• Dr.Sajida Abed Kadhim


Recently, many Islamic narratives and theses have been presented that have worked in their
methodology to try to give sustainable development projects Islamic perspectives and
dimensions, whether in terms of the method or the goals set for such projects. On this basis,
such theses emerged as a clear confusion and contradiction between two systems: Islamic
trying to withdraw the effects of sustainable development into the Islamic circle and reestablishing the theory based on the system of Islamic belief and legislation, and a positivist
system that tries to employ the latest Western theories in calling for sustainable development
projects. This research tries to stop - and from a critical perspective - at this problem that
modern Islamic discourse is going through, as it tries to base its treatment on a basic thesis:
that these Islamic visions that try to keep up with contemporary work by working on the
latest theoretical developments that regulate sustainable development projects are nothing but
Another aspect of the Islamism of knowledge is the approach that attempts to reconcile the
gains of the modern state with the creation of ideological and legislative legitimacy for such
gains - including sustainable development projects. Therefore, the research deals with a
critical perspective on the issue of disengaging from this connection and clarifying the
problematic of the dilemma of such Islamic visions in the fields of sustainable development.
And from the results of the research, the experiences of successful sustainable development
projects in some Asian countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand ... and others have
demonstrated that the success of such projects' data on the ground was not based on rooting
and establishing Islamic perspectives and visions to the extent that the decisive factor in their
success was the success of the state and its direct intervention by creating a strategic vision
for modernization in all its forms, based on thoughtful plans and prepared by strategic experts
in the field of sustainable human development, so that their choice of the development model
to be applied is in line with the social environment of such countries.


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Dr.Sajida Abed Kadhim. (2020). CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC VISION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS ’CRITICAL REVIEW’. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 6379 - 6391. Retrieved from