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Back to ISPI Culture of Respect A Muslim Perspective Javeed Akhter MD Objectives. Discuss multi-culturalism and pluralism. Point out the differences between tolerance and pluralism. Review the Muslim attitude toward pluralism. Outline some common challenges facing a Muslim patient.
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Back to ISPI Culture of Respect A Muslim Perspective Javeed Akhter MD

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Objectives. Talk about multi-culturalism and pluralism. Point out the contrasts in the middle of resilience and pluralism. Audit the Muslim disposition toward pluralism. Framework some normal difficulties confronting a Muslim understanding. Recommend methods for making a society of admiration for consideration beneficiaries.

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Multi-culturalism In the first “Parliament of World Religions” held a bit over a hundred years back in Chicago all representatives were Christians and Jews. There was one and only Muslim delegate “Alexander Russel Webb” and one Hindu delegate “Swami Vivekananda The latest parliament had scores of “faiths and traditions” spoke to

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Multi-culturalism Multi-culturalism is a generally new marvel in the US. “The Harvard Pluralism Project” keep running by Diana Eck understood researcher lists huge numbers of new religions flourishing in this country of our own.

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Plurality of Faiths

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Pluralism Multiplicity of societies, religions and customs in the same open space makes understanding pluralism vital. Pluralism fundamental for common society. Javeed Akhter.TAM2003.

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Pluralism “This acknowledgment of shared wishes and needs is clear and evident to the individuals who live in multi-religious social orders and to those that take an interest in interfaith dialog The thought's acknowledgment that there is much truth in numerous beliefs and conventions and one’s own confidence is not the selective habitation all truth is pluralism.” Pluralism fundamental for common society. Javeed Akhter.TAM2003.

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Pluralism may be between religious and in addition intra-religious. Other than the Hajj journey, well known for its multi-racial multi-ethnic character, Muslim groups in the US are the most different.

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The Challenges of Pluralism Need to figure out how to regard estimations of others that may be contrary or even in struggle with your own particular qualities. In some cases the estimations of the other gathering may be incongruent with the expansive comprehension of “global ethics”. The state may contain religious and social minorities whose individuals may hold values contrary with larger part perspectives and some of the time state laws. Despite the fact that you may esteem pluralism the other individual may not.

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Pluralism Versus Tolerance presupposes that the devotees of different customs are to a great extent if not by any stretch of the imagination delude and merit empathy. Resilience benefits one’s own perspective over those of others.

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Pluralism Versus Tolerance is characteristically presumptuous. Pluralism is conceived out of modesty and antipathy for being judgmental. Resilience does not view differences as something positive.

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Islam And Pluralism. www.ISPI-USA.org

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Islam And Pluralism in the life of Prophet Muhammad: The Constitution (Covenant) of Madinah. This Constitution set out a large number of the standards crucial to the serene working of a pluralistic culture.

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Islam and Pluralism It offered correspondence to every one of its residents and acknowledged the concurrence of distinctive religions in the group. All religious, ethnic and tribal gatherings had meet security, rights and nobility. These gatherings (Three Jewish and two Arab tribes) would live by their own convictions and judge themselves by their own particular laws.

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Islam and Pluralism Prophet Muhammad's motivation for this pluralistic model was the Qur'an (Koran), which makes it occupant upon Muslims to acknowledge and regard the greater part of the past errand people without refinement and honor their groups.

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The Koran (Qur’an) And Pluralism. “The Apostle believeth in what had been uncovered to him from his Lord, As do men of confidence. Every one of them believeth in Allah (God), His blessed messengers, His books and His Apostles. We see no difference amongst any of the Apostles.” (Qur’an 2.285)

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The Qur’an Celebrates Diversity. “O mankind Allah (God) has made you male and female And made you into assorted countries and tribes so that you may come to know one another. Verily the most respected among you is he who is the most righteous.” ( Qur’an 49.13)

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The Qur’an Appears To Imply Diversity Is Part Of The Divine Design. “To each of you (religions) God (Allah) has recommended a law (shiratun) and a way (minhaj). In the event that God (Allah) had willed he would have made you a solitary individuals. Yet, God’s reason for existing is to test you in what he has given each of you. So endeavor in the quest for ideals. (Qur’an 5.48)

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Creating a Culture Of Respect.

