This collection of papers presents a reformist project calling upon Muslim intellectuals and scholars everywhere to comprehend the vast breadth and depth of the crisis engulfing Muslim thought today and the necessity of solving this crisis to enable the Ummah to experience a revival and fulfill its role among the nations of the world.
Muslims in non-Muslim Lands traces the process by which these migrants arrived in Western Europe-in particular Britain-and explains how the community developed its faith identity through three particular stances: assimilation, isolation and integration.
In this important and timely work ElSayed Amin engages the Qur’an exegetical tradition to critique misreadings of the Qur’an that have been used to establish violence as the relational norm between Muslims and non-Muslims.
An academic journal by Zaytuna College, a Muslim liberal arts college in California, in which influential scholars, theologians, and writers collaborate to produce reliable essays that address key moral questions and debates on topics such as philosophy, ethics, theology, politics, social-sciences, and history.
This book should be required reading for teachers and students of the overlaps between religion, politics, identity and culture in Political Science, Religious Studies/Theology, Middle East/ Islamic Studies, International Relations, Counter-Terrorism.
This treatise, authored by al-Ḥabīb 'Umar Bin Ḥafīz, a master of the inward and outward sciences of Islam, is a timely and significant contribution to the field of Fiqh al-Da'wa (the principles of calling people to Allah).