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    These topics play a central role in every society,
    how does Islam handle these social decisions ?

    In America, we have laws which are put into action, after an event has occured.
    Freedom has attributed to the breakdown in morals, due in part by religious convictions vs. those who are either religious by association with a church or parish, or humanists, who go through life,
    adhering to the natural golden rules, inherent within each of us.


    The prevention of transitional breakdown.

    Society is the offspring of age upon age of trial and error; it is what survived the selective adjustments and readjustments in the successive stages of mankind's agelong rise from animal to human levels of planetary status. The great danger to any civilization -- at any one moment -- is the threat of breakdown during the time of transition from the established methods of the past to those new and better, but untried, procedures of the future.

    Leadership is vital to progress. Wisdom, insight, and foresight are indispensable to the endurance of nations. Civilization is never really jeopardized until able leadership begins to vanish. And the quantity of such wise leadership has never exceeded one per cent of the population.


    And it was by these rungs on the evolutionary ladder that civilization climbed to that place where those mighty influences could be initiated which have culminated in the rapidly expanding culture of the twentieth century. And only by adherence to these essentials can man hope to maintain his present-day civilizations while providing for their continued development and certain survival. This is the gist of the long, long struggle of the peoples of earth to establish civilization since the age of Adam. Present-day culture is the net result of this strenuous evolution. Before the discovery of printing, progress was relatively slow since one generation could not so rapidly benefit from the achievements of its predecessors. But now human society is plunging forward under the force of the accumulated momentum of all the ages through which civilization has struggled.
    REF:
    DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN CIVILIZATION
    1. THE CRADLE OF CIVILIZATION
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