Chen-Bo Zhong and Katie Liljenquist, “Washing Away Your Sins: Threatened Morality and Physical Cleansing”, Science, New Series, Vol. 313, No. 5792 (Sep. 8, 2006), pp. 1451-1452. To access or download, please click here. Abstract Physical cleansing has been a focal element in religious ceremonies for thousands of years. The prevalence of this practice suggests a psychological […]
Uriya Shavit, “The Wasati and Salafi Approaches to the Religious Law of Muslim Minorities”, Islamic Law and Society, 19 (2012), 416-457. To access or download, please click here. Abstract The article explores the evolution of competing approaches to the religious law of Muslim minorities (fiqh al-aqalliyyāt al-muslima): the wasaṭī and the salafī. Both approaches are grounded in […]
There must be some lessons can be learned about dakwah planning from this article. To access and download, please click here.
(This article was re-published in At-Takwin magazine of Perdaus, Oct-Dec 2000. It was originally published in Al-Aqsa: Journal concerned with issues on Jerusalem, vol. 1, no. 2, 1999 ) (c) Dr. Azzam Tamimi, Director of Institute of Islamic Political Thought, London. This article was prepared for the National Conference on the Centrality of Al-Aqsa […]
(This article was first published in At-Takwin magazine of Perdaus, Oct-Dec 2000) (c) Dr. Ayah Muslim, the writer is a dakwah activist in Singapore Palestine is a land of great historical and religious significance. It is here that the world’s oldest city, Jericho is located, as is Jerusalem, the city which contain sites holy to […]
To access and download, click here Scheherazade S. Rehman and Hossein Askari, “How Islamic are Islamic Countries?” , Global Economy Journal, vol. 10, issue 2, 2010, pp. 1-37 Abstract In the post 9/11 era, there is growing interest in the complex relationship between religion, economics, finance, politics, law, and social behavior. This has brought with it […]