Recognition of the Physical Structure and Characteristics of Islamic City

Mehdi Pirhayati; Milad Torkjazi; Iman Tazikeh Lemeski; Monireh Karimi

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2018, , Pages 341-352

  Cities and habitations are among the most prominent and tangible effects of human culture, which express many mental and subjective components affected by and resulting from it, by providing objective and perceivable spaces. Islamic cities also were not (and are not) an exception. Islamic cities represent ...  Read More

The Role of Religion in Preventing Chastity-Related Murders

Sayyed Hossain Vaezi; Mohammad Hossain Haghshenas

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2014, , Pages 72-82

  The ultimate goal of Islam is to cultivate a mature human being who is devoid of either psychological or emotional coarseness. Inspection of murder cases have shown that many of them have happened because of honor motivations. Treachery among married couples, sexual deviation, doubt, pessimism, deviations ...  Read More