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The Plan Reality Vision Challenges
The Plan Reality Vision Challenges
The Plan
Reality
Vision
Challenges
Ideas for Today and Tomorrow
Ideas for Today and
Tomorrow

نادﯾوﺳﻟا قرﺎط .د

Dr Tareq Al-Suwaidan

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Introductory Remarks

Together with many close Muslim brothers and sisters, we all started with the Islamic work and the Islamic movement during our youth and student days. For me it has been more than forty years. Previously I and those from my generation had the comfort of knowing that we have our elder brothers and scholars to seek for guidance and advise. A few years back we realized that we are now the elders from whom the younger generation are seeking for guidance and advise.

the younger generation are seeking for guidance and advise.  Based on the many years of

Based on the many years of work that we have done in our professional lives providing training and consulting in the field of management and leadership development, particularly strategy

management, we find that there is a great need to apply the tools of

strategy management to this most important work and struggle of rebuilding the Islamic civilization.

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Introductory Remarks

We are all aware that the Islamic civilization started from the time of

the Hijrah of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and the first generation of

Hijrah of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and the first generation of Muslims in the year 632. Since

Muslims in the year 632. Since then it has grown in strength and provided leadership to the world despite some periods of minor

decadence during which the Muslim ummah still showed political and

civilization leadership.

Today, we are far from that position of leadership in almost all

aspects of civilization; governance, justice and fairness, education,

health, wealth creation, individual freedom, and social manners.

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Introductory Remarks

It is obvious that we need to change and regain our position of being

an exemplary civilization as alluded to in Surah Al-Baqarah verse

civilization as alluded to in Surah Al-Baqarah verse 143 (And thus have We made you a

143 (And thus have We made you a group in the middle, so that you be an ultimate witness [of God's guidance] on [other]

people and the Messenger be an ultimate witness [of God's

guidance] on you).

But how do we describe this change effort? This is what I’m

proposing in a methodological way while limiting the scope to the

strategic areas of change.



Introductory Remarks

We begin with the basics of strategy management and introduce a

simple model for change. We then describe in some detail the

components of this model.

This PowerPoint presentation summarizes the ideas of this change

PowerPoint presentation summarizes the ideas of this change model. I’ve developed these ideas over a period

model. I’ve developed these ideas over a period of five years but

really focused on the details during the last two years. I plan to publish a book in Arabic on this topic.

I must congratulate the brothers who helped put together these slides in English. The topic and its ideas are very important and has to be made available to a wider range of readership for comments and suggestions to improve. May Allah bless and reward our good deeds.

Defining Change  The process of transitioning from today’s reality to the desired future vision

Defining Change

The process of transitioning from today’s reality to the desired future vision (Al-

Suwaidan)

Defining Change  The process of transitioning from today’s reality to the desired future vision (Al-
Defining Civilization  Ideological methodology of a nation during an era and it takes shape

Defining Civilization

Ideological methodology of a nation during an era and it takes shape

in the form of material and moral output. (Al-Suwaidan)

methodology of a nation during an era and it takes shape in the form of material
Generic Change Model How do we reach our vision ? The Plan Vision Where are

Generic Change Model

How do we reach

our vision ?

The
The
Generic Change Model How do we reach our vision ? The Plan Vision Where are we
Plan Vision
Plan
Vision
Change Model How do we reach our vision ? The Plan Vision Where are we heading

Where are we heading ?

Challenges
Challenges

What prevents us from

realizing our objectives?

Reality
Reality

Where are we

today ?

Generic Change Model The Plan Vision Challenges Reality 1. Major crisis factors 2. Fundamental capabilities

Generic Change Model

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The

Plan Vision
Plan
Vision
Challenges
Challenges
Reality
Reality

1. Major crisis factors

2. Fundamental capabilities

Generic Change Model The Plan Vision 1. Describing our civilization 2. Competitive Objectives Challenges Reality

Generic Change Model

Generic Change Model The Plan Vision 1. Describing our civilization 2. Competitive Objectives Challenges Reality 12

The

Plan Vision
Plan
Vision
Generic Change Model The Plan Vision 1. Describing our civilization 2. Competitive Objectives Challenges Reality 12

1. Describing our civilization

2. Competitive Objectives

Challenges
Challenges
Reality
Reality
Generic Change Model The Plan Vision Challenges 1. Defining the challenges 2. Overcoming the challenges

Generic Change Model

Generic Change Model The Plan Vision Challenges 1. Defining the challenges 2. Overcoming the challenges Reality

The

Plan Vision
Plan
Vision
Challenges 1. Defining the challenges 2. Overcoming the
Challenges
1.
Defining the challenges
2.
Overcoming the

challenges

Reality
Reality
Generic Change Model 1. Phases and timelines 2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects The Plan Vision Challenges

Generic Change Model

1. Phases and timelines

2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects

Generic Change Model 1. Phases and timelines 2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects The Plan Vision Challenges Reality

The

Plan Vision
Plan
Vision
Challenges
Challenges
Reality
Reality
Generic Change Model 1. Phases and timelines 2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects The Plan Vision 1.

Generic Change Model

1. Phases and timelines

2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects

The

Plan Vision
Plan
Vision
2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects The Plan Vision 1. Describing our civilization 2. Competitive Objectives

1. Describing our civilization

2. Competitive Objectives

Challenges 1. Defining the challenges 2. Overcoming the
Challenges
1.
Defining the challenges
2.
Overcoming the

challenges

Reality
Reality

1. Major crisis factors

2. Fundamental capabilities

The Reality  What is our situation today ?  We face some major crisis

The Reality

What is our situation today ? We face some major crisis factors.

situation today ?  We face some major crisis factors. 1. Behavior and ethics 2. Backwardness

1.

Behavior and ethics

2.

Backwardness

3.

Effectiveness

4.

