This part offers some examples for feminist interpreters of the Qur’an like Riffat Hassan, Amina Wadud, and others
Interfaith, Intercivilizational & Intercultural
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.
This video features two prominent Islamic figures coming from two different intellectual backgrounds. Dr. Yasir Qadhi and Dr. Tariq Ramadan discuss here issues of diversity and pluralism within the Mu
Islam doesn’t justify violence against any human, man or woman. All forms of violence or harm, whether emotional, psychological or physical, are illegal in Islam. Therefore, violence against women,
Can a Muslim belong to a non-Muslim country and be loyal to that country? If this is permissible, are there any conditions which must apply to such a country to which a Muslim may give his or her loya
This is the last part of the three-part series on Feminist Interpretations of the Qur'an. It sheds light on Arabic Hermeneutics.
Copts in Egypt have the full freedom to build their worship places in the same ratio as Muslims. “The ratio of churches to Christians in Egypt is close to that of Muslims to mosques... More
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