Environment Islam

Everything is connected. The bottled water is linked to the fresh water streams that are controlled by large corporations; to the factories that manufacture the toxic plastics for the bottles; and to the communities it employs, pollutes, and – at times – destroys. What we consume, and how we use and abuse the environment is also connected to our relationship with the Creator of all things, God; at least that is the message of the newly published book, Green Deen: What Islam Teaches About Protecting the Planet, by Ibrahim Abdul-Matin. (Read more)


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