Leadership

5.

Thought/Ideology and Identity

Major Crisis Factors 1. Behavior and ethics  Behavior and ethics are defined as sayings

Major Crisis Factors

1. Behavior and ethics

Behavior and ethics are defined as sayings and actions and its

conformity with values (Al-Suwaidan)

and ethics  Behavior and ethics are defined as sayings and actions and its conformity with
 

Major Crisis Factors

1. Behavior and ethics

Faith and Rituals

Orderliness/Discipline and Cleanliness

Faith and Rituals Orderliness/Discipline and Cleanliness  Respecting time  Social etiquettes  Decorum and

Respecting time

Social etiquettes

Decorum and Grace

 −

Major Crisis Factors

1. Behavior and ethics

Faith and Rituals

Purity of creed (ةدﯾﻘﻌﻟا) and avoiding the bid'ah

of creed ( ةدﯾﻘﻌﻟا ) and avoiding the bid'ah − Mastering the obligations and avoidance of

Mastering the obligations and avoidance of the major sins

Concern for the nawafil (superarogatory) deeds and keeping away from the minor sins

No feeling of being restrained due to the vastness of permissible things

Preference for the priorities

There are many examples of strange beliefs and practices among Muslims with no basis from Al-Quran and As-Sunnah. A significant percentage of Muslims neglect the obligations and commit major sins. There is a decline in the importance of these nawafil deeds and many Muslims are no longer sensitive toward the minor sins. We significantly lack a sense of priorities even in the way we practice our faith and rituals.

 −

Major Crisis Factors

1. Behavior and ethics

Orderliness/Discipline and Cleanliness

Appearance

and ethics Orderliness/Discipline and Cleanliness Appearance − Places of worship (Mosques and Hajj) − Traffic −

Places of worship (Mosques and Hajj)

Traffic

Official authorities

One can clearly observe the lack of orderliness and cleanliness in the areas mentioned

above.

 −

Major Crisis Factors

1. Behavior and ethics

Respecting time

Individual appointments

Behavior and ethics Respecting time Individual appointments − Family appointments − Official work − Projects

Family appointments

Official work

Projects

Activities

In general, we do not respect time and are rarely punctual. It is a negative attitude that begins

with the individual and permeates throughout our societies.

 −

Major Crisis Factors

1. Behavior and ethics

Social etiquettes

Honoring one's parents

and ethics Social etiquettes Honoring one's parents − Complexity in marriage and engagement − Matters

Complexity in marriage and engagement

Matters related to divorce

Development of children upbringing

Deviations and its treatment (sex, alcohol,

drugs)

 −

Major Crisis Factors

1. Behavior and ethics

Decorum and grace

Decorum with people

1. Behavior and ethics Decorum and grace Decorum with people − Buildings and architecture − Appreciation

Buildings and architecture

Appreciation of the arts

Beauty in the appearance

In general, there is a lack of decorum and grace in the way we deal with people in terms of politeness, courtesy, civic mindedness and basic manners. Its painfully obvious that many of the physical artifacts of our history are considered objects of beauty even by the West but we are far behind in modern architecture, arts and culture.

Major Crisis Factors 2 . Backwardness  Backwardness defined – The level of decline in

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Backwardness defined The level of

decline in competitiveness in comparison

to others (Al-Suwaidan)

 Backwardness defined – The level of decline in competitiveness in comparison to others (Al-Suwaidan) 24
Major Crisis Factors 2 . Backwardness  Knowledge  Education  Quality  Management methods

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Knowledge Education Quality Management methods Media Communications infrastructure Military strength

 Communications infrastructure  Military strength • Examples of critical areas in which we are quite

Examples of critical areas in which we are quite far behind compared to the more developed

countries. Even some of our richer countries like Qatar, Brunei and Saudi Arabia are relatively far behind in these areas compared to countries with a similar GDP per population ratio.

Major Crisis Factors 2 . Backwardness  Knowledge − Percentage spending on academic research −

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Knowledge

Percentage spending on academic research

Number

Number of Nobel Laureates

Number

Encouraging inventors

of patents and inventions

and Level of research centers

of Nobel Laureates − Number − Encouraging inventors of patents and inventions and Level of research
−

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Education

Ranking among nations

2 . Backwardness  Education Ranking among nations − Level of the curriculum − Level of

Level of the curriculum

Level of the educators/teachers

Care for the gifted/talented

Spending on education

Quality of primary education

Major Crisis Factors 2 . Backwardness  Quality − Extent of the understanding of quality

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Quality

Extent of the understanding of quality

Number

Number of sectors that grant quality certificates

Quality

Quality in the services (education, health,

training) Systems for continuous improvement

of quality certifications

Systems for continuous improvement of quality certifications control systems • Its obvious that our countries are

control systems

Its obvious that our countries are not equated with quality. One thinks of Japan, South Korea and Germany.

−

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Management methods

Increase efficiency (Reduce the effort,

time and cost)

Increase efficiency (Reduce the effort, time and cost) − Methods of decision-making − Management of meetings

Methods of decision-making

Management of meetings

Management of the working group

Administrative structures

We are definitely not there in pioneering modern management practices. We are still far

behind in adopting good management and governance practices.

Major Crisis Factors 2 . Backwardness  Media − Achieving the functions of the media

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Media

Achieving the functions of the media

 Media − Achieving the functions of the media (entertainment, guidance, education, enlightenment,

(entertainment, guidance, education, enlightenment,

reporting, incitement, mobilization)

Changing the human (thought, interests, skills,

relationships, role models)

In general, our media is too biased toward entertainment and being a propaganda machine.

