Muslims are compelled by their religion to praise their Creator, pray, fast and give charity. But what is not widely known is that there are deep and long-standing connections between Islamic teachings and environmentalism.
In this ground breaking book, Ibrahim Abdul-Matin draws on research, scripture and interviews with Muslims to trace Islam's profound dedication to humankind's collective role as stewards of the Earth. Abdul-Matin points out that the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ
declared that the Earth is a mosque.
'Deen' means 'way' in Arabic. Abdul-Matin offers dozens of examples of how Muslims can follow, and are already following, a Green Deen in four areas:
- watts (energy),
- water and
At last, people of all beliefs can appreciate the gifts and contributions that Islam and Muslims bring to the environmental movement.
Publisher: The Islamic Foundation
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