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Special Reports

Iran’s economy: it’s not only about economics

Tahir Mahmoud

Rabi' al-Thani 03, 14382017-01-01

Unlike most other countries, Iran’s economy is deeply linked to its political and security situation. Without taking this aspect into consideration, its economis progress cannot be properly evaluated.


The reality behind Musharraf’s apparent economic miracle in Pakistan

Zia Sarhadi

Rabi' al-Thani 03, 14272006-05-01

According to official pronouncements from Islamabad, Pakistan has never had it so good economically under the present dispensation. Officials point to the booming real estate and stock markets as well as rising sale of commodities such as cars, particularly the number of Mercedes Benzes on the road, to support their case.

Book Review

Examining the evolution and maintenance of authoritarian rule in Egypt

Laila Juma

Shawwal 27, 14232003-01-01

A Grand Delusion: Democracy and Economic Reform in Egypt by Eberhard Kienle. Pub: I B Taurus, London & New York, 2001. Pp: 274. Hbk: $24.50.​

Society and Economics in Islam: Writings and Declarations of Ayatullah Sayyid Mahmud Taleghani

Mahmud Taleghani

Rabi' al-Awwal 05, 14021982-01-01

It is the first anthology of Ayatullah Taleghani’s writings to appear in English. In fact, although some of his sermons have been translated into English elsewhere, this is the first publication in English of any portions of the writings for which he is most famous, Islam va Malikiyat (“Islam and Ownership”) and Partuvi az Qur'an (“ A Ray From the Qur’an). With its careful translation by Mr. R. Campbell, and Dr.Hamid Algar’s biographical introduction and extensive annotations, this volume is intended to serve as an authoritative introduction to the works of Ayatullah Taleghani for Muslim and non-Muslim alike. It is the core of Islam va Malikiyat that is presented here, 50 pages of the original; within the extract nothing at all has has been omitted. The commentaries on Surat al-Fatiha and Surat al-Infitar, from Partuvi az Qur’an, are also without any deletions. The remaining pieces, which form Sections II, III, and V, appear in their entirety.

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