Sir Charles Edward Archibald.


  • Constructive and not destructive
  • “Again, Islam recognizes genius and individuality. It is constructive and not destructive. For example, if a landowner who is rich and is not in need of cultivating his land refrains from doing so for some time, his property, therefore, becomes public property, and according to Islamic law, passes into the hands of the first person who cultivates it.”