By Sohaib SULTAN,Malek CHEBEL
Entrez dans le livre saint des musulmans
Le Coran est au centre de los angeles vie et de los angeles tradition musulmane depuis plus de 1 four hundred ans. Toute interprétation de l'islam et de son rôle dans le monde doit, pour être légitime aux yeux des musulmans, s'enraciner dans les textes de l'Ecriture sainte. Le Coran est ainsi pour les musulmans le Livre par excellence, que Malek Chebel décrypte ici pour les lecteurs de tous horizons.
Dans Le Coran pour les Nuls, vous découvrirez notamment :
l'histoire du livre Saint et sa compilation
l'art et les méthodes d'interprétations du Coran (l'exégèse)
la imaginative and prescient de l'homme et de Dieu dans le Coran
le rôle du Coran en tant que consultant intime des fidèles dans leur vie de tous les jours (préceptes, éthique et vie spirituelle)
le rapport du Coran au monde et ses enseignements sur los angeles société, los angeles loi, los angeles guerre et l. a. paix, les femmes, los angeles modernité.
Avec les Nuls, affinez votre regard sur l. a. foi musulmane et vos connaissances des traditions islamiques !
By Charlotte Pezeril
By Edward Sell
By Erin E. Stiles,Katrina Daly Thompson,Susan F. Hirsch
Muslim groups during the Indian Ocean have lengthy wondered what it ability to be a “good Muslim.” a lot contemporary scholarship on Islam within the Indian Ocean considers debates between Muslims approximately authenticity, authority, and propriety. regardless of the centrality of this subject inside reviews of Indian Ocean, African, and different Muslim groups, little of the prevailing scholarship has addressed such debates in terms of ladies, gender, or sexuality. but ladies are deeply concerned with principles approximately what it ability to be a “good Muslim.”
In Gendered Lives within the Western Indian Ocean, anthropologists, historians, linguists, and gender reviews students research Islam, sexuality, gender, and marriage at the Swahili coast and in different places within the Indian Ocean. The booklet examines various websites of empowerment, contradiction, and resistance affecting cultural norms, Islam and concepts of Islamic authenticity, gender expectancies, ideologies of modernity, and British schooling. The book’s awareness to either masculinity and femininity, huge exam of the transnational area of the Swahili coast, and inclusion of analysis on non-Swahili teams at the East African coast makes it a distinct and imperative resource.
Contributors: Nadine Beckmann, Pat Caplan, Corrie Decker, Rebecca Gearhart, Linda Giles, Meghan Halley, Susan Hirsch, Susi Keefe, Kjersti Larsen, Elisabeth McMahon, Erin Stiles, and Katrina Daly Thompson
By Farahnaz Ispahani
Today, non-Muslims contain a trifling three percentage of the inhabitants, and lately all non-Sunnis were subjected to expanding degrees of persecution and violence. What happened?
In Purifying the Land of the Pure, Farahnaz Ispahani analyzes Pakistan's regulations in the direction of its non secular minority populations, starting from the time of independence in 1947. She notes the interval of transition from an inclusive coverage to an unique one, bringing up the impression of a few spiritual and political leaders who invoked a brand new imaginative and prescient for Pakistan. The note "pakistan" is Urdu for "Land of the Pure"; therefore, of their view, it that the target for Pakistan's construction may be extra particular and slim: to create an Islamic kingdom. In 1949, Pakistan's Constituent meeting ratified this target, which set the rustic at the course it used to be to stick to. yet as Ispahani rigorously notes, the development that sped up the velocity in the direction of intolerance of non-Sunnis used to be common Zia-ul-Haq's forceful ascent to energy in 1977. His army regime promoted Sunni Islam on the price of alternative denominations in order that via the top of his reign, Pakistan was once now not a welcome position for minorities. Many fled, yet those that remained confronted escalating persecution, from either kingdom and non-state actors. Tens of hundreds of thousands died within the resulting "purifying" assaults. Ispahani lines this heritage, stressing how the contradictions on the center of the Pakistani state-building venture have fueled the intolerance.
Concise but sweeping in its assurance, Purifying the Land of the Pure is vital interpreting for somebody attracted to figuring out why Pakistan is still affected by radicalism and violence.
