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Title: பௌத்த சம்மாகம்மந்த மற்றும் இஸ்லாமிய அல்-அமல் அத்-தய்யிப் நற்செயல் பற்றிய பௌத்த-இஸ்லாமிய கலந்துரையாடல்
Other Titles: Buddhist “samma kammanta” and Islamic al- amal at-tayyib: a discussion on right action between Buddhism and Islam
Authors: Afra, Fathuma
Ashath, Mohamed
Keywords: Samma kammanta
Al- Amal At-Tayyib
Buddhist Muslim Understanding
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2022
Publisher: Faculty of Islamic Studies and Arabic Language, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka
Citation: Sri Lankan Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, 5 (1) 2022 pp. 138-157.
Abstract: Religious scriptures encourage the right action for every human being, whether they are followers of that religion or not. Although, Buddhism and Islam explain the important of the right action in a unique manner, but the meetings of Buddhist and Muslim most often portray as violent confrontation in Modern world. The objective of this paper to analyze and understand the views of right action from the ideas of Buddhist Samma Kammanta and Islamic Al- Amal At-Tayyib from for the initiation of good interreligious understanding. This research applies library-based qualitative methodology, in which the researchers use data that includes textual analysis on written materials such as books, journal articles, and internet sources. The outcomes disclose that although both religions have fundamentally different doctrines yet share a similar scope on right action which prioritize humanity and human wellbeing. This study guides to eliminate misunderstandings about religions: Buddhism and Islam, and to succeed in a process of understanding and for nonviolent commitment among the diverse religious groups. To this end, this paper concludes that to what extent Buddhist Samma Kammanta tenets can assimilate Islamic Al- Amal At-Tayyib doctrines and practices, paving the way for interreligious dialogue for peace. And drawing on some fundamental commonalities between Buddhism and Islam.
ISSN: 2550-3014
Appears in Collections:Volume 5; Issue 1

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