Major Crisis Factors 2 . Backwardness  Communications infrastructure − Fixed and mobiles phones −

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Communications infrastructure

Fixed and mobiles phones

Internet

Major Crisis Factors 2 . Backwardness  Communications infrastructure − Fixed and mobiles phones − Internet
Major Crisis Factors 2 . Backwardness  Military strength − Army census − Number of

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness

Military strength

Army census

Number of nuclear warheads

strength − Army census − Number of nuclear warheads • We may be able to provide

We may be able to provide numbers for our armies but we import a large percentage of our

weapons. When it comes to advanced weapons we rely almost exclusively on Western countries. Although Iran and Pakistan purportedly have some nuclear capability it is not known to surpass that of Israel and India.

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Major Crisis Factors 2. Backwardness (Military strength) 33

Major Crisis Factors

2. Backwardness (Military strength)

Major Crisis Factors 2. Backwardness (Military strength) 33
Major Crisis Factors 3. Effectiveness  Effectiveness defined - Degree of productivity in comparison to

Major Crisis Factors

3. Effectiveness

Effectiveness defined - Degree of

productivity in comparison to competitors

Al-Suwaidan

3. Effectiveness  Effectiveness defined - Degree of productivity in comparison to competitors – Al-Suwaidan 34
Major Crisis Factors 3. Effectiveness  Individual − The productivity of the individual Muslim, compared

Major Crisis Factors

3. Effectiveness

Individual

The productivity of the individual Muslim,

compared with the rest of the world

the individual Muslim, compared with the rest of the world  Family − Family working as

Family

Family working as separate scattered individuals and not as a collective unit

Organizations

Extent of institutional integration in organizations

Major Crisis Factors 3. Effectiveness  Countries − Ranking of our countries in global competitiveness

Major Crisis Factors

3. Effectiveness

Countries

Ranking of our countries in global

competitiveness Value of the purchase of weapons Political systems

Value of the purchase of weapons − Political systems  Movements − Institutional integration and the

Movements

Institutional integration and the degree

of innovation and efficiency

Freedom

Freedom

of assembly

of the press

Major Crisis Factors 3. Effectiveness  Global Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum −

Major Crisis Factors

3. Effectiveness

Global Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum

Global Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum − Best reference with data available today that

Best reference with data available today that relate to nation competitiveness.

Model may have shortcomings and biased to

the Western concepts of economic development and competitiveness but it is a

good model to start with. Easily referenced to

benchmark areas of improvement. Highest ranked Muslim country in 2010-2011

is Qatar 17. In the 2011-2012 report Qatar

improved its position to 14. Saudi Arabia also

moved from 21 to 17.

Major Crisis Factors 4 . Leadership  The previous three crises are a reflection of

Major Crisis Factors

4. Leadership

The previous three crises are a reflection of the crises in thought and leadership. Thus the priority is to solve our thought and leadership crisis.

the priority is to solve our thought and leadership crisis. Behavior and   Backwardness   Effectiveness

Behavior and

 

Backwardness

 

Effectiveness

Ethics Crisis

Crisis

 

Crisis

 

Leadership

Thought

 
 

Crisis

Crisis

 

Poor leadership and some flaws in our thought/ideology are the two cornerstones of our crisis.

Major Crisis Factors 4. Leadership  Leadership defined – Ability to move people toward the

Major Crisis Factors

4. Leadership

Leadership defined Ability to move people toward the goal. (Al-Suwaidan)

Major Crisis Factors 4. Leadership  Leadership defined – Ability to move people toward the goal.
1.
1.

Major Crisis Factors

4. Leadership

The importance of leadership

2. Levels and fields

The importance of leadership 2. Levels and fields 3. Manifestations of the crisis 4. Knowledge of

3. Manifestations of the crisis

4. Knowledge of leadership

5. Plan for preparation of leadership

Major Crisis Factors 4. Leadership 1. The importance of leadership − Comparison in the field

Major Crisis Factors

4. Leadership

1. The importance of leadership

− Comparison in the field of da’wah

Comparison Comparison − Comparison

Comparison with the Malaysian experience

in relief work in charity work with the Prophet’s experience

− Comparison with the Malaysian experience in relief work in charity work with the Prophet’s experience
Major Crisis Factors 4. Leadership 2. Levels and Fields − Governments and Ministries − Institutions

Major Crisis Factors

4. Leadership

2. Levels and Fields

Governments and Ministries

2. Levels and Fields − Governments and Ministries − Institutions and Companies − Family − Islamic

Institutions and Companies

Family

Islamic work

Major Crisis Factors 4. Leadership 3. Manifestations of the crisis − Freedom − Innovation −

Major Crisis Factors

4. Leadership

3. Manifestations of the crisis

Freedom

4. Leadership 3. Manifestations of the crisis − Freedom − Innovation − Individualism − Efficiency −

Innovation

Individualism

Efficiency

Ethics (قﻼﺧﻷا)

Major Crisis Factors 4. Leadership 4. Knowledge of leadership − Concepts and Principles − Characteristics,

Major Crisis Factors

4. Leadership

4. Knowledge of leadership

Concepts and Principles

Characteristics, tests and measures Types (administrative, voluntary, specialized)

Leadership Training Islamic leadership

and measures − Types (administrative, voluntary, specialized) − Leadership Training − Islamic leadership 44
−

Major Crisis Factors

4. Leadership

5. Plan for preparation of leadership

Scientific methodology

5. Plan for preparation of leadership Scientific methodology − General preparation − Specialist preparation −

General preparation

Specialist preparation

Categories (talented individuals, women, children, adolescents)

Benefiting from real experiences

5.
5.

Major Crisis Factors

Thought Crisis

Thought Defined - Realization of the

mind in something to reach a new opinion

regarding it (Al-Suwaidan) Thought includes the belief,

regarding it (Al-Suwaidan)  Thought includes the belief, principles, values, aspirations and understanding of life

principles, values, aspirations

and understanding of life and analysis of the past and the present and foreseeing

the future.

5. 1.
5.
1.