By Eric Walberg
ramifications of the a number of kingdom destruction because of Western aggression. It addresses
these questions: what's left of the ancient heart East upheavals of 1979 (Afghanistan, Iran)
and 2011 (the Arab Spring)? How does 9-11 healthy into the equation of Islamic resistance? Is al-Qaeda’
s long-term undertaking nonetheless on the right track? What are the possibilities that ISIS can be triumphant in Iraq and Syria?
Are they and likeminded jihadists dupes of imperialism or valid resistance movements?
The imperial technique of manipulating Islamists to advertise imperial ends is at the least centuries
old. rising such a lot particularly in T.E. Lawrence’s use of Arabs to fracture the Ottoman Empire, it led
to the particular production of ‘Islamic states’ (Saudi Arabia and Pakistan) allied with the West; ongoing
cooperation among western safety forces and Islamists against socialist regimes; and
the financing and coaching of jihadists.
But the principally nonviolent 1979 Iranian revolution, encouraged via antipathy in the direction of the neocolonial
regime and a deep non secular religion, was once performed within the identify of Islam and had echoes in the
Sunni global. that very same 12 months, it caused Saudi rebels to occupy the Kaaba in a desperate
attempt to spark revolution, Syrian Islamists to upward push opposed to their secular dictator Hafez al-Assad
in 1980, and destiny al-Qaeda chief Ayman Zawahiri to conspire to assassinate Egyptian
president Sadat in 1981.
But those uprisings have been overwhelmed, and the Sunni global remained mired in its neocolonial
purgatory, defeated by way of empire’s machinations and falling prey to Saudi instigations opposed to Shia
Sunni jihadists’ refusal to work out via and foil the empire’s concepts to co-opt their efforts
doomed al-Qaeda and the Taliban’s conflict with the empire from the beginning, and dooms the project
to withstand empire in post-war Afghanistan and Iraq today.
Part I addresses the colonial legacy, the that means of jihad, and the parallel hobbies among
Sunni and Shia to confront imperialism
Part II considers the most figures one of the â€˜neo-Wahhabiâ€™ circulate: Azzam, Bin Laden,
and Zawahiri. The justification of indiscriminate violence is wondered, as is their legacy. It then
turns to the hobbies to re-establish the Caliphate, the colour Revolutions and the Arab Spring,
and the event of key Muslim-majority nations long ago twenty years (Turkey,
Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Iran).
It then sums up the kingdom of the ummah within the twenty first century and clients for destiny Islamic
resistance to imperialism.
By Niamh Reilly,Stacey Scriver
The re-emergence of faith as an important cultural, social and political, strength isn't gender impartial. Tensions among claims for women’s equality and the rights of sexual minorities on one part and the claims of religions at the different facet are well-documented throughout all significant religions and areas. it's also good famous in feminist scholarship that gender identities and ethno-religious identities interact in advanced ways in which are usually exploited by way of dominant teams. therefore, a extra complete figuring out of the altering function and impression of faith within the public sphere extra extensively calls for complicated, multidisciplinary and comparative gender analyses.
Most contemporary dialogue on those issues, even if, specifically in Europe, has targeted totally on the perceived subordinate prestige of Muslim ladies. those debates are a reminder of the deep interrelation of questions of gender, identification, human rights and non secular freedom extra typically. The really slim (albeit very important) purview of such discussions thus far, despite the fact that, underscores the necessity to expand the horizon of enquiry vis-à-vis faith, gender and the general public sphere past the binary of ‘Islam as opposed to the West’. Religion, Gender and the general public Sphere moves gender from the outer edge to the centre of latest debates in regards to the position of faith in public and political existence. It bargains a well timed, multidisciplinary selection of gender-focused essays that handle an array of demanding situations bobbing up from the altering function and impression of spiritual enterprises, identities, actors and values within the public sphere in modern multicultural and democratic societies.
By Mahmoud M. Ayoub
By Jonathan P. Berkey
By Fahad Abbas
It talks concerning the lifestyles and evidence of God, refutes a variety of claims made opposed to the Prophet, offers a bright description of the faith of Islam after the loss of life of the Holy Prophet, explains the occasions prior to and after Karbala in nice element, and most significantly, refutes falsehood whereas upholding to the reality in a manner that summarizes the faith of Quran and Ahlulbayt.
Indulge your self within the ocean of data through checking out how the Muslims handled the family of the Prophet after his dying, proof for the suggestions in Shia Islam, and the way peace will be accomplished on this planet during the Quran and my Peace Theory.