Ethnic Bullying Between Islamic Law Controls And The Principles Of Modern Education

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Abdelaadim Srhayri , Abdelazeem Sabry Abdelazeem


Most states of today's world are trying to impose the idea of peaceful coexistence among its members. This coexistence guarantees them a quiet and stable life, especially when this society comprises members of multiple monotheistic religions and ethnicities. Perhaps their keenness on the idea of peaceful coexistence is important in achieving security and world peace and absorbing religious and ethnic pluralism. Despite the earlier concept of coexistence, our contemporary society is still dominated by different cultures, some of which have led to the emergence of a culture of violence that has taken many forms and emerged from the womb of terrorism and other forms of societal violence that manifests itself in the behavior of individuals Bullying has recently become a form of growing violence within different communities,  becoming a public and clear issue in several places, including family, school, university, street and, social media. The Islamic view of the phenomenon of bullying is based on a deep knowledge vision, characterized by depth, integration, and inclusiveness, and its bet on the need to ensure the right of a human being to live his humanity honorably and freely. International legislation and contemporary global principles have also attempted to pass laws limiting this dangerous phenomenon.

In this research, the researchers try to shed light on a recent negative phenomenon that has spread in most countries of the world, namely the phenomenon of ethnic bullying, so that we can integrate the controls of Islamic law and the principles of contemporary education in an in intersectional, to establish rules to reduce this phenomenon and propose several diverse solutions, which eliminate it.

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