Major Crisis Factors

Thought Crisis

Features of Our Thought

2. Some flaws in the thought (process)

3. Inviolability of the civilization

4. Refinement process

5. Tools to propagate the inviolability (of the thought)

3. Inviolability of the civilization 4. Refinement process 5. Tools to propagate the inviolability (of the
5.
5.

Major Crisis Factors

Thought Crisis

1. Features of Our Thought

Civilizational

Humane, purposeful, fair, balanced, global

 Humane, purposeful, fair, balanced, global − Practical − Rational − Renewed (having gone

Practical

Rational

Renewed (having gone through various stages

of renewal)

Flexible

5. −
5.

Major Crisis Factors

Thought Crisis

2. Some Flaws in the Thought (Process)

Prejudices and affiliations

Flaws in the Thought (Process) Prejudices and affiliations − Customs and traditions − Patriarchal −

Customs and traditions

Patriarchal

Fascination, dependence and sanctification

Influenced by reality

Freedom of worship and religion

References of our thought are the pure sources of Al-Quran and As-Sunnah. But many times we allow our customs and traditions to define our thought and thought processes without questioning its basis. We also allow our prejudices and affiliations particularly with the various Mazhab to influence the thought process. At times our fascination with the sacredness of some of our customs prevent us from looking at the issues at hand objectively. A simple example is the mass celebration of the birthday of our beloved Prophet in some Muslim countries. It is sensitive to point out that such celebrations were not observed during the time of the Prophet or rightly guided Caliphs.

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5. −
5.

Major Crisis Factors

Thought Crisis

3. Inviolability of the civilization

Defining the inviolability

Quality of thought, and the degree of spread and its application

of thought, and the degree of spread and its application − Manifestations of the loss of

Manifestations of the loss of inviolability

Culture, arts, clothing, food

Causes of the loss of inviolability

Difficulty/complexity thinking, isolation of the scholars (from real, practical experiences), Globalization

Models of civilizational inviolability

Improvement of the inviolability

5. −
5.

Major Crisis Factors

Thought Crisis

4. Refining the Thought

The objectives of the refinement process

(Treatment of the flaws and the renewal of the features)

(Treatment of the flaws and the renewal of the features) − Scientific methodology (Delphi) − Independence

Scientific methodology (Delphi)

Independence (From governments and political parties)

Individual roles

Institutional roles

−

Major Crisis Factors

5. Thought Crisis

5. Tools to propagate the inviolability

Media (traditional and new)

Number of satellite channels

Proportion of Internet users

of satellite channels  Proportion of Internet users − Education − Publication − Speeches − Direct

Education

Publication

Speeches

Direct contact

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Fundamental capabilities

Reality
Reality

1. Major crisis factors

2. Fundamental capabilities

Fundamental capabilities  Competitive advantages  Fundamental capabilities defined - These are the fundamental

Fundamental capabilities

Competitive advantages

Fundamental capabilities defined - These

advantages  Fundamental capabilities defined - These are the fundamental strengths which appears in all the

are the fundamental strengths which appears in all the

products (compared with competitors)

Al-Suwaidan

Fundamental capabilities  Fundamental capabilities - examples − Company example  Honda and engine capability

Fundamental capabilities

Fundamental capabilities - examples

Company example

Honda and engine capability

− Company example  Honda and engine capability − Individual example − Example for a nation

Individual example

Example for a nation

The Zionist entity (Please refer to the book “Start-Up Nation – The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle” by Dan Senor and Saul Singer)

Fundamental capabilities  Example for a nation - The Zionist entity − Argument/Controversy (Dealing with

Fundamental capabilities

Example for a nation - The Zionist entity

Argument/Controversy (Dealing with the

Apostles) Insolence (the Zionist army) Not being afraid of failure

Argument/Controversy (Dealing with the Apostles) − Insolence (the Zionist army) − Not being afraid of failure
Fundamental capabilities  What are your personal capabilities ?  What are our ummah’s capabilities

Fundamental capabilities

What are your personal capabilities ?

What are our ummah’s capabilities ?

Fundamental capabilities  What are your personal capabilities ?  What are our ummah’s capabilities ?
Fundamental capabilities  What are our ummah’s capabilities ? − Intense emotion and courage −

Fundamental capabilities

What are our ummah’s capabilities ?

Intense emotion and courage

Love for religion (Islam) Honor and desire for dignity Reproduction Nation with a large youth population

for religion (Islam) − Honor and desire for dignity − Reproduction − Nation with a large
Fundamental capabilities – Our Love for Islam Survey results on question - Is religion an

Fundamental capabilities

Our Love for Islam

Survey results on question - Is religion an important part of your
Survey results on question - Is religion an important part of your
daily life ?
daily life ?
capabilities – Our Love for Islam Survey results on question - Is religion an important part

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Fundamental capabilities – Reproduction Data from Gapminder World 60

Fundamental capabilities

Reproduction

Data from Gapminder World
Data from Gapminder World
Fundamental capabilities – Youth Population Data from Gapminder World 61

Fundamental capabilities

Youth Population

Data from Gapminder World
Data from Gapminder World
Fundamental capabilities  What are our ummah’s capabilities ? − How do we invest in

Fundamental capabilities

What are our ummah’s capabilities ?

How do we invest in building the basic

capabilities of our nation to increase its effectiveness in competing with other nations?

invest in building the basic capabilities of our nation to increase its effectiveness in competing with
The Vision Vision • Where are we heading? • What is the ideal picture of

The Vision

Vision
Vision

Where are we heading?

What is the ideal picture of our civilization that we consider our strategic goal?

