Islam caused West Africa to experience an increase in trade and economic activity, the rise and fall of several Islamic… View Article

Islam Is the Way of Life

Thank yuo Mrs. Chairman. Well, good morning everyone. I would like to utter my very first salam to the honourable judges, respected teachers and fellow friends. My name is Noor Husna Bt. Ahmad Toha and I’m from the red team. The reason why am I standing here today is to give a speech entitled “Islam… View Article

Islamic Economic System

Islamic Economic System implies a mood of satisfying the economics needs of the members of organized society in accordance with is injection of Quran and Sunnah. It’s derived from the teachings of the Holy Qur’an and explained in his Ahadith by the Holy Prophet (SWT). This system continued in this original form till the death… View Article

Why Muslims do not take Bin Laden as a hero?

Osama Bin Laden is dead. The U.S. government has been on his trail for almost 13 years and after America offered $25 million on his head—dead or alive he simply became the target of the largest manhunt ever taken in the history of mankind. But not everyone celebrated Bin Laden’s death. Not everyone saw him… View Article

Christianity and Islam

A few months ago, when a Vatican official announced that Catholicism was surpassed by Islam as the world’s largest faith, many news agencies around the world carried what seemed to have been a largely unnoticed issue for this present generation – religion. At least for some time, renewed debates about whether or not one should… View Article