ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE AND CONCLUSION
Based on the study case of Ma Earth Skin Care Company we can know that Megan McDonough has been lying about the product source which are not natural as they claim so. Megan McDonough should be honest in selling Ore Essentials which means that she should tell the truth about the product source to the customers. We as muslim should be honest in everything we do especially in selling things. Allah have stated in Quran verse (83:1-3) “Woe to those who give less [than due]. Who, when they take a measure from people, take in full. But if they give by measure or by weight to them, they cause loss”. Moreover, Heather Franklin she as a Marketing Manager for Ma Earth Skin Earth is responsible to promote the real product towards customer because she had been given trust by the company. Heather should not agree with Megan in lying to the customer about the product because this will make her untrustworthy person towards company. Islam also promote that we should practice trustworthy because who break the trust will be a sinner. There is hadith about the trustworthiness which is 'Abdullah ibn 'Amr narrated that the Prophet (SAW) said, "If anyone has four characteristics, he is a pure hypocrite, and if anyone has one of them, he has an aspect of hypocrisy until he gives it up: whenever he is trusted, he betrays his trust; whenever he speaks, he lies; when he makes an agreement, he breaks it; and when he quarrels, he deviates from the truth by speaking falsely." [al-Bukhari (34) and Muslim (58)]. In Quran in verse (2:283) also tells about trustworthiness “And if you are on a journey and cannot find a scribe, then a security deposit [should be] taken. And if one of you entrusts another, then let him who is entrusted discharge his trust [faithfully] and let him fear Allah, his Lord. And do not conceal testimony, for whoever conceals it - his heart is indeed sinful, and Allah is Knowing of what you do”. Furthermore, Heather also should be...
...1.4 THE ISLAMICPERSPECTIVE OF QUALITY
In order to produce quality goods or services, every task at every level of the
operation has to be performed in a manner that will ensure the achievement of a
particular standard. The whole exercise entails the physical aspect of the whole
process which can be achieved through the right habit that is accompanied by the
proper intention of wanting to be a productivity or quality conscious person.
In inculcating the right habit, a character development is necessary because
character is the state of the soul which initiates all physical actions. A good character
will produce virtuous actions while a bad character will produce vices. Thus
programme for the improvement of the work ethics, corporate culture, and the like,
which obviously has direct relationships with values, attitudes of the employees etc
are important. What is most important is the proper development of the soul which
has direct concern with feelings, passion, attitude, likes and dislikes, dedication,
commitment, love, hate, anger patience, etc.. (Syed Othman, Syed Omar, Nik
Mustapha and Aidit, 1998). This is the reason why religious beliefs play an important
role through their direct influence on the soul to produce the morally upright and
Islamic approach to character building is basically two-fold; the obligatory duties for
every individual muslim and supererogatory acts which are...
...Good people who had a few sins will make it across but not without a few bruises and cuts to make sure, they realize there are consequences to their actions. Sinful people will only make it so far before getting snagged on the bridge and falling into the pit, much to the dismay of all who see. Finally, those unforgiving who weren’t too bad but are not good enough to enter heaven, find themselves in a place called The Heights. While there, they will see hell and fear it, and they will be able to see heaven and long for it. Eventually they make it to Paradise, but with the knowledge, they almost went to hell (Emerick, 75).
Emerick, Yahiya. "Understanding Islam". Penguin Group . Book. 2 May 2012.
Religious Facts. Islamic Beliefs about the Afterlife. http://religionfacts.com/islam/beliefs/afterlife.htm. Web. 2 May 2012....
...Islamicperspective on crime and punishment
Implementation of human right charter in Islamic state:
Islam gives guidance for entire life and it gave a comprehensive global code for respecting human rights 1400 years ago. The last sermon of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) which is the complete charter on human rights, and lasting peace and security is possible by implementing it.
Implementation of human right charter in Pakistan:
Islam is a religion of universal application, as it emphasizes peace, democracy, and moderation and human rights including tolerance of political groups, religious communities and sects which are in minority in a country. The Constitution of 1973 which was unanimously adopted, clearly states that Pakistan is basically a democracy guided by the Islamic principles and values no law would be made contrary to the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah. Notably, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in his sermon at Hajja tul Wida issued directions for protection of life, property and dignity of the whole mankind. The sermon became a charter of democracy which was included in the constitutions of the western elected governments in one way or the other.
While addressing the Constituent Assembly on August, 11 1947, Quaid-i-Azam who wanted Pakistan as a democratic state, said that he did not want Pakistan to be a theocratic state. He wanted Pakistan to be a liberal, secular and progressive state where both...
Dr. Hussien Shehata
Prof. of Accounting
In The Name Of ALLAH The Most Beneficien The Most Merciful
Read : In name of the LORD, who created, Created man from a clot,
Read, and they LORD is Most Bountiful,
Who teaches by the pen,
Teaches man that which he knew he knew not”
IN THE NAME OF ALLAH, THE MOST GRACIOUS THE MOST MERCIFUL
WRITING FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE HOLY QURAN
(Accounting Thought in Quran)
“O, you who believe, when you deal with each other, in transactions involving future obligation in a fixed period of time, record them to writing.