Elements of Islamic Civilization

(We may need between 50 to 100 years to achieve)

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The Vision

Vision
Vision

1. Describing our civilization

2. Competitive Objectives

Elements of Islamic Civilization  Faith based elements − Belief system that is consistent with

Elements of Islamic Civilization

Faith based elements

Belief system that is consistent with human

nature Rituals that drive building of the civilization

Belief that is coupled with deeds The world as a preparation for the Hereafter

Science that does not lead to disbelief

is coupled with deeds − The world as a preparation for the Hereafter − Science that
Elements of Islamic Civilization  Legislative elements − Use of the intellect guided by revelation

Elements of Islamic Civilization

Legislative elements

Use of the intellect guided by revelation and

the traditions of the Prophet Legislation to ensure the greater good Justice to support benevolence Rights balanced with duties and

to support benevolence − Rights balanced with duties and responsibilities − Rule and power to complement

responsibilities

Rule and power to complement religion

Elements of Islamic Civilization  Ethical elements − Ethics that elevate the human being −

Elements of Islamic Civilization

Ethical elements

Ethics that elevate the human being

Freedom that serves virtue Art that conforms to values and ethics

Innovation Science

human being − Freedom that serves virtue − Art that conforms to values and ethics −
Elements of Islamic Civilization  Elements related to the practice of Islam − Care of

Elements of Islamic Civilization

Elements related to the practice of Islam

Care of the body that is related to spiritual

deeds Power that

Halal (Legitimate) wealth expended in the correct avenues Balance of body and soul, mind and emotion

Education that complements legislation

defends right

avenues − Balance of body and soul, mind and emotion − Education that complements legislation defends
Elements of Islamic Civilization  Social Elements − The individual that is an organized part

Elements of Islamic Civilization

Social Elements

The individual that is an organized part of the

family and society Society that does not dominate the individual The state that establishes the practice of religion Shura council that is governed by evidence from Quran and Sunnah The nation open to the world

of religion − Shura council that is governed by evidence from Quran and Sunnah − The
Elements of Islamic Civilization  Graph of History − Timeline of the rise and fall

Elements of Islamic Civilization

Graph of History

Timeline of the rise and fall of the Muslim

Ummah

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The Vision

Vision
Vision

1. Describing our civilization

2. Competitive Objectives

Competitive Objectives  Nations compete economically in 12 areas  These are identified in the

Competitive Objectives

Nations compete economically in 12

areas

These are identified in the Global Competitiveness Report prepared by the

World Economic Forum

Competitiveness Report prepared by the World Economic Forum − In our research we find this model

In our research we find this model to be the most complete and fully substantiated with

available data. It is not a perfect model and is

devoid of many of the salient features of the Islamic civilization. However the 12 general

areas mentioned are relevant as a benchmark

for Muslim countries to improve upon.

Competitive Objectives  The overall objective is to increase the performance of each Islamic country

Competitive Objectives

The overall objective is to increase the

performance of each Islamic country by two-

thirds in each area over the next 20 years

The Arabic version of this presentation details

20 years  The Arabic version of this presentation details out the 12 areas of competitiveness,

out the 12 areas of competitiveness, the 2010-

2011 rankings of the top nations and also that of selected countries in the Middle East and

other Muslim countries.

Competitive Objectives  The data used in these slides are taken from the 2010-2011 Global

Competitive Objectives

The data used in these slides are taken from the

2010-2011 Global Competitiveness Report. The

full report can be downloaded from

petitivenessReport_2010-11.pdf  The World Economic Forum recently (in August 2011)

The World Economic Forum recently (in August 2011) released the 2011-2012 report.

Competitive Objectives - Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  The GCI includes a weighted average of

Competitive Objectives - Global

Competitiveness Index (GCI)

The GCI includes a weighted average of many different components,

These

each measuring a different aspect of competitiveness.

components are grouped into 12 pillars of economic

competitiveness .

are grouped into 12 pillars of economic competitiveness .  While the pillars are aggregated into

While the pillars are aggregated into a single index, measures are

reported for the 12 pillars separately because such details provide a

sense of the specific areas in which a particular country needs to

improve.

1. Institutions

7. Labor market efficiency

2.

Infrastructure

8. Financial market development

3.

Macroeconomic environment

9. Technological readiness

4.

Health and Primary Education

10. Market size

5.

Higher Education and Training

11. Business sophistication

6.

Goods market efficiency

12. Innovation

 

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

Competitive Objectives - Global

Competitiveness Index (GCI)

The 12 pillars are grouped to indicate its contribution in the 3 primary stages of

economic development. Advanced economies are primarily innovation driven.

Institutions Infrastructure Macroeconomic environment Health and Primary Education Basic Requirements Key for FACTOR

Institutions Infrastructure Macroeconomic environment Health and Primary Education

Basic Requirements Key for FACTOR DRIVENeconomies

Higher Education and Training Goods market efficiency Labor market efficiency Financial market development Technological readiness Market size

Efficiency Enhancers Key for EFFICIENCY DRIVENeconomies

Business sophistication Innovation

Innovation and sophistication factors Key for INNOVATION DRIVEN economies

Global Competitiveness Index Selected Muslim countries and the stage of its economies Stage 1 Factor

Global Competitiveness Index

Selected Muslim countries and the stage of its economies

Stage 1

Factor

driven

Transition from Stage 1 to Stage 2

Stage 2 Efficiency Driven

Transition from Stage 2 to Stage 3

Stage 3 Innovation Driven

Bangladesh

Algeria

Albania

Bahrain

United Arab

Mauritania

Brunei

Jordan

Oman

Emirates

Pakistan

Egypt

Lebanon

Indonesia

Malaysia

Iran

Tunisia

Kazakhstan Kuwait Libya Morocco Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria

Turkey

Challenges Challenges What prevents us from realizing our objectives? 78

Challenges

Challenges
Challenges

What prevents us from realizing our objectives?

