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The principle of causality is one of the primary propositions known to people in their ordinary lives. This principle states that 'everything has a cause'. It's one of the necessary rational principles; a human being finds at the heart of his nature a motive that makes him attempt to explain the things he encounters, and to justify the existence of such things by disclosing their causes. This motive is inborn in human nature (and it may also be present in a number of animals; they instinctively pay attention to the source of a motion in order to know its cause, and they also search for the source of a sound, again in order to know its cause).

Read more: Causality, Rationality and Science

 If we want to make a balanced comparison between Islamic and other views in the field of polity and form of government we should make a review of the important issues in the philosophy of politics, and on every issue find out what is the view of Islam, comparing it with the other views. We must make a detailed investigation of the basic differences between them. Very briefly, we will now mention some issues and explain the views of Islam pertaining to them in order that it may be possible to make a comparison.

Read more: A Glimpse at the Political Philosophy of Islam

Fasting is a fundamental worship in Islam that provides a great platform to gain self-control, piety, humbleness, sympathy to poor, sincerity to Allah and success in Hereafter. Fasting enable us to fight evil traits such as passion, lust, greed, arrogance and jealousy.

Read more: The Philosophy of Fasting in Ramadan