The Role and Challenges of Religion on Global Humanitarian Issues: An Islamic Perspective


This research aims to describe the roles and challenges of religion in global humanitarian issues from an Islamic perspective. This research is a qualitative type of literature. Data sources were obtained from several scientific articles on this topic, which were accessed from e-journals. Meanwhile, data analysis was done using content analysis. The diversity of texts that motivate human work has led to proliferation of actions in a variety of areas: food aid, expansion of education and healthcare systems, water supplies, and slaves. zakat and waqf Those involved in work derive their human strength from the fact that financing for these structures is guaranteed, which also guarantees professionalism and efficiency, as it is well known that voluntary work has its limits.

Keywords: religious, islamic and human challenges

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