Atalay, Orhan
January 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2007, Vol. 11 Issue 30, p1
Academic Journal
Islam began to spread in areas which busied with native or universal cultural values previously and not refused them. On the contrary admited this values by examining them in new viewpoint, so caused to live by renewing them. This shows trust of Islam to it's values as much as tolerance the other sacred and rational remains. This character of Islam maybe is one of the foremost qualities made it eternal.


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