He advocates the incorporation of modern and in the heart of Arab culture, as it was in Japan
His concern with the decline of the condition of the Arabs has led him to conclude that "

While he is a devout , he is highly critical of the way Islam is publicly practised and the degree to which modern are governed by it.

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أبو المسرح الحديث هنريك إبسن علم نفسه
The central concern of his writings is the relative decline of , compared to the other civilizations of the world
إبراهيم البليهي
I learned early in my life that a dreadful flaw afflicts the lives of others, but at first I did not understand the reasons
From his studies he has concluded that has several deep cultural principles that make it more dynamic and more , and therefore able to develop faster, through empowering and He blames the failure of Arab societies to develop and innovate on their refusal to learn from other civilizations or to criticize the of their own society
" [ ] He has written a book titled The Qualitative Changes in Human Civilization The Middle East Media Research Institute

I became convinced that Western civilization is exceptional and pioneering, and is not an extension of the previous civilizations: it is civilization par excellence.

إبراهيم البليهي : definition of إبراهيم البليهي and synonyms of إبراهيم البليهي (Arabic)
By incorporating these principles in their , countries such as Japan managed to actually invigorate their culture and prevent it from , while simultaneously matching the West in power, freedom and standard of living
إبراهيم البليهي
Thus while Arab public society would develop along free, modern and lines, the heritage of would still provide the spiritual backbone of Arab civilization
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The excellence of the West lies not in its accomplishments in the sciences, arts and technology, but rather, these accomplishments are the outgrowth of the West's respect for profit, the free system, its liberty, and the establishment of government in the service of the people—the government belongs to the people, and they do not belong to it as like in all other countries of the world