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Holdings of Quran and Sunnah towards Excellence of Malays


  • Shuhairimi Abdullah

    (Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia)

  • Nur Salimah Alias

    (Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia)

  • Hj Huzili Hussin

    (Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia)

  • Noor Salwani Hussin

    (Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia)


The light of truth reflected from the content of al-Quran contains the noble foundations of developing civilization as a guidelines to be followed by all mankind. The Quran calls upon all people to return to rational and realistic thinking and leave the belief and thinking of animisme, paganisme and ?syncretism?. As a most perfect book created by God therefore Quran is a truth light brightening the path of hardship that all men have to gone through. Same goes to Sunnah delivered by Prophet Muhammad S.A.W through the revelation of God and become guidelines for human to manage their system of life. History proved to us all the contents in Quran and Sunnah have given positive impacts to malay culture.Teachings of islam have stimulated in Malay culture and created a great wave that initiated the revolution process of human systems views of life that turned human beliefs from a fantasy mythical realm to the development of knowledge and character that require orders and manners. Islam has changed malay culture to rationalization belief and logical knowledge. The manisfestation were shown through the system of human based on independence, justice and noble personality. Therefore, a critical and scientific study on the impact of Quran and Sunnah to empower malays civilization should be done. This research used qualitative approach by conducting research to islamic history in order to get clearer picture about the aspects of cultural, thought and reality of Malays in this day. As a result, Quran and Sunnah had coloured the beliefs system, philosophy, language, historical dan arts in Malay citizens. The excellence of Malay civilization cannot be separated from islamic teachings. Most importantly, Malay?s will continues competent and glory as long as they hold to Quran and Sunnah.

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  • Shuhairimi Abdullah & Nur Salimah Alias & Hj Huzili Hussin & Noor Salwani Hussin, 2014. "Holdings of Quran and Sunnah towards Excellence of Malays," Journal of Asian Scientific Research, Asian Economic and Social Society, vol. 4(12), pages 704-710, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:asi:joasrj:2014:p:704-710

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    Quran; Sunnah; Malay; Cultural; Islam; Civilizations.;


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