Challenges Challenges 1. Defining the challenges 2. Overcoming the challenges 79

Challenges

Challenges
Challenges

1. Defining the challenges

2. Overcoming the challenges

Defining the Challenges  Political despotism  Weakness of the legal (Sharia) education  Financial

Defining the Challenges

Political despotism

Weakness of the legal (Sharia) education

Financial Corruption Foreign intervention Attrition in the conflict with the Zionist entity

Transparency International Report – Corruption Index 81

Transparency International Report

Corruption Index

Transparency International Report – Corruption Index 81
Overcoming the Challenges  Political despotism  Weakness of the legal (Sharia) education  Financial

Overcoming the Challenges

Political despotism

Weakness of the legal (Sharia) education

Financial Corruption Foreign intervention Attrition in the conflict with the Zionist entity

The various projects proposed in the section on “The Plan” partially address how to

overcome the above challenges.

The Plan The Plan How do we reach our vision ? 1. Phases and timelines

The Plan

The Plan
The Plan
The Plan The Plan How do we reach our vision ? 1. Phases and timelines 2.

How do we reach our vision ? 1. Phases and timelines

2. Roles/Responsibilities and

Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)
Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

The Plan - Phases and Timelines

Four phases of 5 year periods

Phase 2 (2016 to 2020)
Phase 2 (2016 to 2020)
Phase 3 (2021 to 2025)
Phase 3 (2021 to 2025)
Phase 4 (2025 to 2030)
Phase 4 (2025 to 2030)
Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) • Crystalize the Plan • Treatment of the crisis factors
Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)
• Crystalize the Plan
• Treatment of the crisis factors

The Plan - Phases and Timelines

Phase 2 (2016 to 2020) • Building the institutions
Phase 2 (2016 to 2020)
• Building the institutions
Phase 3 (2021 to 2025) • Engage in institutional competitiveness
Phase 3 (2021 to 2025)
• Engage in institutional
competitiveness
Phase 4 (2025 to 2030) • Engage in nation competitiveness • Forming the Islamic confederation
Phase 4 (2025 to 2030)
• Engage in nation
competitiveness
• Forming the Islamic
confederation
85
The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − General Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

General Projects

Treatment of the crisis factors

Faith and Rituals

Veneration of Allah (SWT)

Love of the Prophet (SAW) Tazkiah an-Nafs (Purification of the self/soul)

TablisIblis (The Devil's Deception)

Reverence of the Prophet’s family and Companions

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − General Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

General Projects

Treatment of the crisis factors

Social and Moral

Honoring one's parents

Family bonding (See works by Dr. Jasem Al- Mutawwa’)

How to raise your children

Publication on ethics Fight against smoking, drugs and alcohol

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − General Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

General Projects

Treatment of the crisis factors

Manifestations of civilization

Respect for time

Aesthetics Commitment to good traffic manners

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − General Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

General Projects

Treatment of the crisis factors

Thought

Free your mind

Equity for the woman Return to the original sources

Cleansing history

Simplifying the thought/ideology Freedom as a fundamental Contemporary application of the Sharia Constitution of the Islamic State

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − General Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

General Projects

Treatment of the crisis factors

Leadership

The leadership specialization

Dissemination of the intellectual (Please refer to the project at mofaker.net)

Informational/Media leadership

Political leadership

Investor leadership

Leader/Commander (Leadership academy)

Teacher

Trainer

Icons (See romooz.com)

Faqih (Jurist)

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − General Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

General Projects

Treatment of the crisis factors

Leadership The Leadership Curricula

Incubation level (Kindergarten, Pre-School)

Primary school level

Middle school level

Secondary school level

University level (Al-Ruwwad : داوﺮﻟا)

Adults (Al-Ibda’ : عاﺪﺑﻹا)

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − General Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

General Projects

Improving Global Competitiveness

Development of curricula for basic education

Curricula of development of teachers

Center for quality control/supervision of education in the Arab world

Arab Center for the control/supervision of the quality of health Arab Center for Transparency Center for spreading democracyand political

freedom/liberty

Center of encouraging innovationand Scientific Research

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − General Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

General Projects

Media-based projects

Value-based campaigns

Production of value-based programs for children

Programs for building personal leadership Production of dramas that inculcate positive values

Development of Arab films

Production of international films

New Media (Internet, Mobile)

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − Special Projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

Special Projects (For each country)

Center for preparation of leaders

Promoting political freedom

Fight against financial and administrative corruption

Improving country effectiveness

Development of education

Quality of health

Scientific research

Development and activation of the Stock Exchange

Development and activation of the Endowments (فﺎﻗوﻷا)

Center for Privatization

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − Projects for

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

Projects for Palestine

Support the resistance

Media Jihad (ﻲﻣﻼﻋﻹا دﺎﻬﺠﻟا)

Electronic Jihad (ﻲﻧوﺮﺘﻜﻟﻹا دﺎﻬﺠﻟا)

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 1 (2011 to 2015) − Other projects

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 1 (2011 to 2015)

Other projects

Activating the Islamic movements

Networking the innovators/creative individuals

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 2 (2016 to 2020) − Raise the

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 2 (2016 to 2020)

