Amal Press aims to provide the English-speaking public with a rich selection of texts from Islam's classical period.
Amal Press aims to provide the English-speaking public with a rich selection of texts from Islam's classical period. We publish key theological, doctrinal, and jurisprudential texts of the Islamic civilization by some of Islam's most influential and celebrated scholars, sages, theologians, and doctors of the law. By doing so, Amal Press seeks to present a representative cross-section of the juristic, symbolic, and methodological wisdom of centuries of Islamic thought in all important areas of knowledge. Catering for both academics and the general public, Amal Press' publications provide accessible reading for the specialists in the field of Islamic studies, Religion and Philosophy studies, Middle-East and Religious studies, as well as the general reader interested in the Muslim world, its history, politics, people, faith and customs. Publication subjects: Our publications will generally fall within, but not be restricted to, the following subjects: Doctrine (aqida) Jurisprudence (fiqh) Theology (usul al-din) Law (sharia) Ethics and psychology /Sufism (tasawuff) Historiography and biography (Tarikh) Heresiography Commitment: As an independent publishing house based in Bristol, England, Amal Press is also committed to contributing to a critical evaluation of the problems and challenges facing relations between Islam and the broader global community. Publications aim to present a moral realism in the assessment of relations and the conditions of Islam and Muslims today. In doing so, Amal Press will develop and expand its publications in the following areas: Islamic culture and Politics Islam, Globalisation and Modernity