By Ali Dashti, F. R. C. Bagley
Initially released in 1985. via use of the earliest assets including mental and sociological research `Ali Dashti brings out the truth of Mohammad’s management, dispels the fog of superstition which has outfitted up round him, and discusses difficulties that are hardly ever tested.
By Harun Yahya, Adnan Oktar
There are questions about faith that individuals search solutions to and wish to be enlightened within the top manner. even if usually, humans base their critiques on rumour instead of buying them from the true resource of faith: the Qur’an. In those booklets, you can find the main actual solutions to the entire questions you search solutions for and examine your duties in the direction of your writer. [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]
By Malise Ruthven
Islam positive aspects largely within the information, usually in its so much militant types. yet few humans within the non-Muslim global relatively comprehend the character of Islam, either as Ideology and faith. Islam: a really brief creation deals crucial perception into the constitution and ideology of this significant international religion.
Malise Ruthven solutions primary questions on the character and scope of Islam equivalent to why the best Jihad (holy battle) is now opposed to the enemies of Islam, instead of the fight opposed to evil, why Islam has such significant divisions among activities resembling the Shiis, the Sunnis, and the Wahhabis, and the way the Sharia (Islamic legislation) has turn into such an immense point of Islamic existence. moreover, he activates extra wondering into the information of Islamic resurgence as either an outdated and new idea, even if ladies can locate achievement and equality inside of an Islamic framework, and this type of difficulties dealing with Islam and its confrontations with the trendy world.
Offering clean insights and new info, Islam: a really brief creation offers a far wanted dialogue of Islam's previous, current, and destiny, and its position in glossy global religions.
By Ahmed Akgündüz
By Elias Chacour, David Hazard
This is a narrative approximately people--not politics.
Elias Chacour grew up in a small Palestinian village in Galilee. whilst tens of millions of Palestinians have been killed and approximately 1000000 pressured into refugee camps in 1948, Chacour begun an extended fight with tips on how to dwell out his own spirituality. In Blood Brothers, he blends his riveting lifestyles tale with old and biblical learn to bare a little-known part of the Arab-Israeli clash, concerning questions such as:
• What touched off the turmoil within the heart East?
• What does Bible prophecy relatively need to say?
• Can sour enemies ever be reconciled?
This overseas bestseller, now up-to-date with statement at the present nation of the Israeli-Palestinian clash, bargains desire and perception which could aid each one folks learn how to reside at peace in an international of hysteria and terror.
"Far from being peacemakers, many Christians give a contribution to a polarized dialog that truly fuels the clash. Father Chacour calls us past that. . . . thousand years after Jesus walked the Galilean hills, [Chacour] and others like him nonetheless wrestle--by deep necessity--with what it potential to like our enemies and be peacemakers in a damaged international. Entrusted with a likely most unlikely calling, Chacour chooses to persist with Jesus each step of how, and invitations us to affix him."--from the foreword by way of Gabe Lyons and Lynne Hybels
[b]Elias Chacour is a graduate of the Seminaire du Saint Sulpice in Paris and the Hebrew college in Jerusalem, and is now Archbishop of the Melkite Church. he's founding father of Mar Elias college and has outfitted colleges, libraries, neighborhood facilities, and adolescence golf equipment all through Israel's Galilee area, the place he lives, as a resource of reconciliation among Palestinians and Jews. He has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize 3 times.
David Hazard is the director of Ascent, a world "prep institution for authors"; a bestselling writer; a publishing advisor; and a writing and creativity trainer. for additional info, see his web site, www.itsyourlifebethere.com.
By Imtiyaz Yusuf
This is an period while the Islamic international is creating a diversity of makes an attempt to redefine itself and to grapple with the demanding situations of modernity. many colleges of idea have emerged which search to put glossy Islam in the context of a speedily altering modern international. Exploring and defining the connection among faith and information, Ismail Rafi Al-Faruqi, a exotic twentieth century Arab-American pupil of Islam, formulated principles that have made immense contributions to the Islam-and-modernity discourse. His evaluate of the interplay among Islam and data examines the philosophy at the back of this courting, and the ways that Islam can relate to our knowing of technological know-how, the humanities, structure, expertise and different knowledge-based fields of enquiry. This e-book contains contributions from Seyyed Hossein Nasr, John Esposito, Charles Fletcher and others, and may turn out a necessary reference aspect for students of Islam and scholars of philosophy and comparative religion.
By Shah Ismail Shaheed, Badr Azimabadi, Azimabadi Badr
By Colette Harris
Keep watch over and Subversion makes a massive contribution to the learn of Muslim societies usually, whereas additionally being a different research of a ignored sector – post-Soviet Tajikistan – a rustic gaining expanding value within the foreign enviornment of important Asia. The publication offers an intimate view of this society, informed via ethnographically amassed lifestyles histories, surprisingly together with men’s in addition to women’s. regardless of constructing major gender theories (notably reframing paintings of Judith Butler), and keeping excessive educational criteria, it is still as readable as a favored novel. regulate and Subversion investigates the connection of gender to the interior workings of social keep an eye on, reminiscent of exposing ways that Tajik society threatens men’s masculinity, thereby bringing them to strength family into conformity, without reference to the anguish this can reason. It examines how masculine and female gender features impact own relationships and explores gender family at their so much intimate – from the key musings of adolescent ladies, in the course of the painful stories of younger males, to the trauma of sexual initiation. even supposing principally targeting modern existence, the booklet additionally discusses old fabrics and Soviet effect on Tajik society. regulate and Subversion is vital studying for somebody attracted to important Asia, Muslim societies, the lives of Muslim girls, or gender in a Muslim context.
By Burjor Avari
Muslims were found in South Asia for 14 centuries. approximately forty% of the folk of this monstrous land mass stick with the faith of Islam, and Muslim contribution to the cultural history of the sub-continent has been wide. This textbook offers either undergraduate and postgraduate scholars, in addition to the overall reader, with a complete account of the historical past of Islam in India, encompassing political, socio-economic, cultural and highbrow aspects.
Using a chronological framework, the publication discusses the most occasions in every one interval among c. six hundred CE and the current day, in addition to the most important social and cultural issues. It discusses a number themes, including:
- How energy used to be secured, and the way was once it exercised
- The challenge of self assurance attributable to the coming of the West within the sub-continent
- How the Indo-Islamic synthesis in quite a few elements of lifestyles and tradition got here about
Excerpts on the finish of every bankruptcy permit for extra dialogue, and precise maps along the textual content aid visualise the adjustments via every time interval. Introducing the reader to the problems about the Islamic previous of South Asia, the ebook is an invaluable textual content for college kids and students of South Asian heritage and non secular Studies.
By Rudolf Pell Gaudio
A wealthy and engrossing account of 'sexual outlaws' within the Hausa-speaking sector of northern Nigeria, the place Islamic legislation calls for strict separation of the sexes and various principles of habit for girls and males in almost each side of life.
the 1st ethnographic learn of sexual minorities in Africa, and one among only a few works on sexual minorities within the Islamic world
Engagingly written, combining leading edge, ethnographic narrative with analyses of sociolinguistic transcripts, ancient texts, and renowned media, together with video, movie, newspapers, and song-poetry
Analyzes the social stories and expressive tradition of 'yan daudu (feminine males in Nigerian Hausaland) in terms of neighborhood, nationwide, and worldwide debates over gender and sexuality on the flip of the twenty-first century
Winner of the 2009 Ruth Benedict Prize within the type of "Outstanding Monograph"