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JCR. 2020; 7(16): 1133-1140


A CONTEMPORARY TECHNICAL VISION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF ISLAMIC SYSTEMS

Mohamed Hamed Mohamed Said, Rabie Ibrahim Mohamed Hassan, Shaaban Abdel Hameed Refae Mohamed, Shehata Hafez Mohamed El Sheikh,Sabah Ayesh Aljohani, Yousef A.Baker El-Ebiary.

Abstract
Mankind has managed to develop the resources available to it to harness it in its service and
achieve comfort and luxury, as technology has entered into all aspects of human life; It became a general and
important phenomenon present in the home, the street, and work, and this technology has facilitated the life of
man and enabled him to do his work better, faster, and more accurate. The Noble Qur’an is a valid and
comprehensive book for all aspects of life, as it is the book that God Almighty pleases for all mankind. Never,
ever, and this book has included everything that humanity needs - even those who are not believers in it - what
will benefit them in this world and the hereafter if they understand, read and contemplate what is in it with a
successful mind far from fanaticism and passion, and the Qur’an has included many systems that are compatible
with the nature He built the human being that he desperately needs, as the legislator has the best knowledge of
what is compatible with the nature of this person. So what God Almighty has legislated, i.e. legislation that is
harmful to the people of man ever, so everything that comes from God is good for man if he adheres to it as it
came from God Almighty, and this research aims to prove the importance of Islamic systems in contemporary
reality using modern technologies, there is neither life nor The survival of any society, whoever was without
experiencing the characteristics of the systems, as it is from the Lord of all human beings, as well as proving that
Islam, with its laws that guarantee a decent life for all Muslims and non-Muslims living on its land, did not find
that non-Muslims find their comfort and the practice of their rites except in light of religion Islam, and history is
the greatest evidence of that, then clarifying and clarifying what distinguished the Islamic systems from
positivist systems by being clear-cut, objective and method that is consistent with the innate nature of man. This
research has limitations: it revolves with only two characteristics of Islamic systems, which are - in my view - of
the utmost importance in our lives, due to the intellectual cracks, acidic ideas, and people whose purpose of life
is the dependency of demolition rather than a building tool, and that Under the pretext that the Islamic systems
are not valid for our time and time in which we now live. The research also aims to establish who distinguished
Islamic systems from positional technical systems in terms of their suitability for every time and place, their
compatibility with the nature of man, whether Muslim or non-Muslim, and to clarify the extent of human need to
it and not others.

Key words: Information technology Characteristics, Technical Vision, Contemporary vision, Islamic Systems, Divine, Shura.


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