Privacy policy

Privacy policy

https://www.bidderjob.com/ is considered an independent website, and it is an electronic encyclopedia with Arab hands, which took upon itself the task of enriching Arabic content on the Internet, and attracting knowledge of Jobs Lists books (bidderjob.com) and minds to the field of electronic encyclopedias. The site allows its use according to the following conditions: Your use of www.bidderjob.com is considered your acceptance of these terms, and if you do not accept them completely


.We are added to summarize our privacy policy


First : We ask every new user of www.bidderjob.com to read carefully and understand the provisions in this agreement before continuing the registration process. The Agreement is governed of good faith; And conventions on the Internet.


Second : You agree that your use of www.bidderjob.com will be limited only to legitimate purposes, and that you will refrain from sending or transmitting any material through this site, infringes the privacy policy of others, copyrights of others, or obscene-urdu language, offends or violates religions and sacred things, or is for any reason Another is not acceptable, or in violation of any law.


Third : When you use the site https://www.bidderjob.com, you agree that you will never store any part of the site’s contents for commercial use. However, now allow you to store some of the website's content for personal and fair use purposes for non-profit educational purposes.


Fourth : bidderjob.com reserves the right to amend these terms whenever he wants and without prior notice or warning to the users of the site, as you, as a user   of website, must always Read these terms and adhere to their content


Fifth : It is prohibited to reprint, publish, or distribute part or all of the contents of the earninfo9.blogspot website, without the written consent of earninfo9 Limited, the owner of this site.


Sixth : The "Bidderjob.com" website, and the logos of the site, are registered trademarks and all rights related thereto are reserved and owned by Bidderjob Limited, the owner of this site. The third-party trademarks used on www.bidderjob.com are the property of their respective owners.


Seventh : You expressly agree to use this site at your own risk, and bear all the risks involved, and agree that Bidderjob Limited or any of its board members.


Eighth : The information you provided will be stored in a secure confidential environment, and our employees and managers will take strict standards to adhere to this principle.


Ninth : www.bidderjob.com maintains the data of its subscribers on operating devices, databases and highly efficient protection systems, and you agree that the site retains your personal data for use by its concerned departments.


Tenth : www.bidderjob.com or any person involved in the preparation, production or distribution of any material on this site shall bear no responsibility for any direct or indirect material or moral damage arising from the use of this site or from the inability to use it or from Any error, omission, or defect in it or from the incorrectness of the information provided by it or from any consequences of this damage.


Eleventh : All intellectual property rights, including copyright, printing and publishing rights, database rights, display methods and trademarks within the contents of www.bidderjob.com are owned or licensed by the "Bidderjob" or bidderjob.com. The user acknowledges that all content and materials available on this site are protected by intellectual property rights in force in the world.


Twelfth : It is prohibited to use the intellectual property rights shown on the www.bidderjob.com website for purposes other than those in conformity with the terms of the www.bidderjob.com use agreement and knowledge here, and therefore it is not permissible to use or display it for other than these purposes or for any reason except after obtaining permission. My prior writing from the company “Bidderjob” or www.bidderjob.com and that you, as a user, are legally responsible for any violation or infringement of any of the intellectual property rights of Bidderjob Limited or www.bidderjob.com/ and all company directors, employees and agents, for any loss incurred by any of them as a result of your use of this site.


Thirteenth :  warning related to your use of www.bidderjob.com and that www.bidderjob.com/ and if he has the option and the right to do so, it does not verify The accuracy or correctness of the information provided by you and does not bear any responsibility for it in any way towards any third person.


Muslim culture

Islam has left a deep imprint on the culture of the countries where it spread. Already in early Islam, three main Muslim disciplines emerged: 1) the science of interpreting and reading the Qur'an, 2) the science of hadith, 3) jurisprudence, within the framework of which four equally recognized by authoritative religious and legal branches are formed in Sunism: Hanifi, Shafi'i, Maliki, Hanbali. From the Quranic injunctions and prohibitions and legal precedents recorded in the hadiths, Muslim law (Sharia) is formed, which to this day remains the main source of legislation in most Muslim countries. Islamic law as a universal normative-dogmatic system regulates equally religious dogma; norms governing man's relationship to God; ethics; social relationships. Ie. in the Shariah, religious, legal and ethical principles are fused together. Ethical behavior is governed by law, and legal behavior is understood primarily as religious and ethical.

Somewhat later, partly due to contacts and polemics with Christianity, as a result of which the first theological disputes about free will and predestination, the uncreatedness of the Koran, and divine attributes arise in Islam, Muslim speculative theology (kalam) develops, within which various schools are formed: mutazilism, asharism, maturidism. The perception of the ancient philosophical heritage (Aristotelianism, Neoplatonism) contributed to the development of certain rationalistic tendencies in theology, and in the IX-XII centuries. the emergence and flourishing of Arab philosophy [al-Kindi (Kindi), al-Farabi (Farabi), Ibn Sina, Ibn Rushd]. At the same time, Sufism is developing - a mystical trend in Islam, which originally arose as an ascetic movement, and subsequently, to one degree or another, spread to all worldview trends. As a kind of applied sciences to the main religious disciplines, grammar, mathematics, astronomy are developing. The development of all these disciplines took place in the process of close contacts of Muslims with other Eastern cultures: the Syrian one, which gave Islam translations of the Greek philosophical and scientific heritage; Byzantine, from which Islam borrowed many elements of state and administrative culture; Persian and Indian, which influenced the Muslim legal culture, the development of literature and poetry, mysticism. Byzantine, from which Islam borrowed many elements of state and administrative culture; Persian and Indian, which influenced the Muslim legal culture, the development of literature and poetry, mysticism. Byzantine, from which Islam borrowed many elements of state and administrative culture; Persian and Indian, which influenced the Muslim legal culture, the development of literature and poetry, mysticism.

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