Muslims are now the largest religious minority in the United Kingdom.
Why four schools of thought? Is it necessary to follow one? Discussion on these and other questions. A great book for those confused about this subject.
The booklet intends to introduce non-Arabic speakers to one of the most seminal genres of Muslim religious literature, namely, the hadith commentary.
The racialized discourse prevalent in our own era has over the centuries proven alien to the societies which developed under the inspiration of Islam.
The Great Edifice of Islamic Law is held up by four towering figures of the early middle ages: Abu Hanifa, Malik, al-Shafi’i, and Ibn Hanbal.
Recently a pamphlet has been circulated around Oxford saying that evolution is synonymous with kufr and shirk.
Set in the dramatic last days of the Ottoman Empire, this novel of love and bloodshed depicts a world trapped between Islam and the modern age.
There are few topics that generate as much controversy today in Islam as what is sunna and what is bida or reprehensible innovation.
A Common Word:Text and Reflections: A Resource for Parishes and Mosques.