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Muslims Most Civilised, Yet Not Enough

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Muslims Most Civilized, Yet Not Enough
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Javed Jamil’s book is about Muslim civilization and he challenge west civilization against Islam civilization
PublisherJust World Books, Mission Publications, 2013
Publication date
4 March 2013
ISBN8188268097 Search this book on .

Muslims Most Civilised, Yet Not Enough book wrote by Javed Jamil in 2013. Jamil in his book relied on statistical realities which challenge the anti-Islam thinker and who propagate hate speech against Islam such as some Muslim who think western lifestyle is better than Islamic lifestyle and etc...[1] Javed Jamil is India based thinker and writer and Head of Chair in Islamic Studies & research, Yenepoya University, Mangalore.[2] He already wrote more than 15 books.[3]


  • Forms and Extent [1]


2-Wars and civil wars

3-America's Terror versus Muslim Terror

4-Crimes against women

  • Civilised versus Uncivilised Sexual Behavior[1]

1-Sexual Revolution

2-Women 'liberated' to be abused? Prostitution and Pornography


4-Sexual Perversions

5-Family Disintegrated


7-Children with Single Parents

8-Child Abuse

  • Civilised verses Uncivilised Social Behavior[1]

1-Alcohol Mania

2-Gambling: the Destroyer

3-Personal Satisfaction

  • Human Development[1]

1-Life Expectancy


3-Economic Scenario

1-Grand Table of Civilisation

2-Is Christian Community more civilised than Muslim?

3-Is Hindu Community more civilised than Muslim?

4-Where is Civilisation?

  • Shortcomings of Muslims and Solutions[1]

1-Shortcomings at the Ideological level

2-Not looking for a larger cause

3-Socioeconomic Agenda Ignored

4-Need of Cohesive Foreign Policy

5-Sunni Shia Divide: Larger Aim is the Biggest Solution

  • Islam the Best Basis of Civilisation[1]

1-Defining Peace: Modern versus Islamic Definition of Peace

2-Three-Dimensional System versus Two-Dimensional

3-Life Expectancy, Islam and Muslims

4-Islamic Theory of Economics

5-Political Ideology of Islam

6-Huntington is right but...

7-Let's March Towards Peace!

8-Last Word


Javed Jamil in Muslims Most Civilised, Yet Not Enough book complain against western countries New world order (politics) plan and challenging who support Western countries idea and its allies. Today's, New World Order plan are located in West and Western countries try to export that to Muslim countries, Jamil believes.[4] He mentioned in his book, These export have no aim except achieving better economical and political for western countries. When the western countries aiming these plan, they can do anything, such as killing other countries people, vanishing families and social values which is worth for other countries people until them suit their own ends.[4]

In this book, Jamil has used massive statistics which showing that in terms of the criteria of civilized existence in Muslim countries when Western countries are far from this civilization. Also He used from the Security, Social peace, Personal, Family, Human Development as the criteria of civilization and try to prove Muslim countries have all of this and don't need Western countries plan.[4]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Jamil, Javed (4 March 2013). Muslims Most Civilised, Yet Not Enough (1 ed.). India: Mission Publications. ISBN 81-88268-09-7. Retrieved 9 February 2019. Search this book on
  2. Shenoy, Jaideep (5 April 2017). "Yenepoya University establishes Chair in Islamic Studies". the times of india. Retrieved 9 February 2019.
  3. Kola, Aftab Husain (10 August 2018). "Indian varsity's Applied Islamics course to offer inter-disciplinary perspective". alarabiya. Retrieved 9 February 2019.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Adil, Syed. "Muslims most civilised but..." milligazette. Retrieved 10 February 2019.


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