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INTRODUCTION

Human errors as well as natural disasters are bound to occur but we as humans failed to comprehend and pay attention to the warnings of the Almighty. Until human beings begin to realized and believe the reality of the unveiling scriptures, we will know no peace. If humans learn to obey and pay comprehensive attention to the unveiling scriptures of Allah, the earth will be like a pre-heaven.  What we failed to see and realized is that, there is nothing like accident, everything is well plan by the Almighty, anything disaster is as a result of the cause of human disobeying the natural’s laws of the Almighty Allah. Yet, the Almighty has overlook this unlawful nature of mankind, He still do not want His creatures to suffer the consequences of their misdeeds and   of but it doesn’t mean there is no solution.

There has been wide spread of violence, natural disasters and so forth, across the length and breadth of the universe. Disasters like earthquakes, air disaster, and Sea disaster are so common these days. The question I ask is why are these disasters so rampant these days? What can we do to curb these happenings?

 

 

1.  GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS

Most countries will face serious economic difficulties. The socio-economic policies of the world need to be reviewed and should be aimed at empowering the masses by promoting the well-being of the youth. Much effort should therefore be made to get the unemployed youth employed in order to curb future global economic crises.

  • The World Bank has warned the international community to brace for slow growth and economic challenges in 2012, as the International Monetary Fund said it would seek an additional $500bn in lending resources to help mitigate the worsening financial crisis.

In a report issued late on Tuesday, the Washington-based bank substantially cut its forecasts for growth in both developed and poorer nations in its twice-yearly report, issued late on Tuesday. “Europe appears to have entered recession, and growth in several major developing countries [Brazil, India and to a lesser extent Russia, South Africa and Turkey] has slowed,” the bank said as it updated forecasts made last June.

It predicted the global economy will expand by 2.5 per cent in 2012 and by 3.1 per cent in 2013, well behind the 3.6 per cent growth for each year that the bank had projected in June. Read the rest of this entry »