Raise the rank of Arab states in the following

competitive criteria by half

Institutions

Infrastructure

Health and Primary Education

Higher Education and Training

Institutions Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 51 25 UAE 15 7 Qatar 9 4
Institutions
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
51
25
UAE
15
7
Qatar
9
4
Saudi Arabia
32
16
Oman
18
9
Bahrain
30
15
Egypt
56
28
Institutions Country Current Rank Future Rank Algeria 115 57 Morocco 64 32 Tunisia 23 11
Institutions
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Algeria
115
57
Morocco
64
32
Tunisia
23
11
Libya
67
33
Jordan
25
12
Syria
57
28
Mauritania
100
50
Infrastructure Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 50 25 UAE 6 3 Qatar 39 19
Infrastructure
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
50
25
UAE
6
3
Qatar
39
19
Saudi Arabia
36
18
Oman
29
15
Bahrain
27
13
Egypt
55
27
Infrastructure Country Current Rank Future Rank 99 49 Algeria 70 35 Morocco 37 18 Tunisia
Infrastructure
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
99
49
Algeria
70
35
Morocco
37
18
Tunisia
105
52
Libya
42
21
Jordan
79
40
Syria
118
59
Mauritania
Health and Primary Education Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 73 36 UAE 20 10
Health and Primary Education
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
73
36
UAE
20
10
Qatar
8
4
Saudi Arabia
71
35
Oman
92
46
Bahrain
37
18
Egypt
84
42
Health and Primary Education Country Current Rank Future Rank 77 38 Algeria 87 43 Morocco
Health and Primary Education
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
77
38
Algeria
87
43
Morocco
30
15
Tunisia
104
52
Libya
57
28
Jordan
70
35
Syria
114
57
Mauritania
Higher Education and Training Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 82 41 UAE 29 14
Higher Education and Training
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
82
41
UAE
29
14
Qatar
25
12
Saudi Arabia
53
26
Oman
67
33
Bahrain
48
24
Egypt
88
44
Higher Education and Training Country Current Rank Future Rank 102 51 Algeria 99 49 Morocco
Higher Education and Training
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
102
51
Algeria
99
49
Morocco
32
16
Tunisia
75
37
Libya
42
21
Jordan
104
52
Syria
132
66
Mauritania
The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 2 (2016 to 2020) − Building the

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 2 (2016 to 2020)

Building the following institutions:

Organization to spread the call for political freedom

Education Development

Development of a free economy

Islamic Foundation for Waqf (Endowment)

Sophisticated health system

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 3 (2021 to 2025) − Raise the

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 3 (2021 to 2025)

Raise the rank of Arab states in the following

competitive criteria by half

Goods market efficiency

Labor market efficiency

Financial market development

Technological readiness

Business sophistication

Goods market efficiency Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 63 31 UAE 10 5 Qatar
Goods market efficiency
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
63
31
UAE
10
5
Qatar
21
10
Saudi Arabia
29
15
Oman
33
16
Bahrain
22
11
Egypt
87
43
Goods market efficiency Country Current Rank Future Rank 97 49 Algeria 68 34 Morocco 39
Goods market efficiency
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
97
49
Algeria
68
34
Morocco
39
20
Tunisia
119
60
Libya
43
21
Jordan
101
50
Syria
111
55
Mauritania
Labor market efficiency Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 59 30 UAE 16 8 Qatar
Labor market efficiency
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
59
30
UAE
16
8
Qatar
14
7
Saudi Arabia
71
35
Oman
33
15
Bahrain
35
17
Egypt
126
63
Labor market efficiency Country Current Rank Future Rank 127 64 Algeria 129 65 Morocco 98
Labor market efficiency
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
127
64
Algeria
129
65
Morocco
98
49
Tunisia
132
66
Libya
106
53
Jordan
128
64
Syria
95
48
Mauritania
Financial market development Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 63 31 UAE 33 16 Qatar
Financial market development
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
63
31
UAE
33
16
Qatar
35
17
Saudi Arabia
53
26
Oman
43
21
Bahrain
30
15
Egypt
84
42
Financial market development Country Current Rank Future Rank 90 45 Algeria 96 48 Morocco 87
Financial market development
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
90
45
Algeria
96
48
Morocco
87
43
Tunisia
122
61
Libya
52
26
Jordan
123
62
Syria
129
65
Mauritania
Technological readiness Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 63 32 UAE 33 16 Qatar 35
Technological readiness
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
63
32
UAE
33
16
Qatar
35
17
Saudi Arabia
53
26
Oman
43
21
Bahrain
30
15
Egypt
84
42
Technological readiness Country Current Rank Future Rank 90 45 Algeria 96 48 Morocco 87 43
Technological readiness
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
90
45
Algeria
96
48
Morocco
87
43
Tunisia
122
61
Libya
52
26
Jordan
123
62
Syria
129
65
Mauritania
Business sophistication Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 50 25 UAE 19 10 Qatar 37
Business sophistication
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
50
25
UAE
19
10
Qatar
37
18
Saudi Arabia
35
17
Oman
57
28
Bahrain
61
30
Egypt
72
36
Business sophistication Country Current Rank Future Rank 128 64 Algeria 78 38 Morocco 54 27
Business sophistication
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
128
64
Algeria
78
38
Morocco
54
27
Tunisia
111
55
Libya
49
25
Jordan
90
45
Syria
125
62
Mauritania
The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 3 (2021 to 2025) − Raise the

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 3 (2021 to 2025)

