Atheists and secular humanists consistently make the claim that religion is the #1 cause of violence and war throughout the history of mankind. One of hatetheism's key cheerleaders, Sam Harris, says in...
The book “Violence in Islamic Thought from the Qurʾan to the Mongols” Examines how violence was described and evaluated in the foundational texts of Islam How was violence justified in early Islam? What role did violent actions play in the formation and maintenance of the Muslim political order? How did ...
The book “Violence in Islamic Thought from the Mongols to European Imperialism” Examines the development of Muslim theological, legal, literary and cultural discussions about violence and its legitimation...
The International Conference on Muslim Minorities: Opportunities and Challenges, to be held on May 8-9, aims at spreading the culture of peace and tolerance between adherents of religions and cultures, and contributing to safeguarding the children of Muslim minorities against violence and extremism...
This two year project addresses how Muslim legal scholars have used the idea of a perfect past to try and change the imperfect present...
A workshop titled “Governance and Violence in Islamic Law” will be held on 24th November 2017 at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies University of Exeter Funded by the...
The 5th annual fiqhī workshop at Al-Mahdi Institute aims to facilitate scholarship directly addressing questions relating to the topic of “violence in Sharī ͑a and its contemporary implications...
Concerning this issue, we ought to set out to study [the true] Islam in the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His Prophet.