By Sami Awad Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh
Cet ouvrage encyclopédique illustre l. a. complexité des rapports entre l’islam et le droit dans les can pay arabes. Après une présentation des fondements du droit musulman et de son program en tout temps et en tout lieu, il examine l’impact de l. a. faith musulmane sur :
– le droit de los angeles famille et des successions : absence d’unité juridique, inégalité entre homme et femme, inégalité entre musulmans et non-musulmans ;
– le droit pénal : sanctions, apostasie, éthique sexuelle, limites du activity et de los angeles liberté artistique, interdits alimentaires et abattage rituel ;
– le droit médical : avortement, hindrance des naissances et planification familiale, clonage, mutilations sexuelles ;
– le droit socio-économique : solidarité entre riches et pauvres, zakat et impôts, intérêts et banques, assurances, biens en commun, travail et éducation de l. a. femme.
Il discover en détail de multiples questions juridiques, morales et sociales qui préoccupent aujourd’hui non seulement les citoyens des will pay arabes mais aussi les musulmans vivant en Occident.
By Irene Schneider
By F.R.C. Bagley
Originally 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 equipped up round him, and discusses difficulties that are not often tested.
By Mehboob Desai
By Abu Hamid ALGHAZALI
Sont également exposés les sentiments et émotions régulant ces différents genres de compagnonnage ; amour, amitié, indifférence ou encore aversion et haine. Dans quel cadre sont-elles justifiables et dans quel autre elles ne le sont plus. En somme, nous trouvons ici sous los angeles plume d’un maître aguerri à ce style de family qu’il a toutes éprouvées par lui-même, l’exposé doctrinal des règles des convenances spirituelles (al-Adâb). Le lecteur se rendra rapidement compte que l. a. qualification de « frère » usité entre croyants comporte des devoirs précis et qu’ainsi il ne peut et ne doit aucunement être pris à l. a. légère.
By Elizabeth Kendal
Despised as infidels (unbelievers) and kafir (unclean), Mesopotamia's indigenous Christian peoples are distinctive by means of fundamentalist Muslims and jihadists for subjugation, exploitation, and removing.
Pushed deep into the fog of battle, buried lower than a mountain of propaganda, and rendered invisible through a shroud of silence, they're betrayed and deserted by way of the West's "progressive" political, educational, and media elites who dangle to utopian fantasies approximately Islam whereas nurturing deep-seated hostility in the direction of Christianity.
If they're to outlive as a humans of their historical fatherland, the Christians of Mesopotamia will desire the entire aid they could get. If Western civilization is to outlive as a strength in its ancient heartland (Europe), then we had larger begin seeing, listening to, and believing the Christians of the center East, for his or her plight prefigures our own.
"In her newest ebook, Elizabeth Kendal opens the eyes of her readers in compelling model to the tragedy that has befallen heart japanese Christians. Her large event as a non secular liberty analyst has trained this paintings, that is immediately an insightful survey of previous ancient and political occasions, and a decision to motion on behalf of persecuted Christians. No reader may fail to be moved by means of this robust study."
--Peter Riddell, Vice relevant, Melbourne tuition of Theology
"Anyone all in favour of the atrocities inflicted upon minority Christians within the Middle-East at the present time will treasure this ebook. Kendal confronts readers with a present fact that can't be shunned. a really pertinent and well timed book."
--His Grace Bishop Anba Suriel, Coptic Orthodox Bishop, Diocese of Melbourne and Affiliated areas; Dean, St. Athanasius Coptic Orthodox Theological collage, Melbourne
"In After Saturday Comes Sunday, Kendal provides us a penetrating perception right into a global that hides in the back of a cloak of spiritual righteousness. In different phrases, after the Jews come the Christians. This ebook profoundly resonates with the Assyrian Christians of the center East that experience suffered and proceed to undergo enormously. Elizabeth Kendal has unveiled the truth."
--Hermiz Shahen, Deputy Secretary normal, Assyrian common Alliance, Australia
"Kendal's e-book is a godsend to an individual who's at a loss to appreciate what lies in the back of the soreness within the center East. Drawing on authoritative voices from the zone, her clear-eyed research untangles the conflicts with the center and perception of a prophet. She offers a sobering account of the West's complicity within the atrocities--and what we will be able to do to convey therapeutic in a difficulty as appalling because the indifference to it."
--Jeff M. , Editor, Persecution information provider, Morning famous person News
Elizabeth N. Kendal is a world spiritual liberty analyst and recommend. She authors the weekly non secular Liberty Prayer Bulletin, serves because the Director of Advocacy for Christian religion and Freedom (Canberra), and is an accessory examine Fellow on the Arthur Jeffery Centre for the learn of Islam at Melbourne institution of Theology, an affiliated university of the Australian collage of Theology. Her earlier ebook, Turn again the conflict: Isaiah Speaks to Christians Today, offers a biblical reaction to persecution and existential threat.
By Matthew Pierce
By Fay Afaf Kanafani
By Aditya Behl,Wendy Doniger
These curious romantic stories transmit a profound spiritual message throughout the medium of adventurous tales of affection. even supposing composed within the Muslim courts, they're written in a vernacular Indian language and contain Hindu yogis, Hindu princes and princesses, and Hindu gods. before, they've got defied research. Behl exhibits that the Sufi authors of those fascinating stories sought to show an Islamic imaginative and prescient through an Indian idiom. They therefore represent the earliest try on the indigenization of Islamic literature in an Indian environment. extra very important, in spite of the fact that, Behl's research brilliantly illuminates the cosmopolitan and composite tradition of the Sultanate India within which they have been composed. This in flip compels us thoroughly to reconsider the traditional of the competition among Indian Hindu and overseas Muslim and realize that the Indo-Islamic tradition of this period was once already considerably Indian in lots of vital ways.
By John Alden Williams