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Document Type(s):Book Chapter
Book Title:Population, Consumption, and the Environment: Religious and Secular Responses
Article/Chapter Title:Islam and the Environment: A Legalistic and Textual View
Editor(s):Coward, Harold; Maguire, Daniel C.
Author(s):Ammar, Nawal H.
Religion(s):Islam
Publisher Name:State University of New York Press
Place of Publication:Albany, N.Y.
Date of Publication:1995
Pages:67
Annotation:With no intention to present the Islamic view, Ammar introduces an Islamic ethical paradigm supported by the Qur’an, Hadiths, Sunnah, and Sharia’h. She explains that the meaning of “ethics” can be understood in Islamic terms as hay’a, the state of respect and/or practice of good deeds. Ammar provides clear ethical guidelines regarding natural resources (conservation, sharing, treating with kindness), and protected and preserved land designations. She concludes with the suggestion that any discussion on the environmental crisis should remain sensitive to cultural issues.
   
 
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