Akdoğan, Ali
September 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2009, Vol. 13 Issue 41, p133
Academic Journal
In the context of the people, communities and countries peace and safe environment is an important requirement. Peace and security, also effects positively the development and progress. People and countries in a peaceful and secure environment is always seen as an ideal. To provide this ideal depends on people again. Thus peace environment as an ideal target should always be kept alive for the individual, society and nations. Through the history many civilizations has been established in the world. Today there have been seen different civilizations. In this sense, the establishment of alliances among civilizations, and trust and peace of mankind and the progress and development is crucial. Cooperating civilizations and mutual recognition of each other is important for a more livable world. The meaning and significance of the Islamic civilization also has a potential which would be ignored for the world peace. The contribution of the Islamic civilisation, with the theoretical doctrines and historical practices and also the current potential, which will provide to way of the world peace and also it has a meaningful, important and solutional dimension.


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