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What might Be Your Response To This Woman If She Walked Into Your Clinic? What in the name is that? Another persecuted Muslim lady. She must be hot in there. Distinctive strokes for diverse people. That is cool! I am going to go out there and get myself a Hijab, Jilbab and Niqab.

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The Correct Response. What would I be able to do to verify she feels great and has her pride.

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Our Client. She declines to shake the resident’s hand and looks. Her English is superior to you're Arabic yet just possibly. She hasn’t rounded out the admission structure. You make sense of one of the youngsters has a fever and two other need inoculations. She has no essential MD for the youngsters.

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Common Challenges & Dilemmas Facing Muslim Patients

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Some Areas that Caregivers Need To Pay Attention To When Caring For A Muslim Patients Stereotyping. Unobtrusiveness/Gender issues. Dialect and traditions.

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Stereotyping. Unobtrusiveness/Gender issues. Dialect and traditions. The main three generalizations of Muslims in the US are Terrorists. Male Chauvinists. Middle Easterners. Dark Activists. Unkempt and rancid.

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Stereotyping. The main three generalizations of Muslims in the US are Terrorists Male Chauvinists Arabs Black Activists Unkempt and rank

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Modesty. Stereotyping. Unobtrusiveness/Gender issues. Dialect and traditions. Unobtrusiveness in dress is recommended for both sexual orientations so that the communication between them is profound. Assorted qualities in understanding of what is unassuming attire. The previous Taleban administration and Saudi Arabia force it. Turkey, Morocco and now France forbid it in numerous establishments. Isn’t Jacques Chirac a Mullah Omar with a French intonation? Most Muslim nations permit individual decision.

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Gender issues Stereotyping. Unobtrusiveness/Gender issues. Dialect and traditions. Hand shake. Female doctors and orderlies. Eye contact.

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Language And Customs. Stereotyping. Unobtrusiveness/Gender issues. Dialect and traditions. Utilization of expressions like “God willing” (Insha-Allah) Easy to make false impressions in light of absence of dialect. Hesitance to say no by and large in light of the fact that it would be viewed as discourteous

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Lack Of Knowledge Of The System Forms threatening to round out. Most outsiders underutilize the framework. Idea of PCP and preventive consideration may be novel to her. Stereotyping. Unobtrusiveness/Gender issues. Dialect and traditions.

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Your Challenges With This Client. She is tailing her religion the best she gets it. In nations with substantial quantities of Muslims her appearance would be a typical site but at the traditionalist end of the range. Her conduct would not raise any eye foreheads. A female doctor would likely deal with her crew.

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Creating A Culture Of Respect. UNESCO Document On Cultural Diversity

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The UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity Adopted by the 31st Session of the General Conference of UNESCO Paris, 2 NOVEMBER 2001 http://unesdoc.unesco.org/pictures/0012/001271/127160m.pdf Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General

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The UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity States to reaffirm their conviction that “intercultural dialogue” is the best ensure of peace and to dismiss by and large the unavoidable's hypothesis “clash of societies and civilizations”. Consider social differences as “the basic legacy of humanity”, which is “as vital for mankind as biodiversity is for nature”.

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The UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity Cultural differences is the regular legacy of mankind. Social differing qualities ought to prompt social pluralism Cultural assorted qualities is an essential element in human development. The privilege to hone your own way of life ought to be viewed as an essential human right.

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The UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity Create an empowering situation for social differing qualities. Endeavor towards access for all to social differing qualities. Social legacy as the wellspring of inventiveness Cultural products and administrations: things of a novel kind

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Conspectus. Making society of admiration is key to mending. The primary step is to verify care seekers are not disregarded. Take a shot at making a pluralistic non-judgmental personality set in the work place.

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Conspectus. Expanding learning of the traditions, confidence and customs of the other is the best counteractant to stereotyping. Rules for Health Care Providers Interacting with Muslim Patients and their Familiesâ  , created by The Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council.â ( www.ISPI-USA.org and Advocate page) Medical Ethics in Islam by Javeed Akhter (www.ISPI-USA.org)

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Conspectus. Taking a vow of appreciation. Addresses, features and workshops. Affectability preparing and pretending. Mysterious criticism from consideration recipients. Prizes and punishments for conduct.

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Conspectus. Medicinal organizations are making a decent showing and can set a pattern for other wo