What exactly is ‘Salafism’? In the absence of a unanimously agreed upon definition, I propose to elucidate the modern Salafī phenomena via an outline of its beginnings, an assessment of its parti
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- Human Conditions & Social Context
- Islamic Themes
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- Interfaith, Intercivilizational & Intercultural
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It is important to note that the true religion and message of God is one from the time of Adam to the last Prophet, Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him).
The past decades witnessed the emergence of different so-called Jihadist movements whose declared goal is to stand up against oppression and to free Muslim countries from foreign control. However, som
The Qur’an uses the term al-iqamah to denote performing as-Salah in a perfect way and the only time it uses the term al-musalli, i.e. the praying person, is when it describes the hypocrites. This in
This part offers some examples for feminist interpreters of the Qur’an like Riffat Hassan, Amina Wadud, and others
The paper examines the background of Western hermeneutics (interpretation methodology) and discusses several examples of how this has been applied to the Qur’an, particularly by feminist thinkers.
On top of the necessities that Shari`ah came to preserve and protect is religion. Religion is what differentiates human being from the other creations of Allah. It is part of the honor that Allah giv
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