Ibn Umar (Allah be pleased with them) reported that Allah's Messenger (may peace be, upon him) ordered the killing of dogs except the dog tamed for hunting, or watching of the herd of sheep or other domestic animals. It was said to Ibn Umar (Allah be pleased with them) that Abu Huraira (Allah be pleased with him) talks of (exception) about the dog for watching the field, whereupon he said: Since Abu Huraira (Allah be pleased with him) possessed land. Sahih Muslim (4102)   
Narrated `Adi bin Hatim: I asked the Prophet (about the hunting dogs) and he replied, "If you let loose (with Allah's name) your tamed dog after a game and it hunts it, you may eat it, but if the dog eats of (that game) then do not eat it because the dog has hunted it for itself." I further said, "Sometimes I send my dog for hunting and find another dog with it. He said, "Do not eat the game for you have mentioned Allah's name only on sending your dog and not the other dog." Sahih Bukhari (175)   
The globalization process needed to be tamed and managed by the international community in such a way as to facilitate the integration of LDCs in the world economy and bring about the more equal sharing of its benefits.   
The globalization process needed to be tamed and managed by the international community in such a way as to facilitate the integration of LDCs in the world economy and bring about the more equal sharing of its benefits.   
The globalization process needed to be tamed and managed by the international community in such a way as to facilitate the integration of LDCs in the world economy and bring about the more equal sharing of its benefits.   
The globalization process needed to be tamed and managed by the international community in such a way as to facilitate the integration of LDCs in the world economy and bring about the more equal sharing of its benefits.   
I would like particularly to quote the words of the medieval Armenian chronicler, Kirakos Gandzaketsi, who wrote about the leadership of one of the first Turkish Seljuk leaders, Melik Shah, who freed the Armenian priesthood from having to pay taxes. The quote is that "He tamed the universe, not by violence, but through love and peace."   
I would like particularly to quote the words of the medieval Armenian chronicler, Kirakos Gandzaketsi, who wrote about the leadership of one of the first Turkish Seljuk leaders, Melik Shah, who freed the Armenian priesthood from having to pay taxes. The quote is that "He tamed the universe, not by violence, but through love and peace."