The fine scholar Michel de Certeau wrote: “Even more, in history as in other fields, one day or another a practice without theory will necessarily drift into dogmatism of ‘eternal... read more →
Read posts that foster a deeper conversation on Muslim Ethics and sharia law.
The theater of Macron’s crusade is his own backyard, the banlieues—from where the uncivilized darkness will lift when floodlit by the vaunted French version of secularism, laïcité. MoosaSecularismsPrisonersPDF Link here:... read more →
My latest contribution to Critical Muslim, 34 thematic issue: Destinations. New Territories is my contribution and I thank the publisher Hurst and the editor Ziauddin Sardar for allowing me to... read more →
BBC InterviewI am sure the Muslim community the world over will welcome the resumption of umra visits, voluntary visits to the Muslim holy places in Makka and Madina, as announced... read more →
:: Muwaṭṭaʾ Roundtable :: Journey of the Muwaṭṭaʾ in different periods of the history of South Asia: Shāh Walīyullāh’s Pursuit of Mālik Posted on December 8, 2019 by islamiclawblog By Ebrahim Moosa (University of Notre... read more →