In what way does Islam shape the social relationships? How does it limit them and why?
This present book compares Islam with the western civilization and with various schools of thought.
There are a lot of differences but the most striking are the fact that Islam bases its teachings on the search of truth while the other bases their teachings on the opinion of the majority; and the fact that Islam does not believe in geographical and racial frontiers which separate human beings into small communities and nations.
The writer believes the frontier is belief, a fact which makes possible a universal community.