Let a scriber (a book keeper) writes down faithfully as between the parties. The scriber does not refuse to write as god has taught him. So let him write. Let him who incurs the liability dictate. But, let him fear his lord, and not diminish any thing of what he owes.
If the party liable is mentally deficient, or weak, or unable to dictate, let his guardian dictate faithfully.
And let two witnesses out of your own men, and if there are not two men, then a man and two women such as you choose for witnesses, so that, if one of them errs, the errs, the other can remind her. The witness should not refuse when...
SUMMARY ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ISLAMICPERSPECTIVES.
PREPARED BY : MUHAMMAD ZULHILMI BIN MOHD HULAIMI (62289113573)
: AHMAD LUTFI BIN HARON ( 62289113591)
: NIK MUHAMAD AMIN BIN NIK ARIF (62289113526)
PREPARED FOR: SIR AHMAD MONIR BIN ABDULLAH
Sustainable development may be defined, from an Islamicperspective, as a multi-dimensional process that seeks to strike a balance between economic and social development on one side, and the environment on the other. It seeks for humans to use resources in the best possible way, accounting for the environment upon which those resources rely. From an Islamic point of view, human beings are God Almighty’s representatives on the planet Earth, and they are entitled to benefit from its resources without selfishly monopolizing them. Human beings must seek to develop this planet in accordance with the provisions of the Holy Quran and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad “Sunnah”, with the stipulation that current needs must be met without jeopardizing the rights of future generations. Development is reported in Qur’an under the expression ‘’Architecture and Construction’’, God says: “It is He Who hath produced you from the earth and settled you therein” (Surah HUD, verse 61) in this verse indicates the necessity of building land. And also our Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said: “if the Final Day comes upon you while you...
...data services to deliver a total communication package.
2. Offer a Unique spend tracker to pay bills analyze trends etc.
1. Prompt Decisions
2. Unity of Command
1. Autocratic Control
Marketing strategy used by the company:
1. Geographical segment
2. Demographic segment
3. People age group 20 to 28
4. Poor or middle income group people
6. Creating Brands
7. Adds and promotions
8. Low price strategy
9. Varieties available for different age groups
10. Various schemes for pre-paid and post paid customers
Conclusion and Recommendation:...
Angiosperms (flowering plant) include in phylum Anthophyta.Angiosperms are plant that have flowers and fruit. Their part of the flower is a carpel which surrounds and protects the ovules and seeds. The fruit surrounds the embryo and aids seed dispersal. The great majority of angiosperms are classified either as monocots or eudicots.Monocot embryos have a single seed leaf (cotyledon), and pollen grains with a single groove while eudicots (true dicots) have two cotyledons, and pollen grains with three groove. Monocotyledons have leaf lamina with parallel vein. Their sepal, petal arranged in a series of 3s with adventitious root system only. Their vascular bundles scattered in cortex or irregular arrangement and they have no secondary development (non-woody and no annual rings).Whereas, dicotyledons have leaf lamina with netted vein. Their sepal, petal arranged in a series of 2, 4 or 5 with primary and adventitious root system. They have secondary growth in stem and vascular bundles extended via cambial activity (formation of ‘annual ring’ in cross section)
Based on the experiment diversity of angiosperms, the fixed slides is observed under light microscope, fresh specimens under direct observations, stereomicroscope and living specimens under direct observation with zero magnification. We will explore several fixed and fresh specimens of some selected angiosperms. Fixed slides under light microscope contributed by Helianthus sp,...
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To obtain a challenging position in any areas of Business Education and business organization that will provide both future opportunities for growth, development and to use my skills and experience that I have acquired my education in Masters of Business Administration and to dedicate my whole effort to achieve the organizational goal.
MBA in ‘Accounting and Information Systems’
Session : 2008-2009
CGPA : 3.88 (out of 4.00)
Letter Grade : “A”.
Position in Merit list : 1st
Passing Year : 2010
Islamic University, Kushtia-7003, Bangladesh
B.B.A (Hon’s) in Accounting:
Session : 2004-2005
CGPA : 3.60 (Out of 4)
Position in Merit list : 2nd
Letter Grade : “B+”.
Passing Year : 2008
Islamic University, Kushtia, Bangladesh
Higher Secondary Certificate (H.S.C):
Group : Business Studies
Passing Year : 2004
Grade : “A”.
GPA obtained : 4.80 (Out of 5)
Cantonment Collage, Jessore, Jessore Board.
Secondary School Certificate (S.S.C):
Group : Science
Passing Year : 2002
Grade : “A”.
GPA obtained : 4.38 (Out of 5 without 4th subject)
Basantopur High School, Jessore Board
1. Working as Lecturer in Northern University Bangladesh for 1 year and 2 months.
2. Worked as Lecturer in Asian University of Bangladesh (uttara head branch) for 6 month.