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The Implications of Social Solidarity in Islam
Journal of College of Education for Women
That interdependence in Islam is cooperation, love and fraternity and give and take and let him look rich to the poor, every Muslim is himself liable hungry and poor no matter how many races and colors. That interdependence is cruel, spending for God and is the greatest supporter of charities that deal with housing, food and medicine for the unemployed and needy, and social solidarity the consolidation of the values of brotherhood and love, where is the greatest support of corrupt and concerteddoaj:f944accde19546e3acba8ccfbac3bc95 fatcat:gltw43qcmfat5k7hju6uhgabbu