Raise the rank of Arab states in the following

competitive criteria by two-thirds

Institutions

Infrastructure

Health and Primary Education

Higher Education and Training

Institutions Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 51 17 UAE 15 5 Qatar 9 3
Institutions
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
51
17
UAE
15
5
Qatar
9
3
Saudi Arabia
32
11
Oman
18
6
Bahrain
30
10
Egypt
56
19
Institutions Country Current Rank Future Rank Algeria 115 38 Morocco 64 21 Tunisia 23 8
Institutions
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Algeria
115
38
Morocco
64
21
Tunisia
23
8
Libya
67
22
Jordan
25
8
Syria
57
19
Mauritania
100
33
Infrastructure Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 50 17 UAE 6 2 Qatar 39 13
Infrastructure
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
50
17
UAE
6
2
Qatar
39
13
Saudi Arabia
36
12
Oman
29
10
Bahrain
27
9
Egypt
55
18
Infrastructure Country Current Rank Future Rank 99 33 Algeria 70 23 Morocco 37 12 Tunisia
Infrastructure
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
99
33
Algeria
70
23
Morocco
37
12
Tunisia
105
35
Libya
42
14
Jordan
79
30
Syria
118
39
Mauritania
Health and Primary Education Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 73 24 UAE 20 7
Health and Primary Education
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
73
24
UAE
20
7
Qatar
8
3
Saudi Arabia
71
24
Oman
92
31
Bahrain
37
12
Egypt
84
28
Health and Primary Education Country Current Rank Future Rank 77 26 Algeria 87 29 Morocco
Health and Primary Education
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
77
26
Algeria
87
29
Morocco
30
10
Tunisia
104
35
Libya
57
19
Jordan
70
23
Syria
114
38
Mauritania
Higher Education and Training Country Current Rank Future Rank Kuwait 82 27 UAE 29 10
Higher Education and Training
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
Kuwait
82
27
UAE
29
10
Qatar
25
8
Saudi Arabia
53
18
Oman
67
22
Bahrain
48
16
Egypt
88
29
Higher Education and Training Country Current Rank Future Rank 102 34 Algeria 99 33 Morocco
Higher Education and Training
Country
Current Rank
Future Rank
102
34
Algeria
99
33
Morocco
32
11
Tunisia
75
25
Libya
42
14
Jordan
104
35
Syria
132
43
Mauritania
The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 4 (2026 to 2030) − Raise the

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 4 (2026 to 2030)

Raise the rank of Arab states in the overall

competitive criteria by two-thirds

Overall Rank by 2030 Country Current Rank 2030 Ambition Kuwait 39 13 UAE 23 8
Overall Rank by 2030
Country
Current Rank
2030 Ambition
Kuwait
39
13
UAE
23
8
Qatar
22
7
Saudi Arabia
28
9
Oman
41
14
Bahrain
38
13
Egypt
70
23
Overall Rank by 2030 Country CurrentRank 2030 Ambition 83 28 Algeria 73 21 Morocco 40
Overall Rank by 2030
Country
CurrentRank
2030 Ambition
83
28
Algeria
73
21
Morocco
40
13
Tunisia
88
29
Libya
50
17
Jordan
94
31
Syria
113
38
Mauritania
The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 4 (2026 to 2030) − Creating a

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 4 (2026 to 2030)

Creating a Confederation of Muslim countries

through the unification of

Foreign Policies

Finance

Defense

Travel (Freedom of cross-border travel)

The Plan – Roles and Projects  Phase 4 (2026 to 2030) − Creating a

The Plan Roles and Projects

Phase 4 (2026 to 2030)

Creating a Confederation of Muslim countries

to be led by the following countries

Turkey

Malaysia

Saudi Arabia

Egypt

Generic Change Model How do we reach our vision ? The Plan Vision Where are

Generic Change Model

How do we reach

our vision ?

The
The
Generic Change Model How do we reach our vision ? The Plan Vision Where are we
Plan Vision
Plan
Vision
Change Model How do we reach our vision ? The Plan Vision Where are we heading

Where are we heading ?

Challenges
Challenges

What prevents us from

realizing our objectives?

Reality
Reality

Where are we

today ?

Generic Change Model 1. Phases and timelines 2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects The Plan Vision 1.

Generic Change Model

1. Phases and timelines

2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects

The

Plan Vision
Plan
Vision
2. Roles/Responsibilities and Projects The Plan Vision 1. Describing our civilization 2. Competitive Objectives

1. Describing our civilization

2. Competitive Objectives

Challenges 1. Defining the challenges 2. Overcoming the
Challenges
1.
Defining the challenges
2.
Overcoming the

challenges

Reality
Reality

1. Major crisis factors

2. Fundamental capabilities



Concluding Remarks

The basics of strategy management require that we define a

clear vision of the future, and in our case, a clear picture of

vision of the future, and in our case, a clear picture of how the Muslim ummah

how the Muslim ummah will look like in the future. It simply cannot be generic statements like “an Islamic state”, “an

Islamic Khalifah”, “to implement Shari’ah”. It must be in

some tangible form, preferably quantifiable and with timelines.

That is what we have tried to clarify in our vision statement

for the ummah over the next twenty years; to quantifiably improve the level of economic competitiveness for each Muslim

country and to enhance the unity and cooperation among the

Muslim countries by proposing a confederation united in the four suggested areas.



Concluding Remarks

Is the proposed vision complete and perfect ? We do not claim

it as such but we believe it is definitely a good start.

When we started on this project in 2008, many considered the vision far-fetched considering the economic and political

situation then. Now events have changed significantly.

situation then. Now events have changed significantly. − The financial crisis in 2008 is crippling the

The financial crisis in 2008 is crippling the economies of the West and weakening their financial institutions. The biggest economy in

the world, the United States, is facing a major debt crisis.

The spring uprising in 2011 will change the political landscape in

the Middle East.

autonomy for the common people. It will help overcome our first

challenge factor; political despotism.

It’s opening the doors of freedom and greater



Concluding Remarks

This work is very much still in progress. We are encouraged

by the many positive responses we have received indicating

that although the work is not perfect, we are on the right track.

We have created a web portal in Arabic (for now) to share our

have created a web portal in Arabic (for now) to share our ideas and invite comments

ideas and invite comments and participation from all interested Muslims.

We certainly invite comments and suggestions to improve upon it.

Kindly distribute report on this humble work to your circle of

friends.

Concluding Remarks  The one who intends to do a good deed and actualizes it

Concluding Remarks

The one who intends to do a good deed and actualizes it will be rewarded by ten multiples and the one who intends to do a

good deed but does not actualize it will still be rewarded with a single multiple of the deed.

will still be rewarded with a single multiple of the deed.  So make your intentions

So make your intentions sincere and proceed with the deeds.

Don’t forget us in your prayers.

Dr.TareqAl-Suwaidan suwaidan@alresalah.net www.suwaidan.com 00965 25761010
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suwaidan@alresalah.net
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