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Special Reports

“Where are the Moderate Muslims?”

John Andrew Morrow

Ramadan 06, 14382017-06-01

An anti-Islamic Youtube video presented by one Hussein Aboubakr, and promoted by “Prager University”, immediately poses a problem of credibility. Prager is not a university; it is merely a Youtube channel promoted by the right wing radio host, Dennis Prager.


Lessons of the shari‘ah controversy in the UK

Iqbal Siddiqui

Safar 23, 14292008-03-01

Every month or two, a new controversy concerning Islam and Muslims erupts in the UK. Sometimes they concern terrorism or extremism, sometimes education or women, sometimes anti-semitism. Often they are based on wildly sensationalised reports of the statements of some Muslim or another, stoked up by the right-wing media to demonise the Muslim community as whole.


Proposal to use Shari’ah for family disputes in Canada exposes secular Muslims

Crescent International

Rajab 16, 14252004-09-01

hat a proposal to use the Shari‘ah to arbitrate in Muslim family disputes in the province of Ontario should evoke vehement opposition from a Muslim group--the Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW)--has shocked the 700,000-strong Muslim community in Canada...


NWFP Shari’ah Bill causes consternation in Pakistan

Zia Sarhadi

Rabi' al-Thani 16, 14242003-06-16

That the unanimous approval of the Shari’ah Bill by the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) assembly on June 2 should send the secular elites into a frenzy is a telling sign of the true state of affairs in the "Islamic Republic" of Pakistan.

Islamic Movement

Demands for implementation of Shari’ah being debated in Indonesia

Mohamed Yehia

Dhu al-Qa'dah 13, 14232003-01-16

One feature of the increasing assertiveness of Indonesia’s Islamic movements is the demand that the Shari’ah be implemented as a solution to its social ills. ABDAR RAHMAN KOYA discusses the implications of this issue.

Book Review

Compelling case, based on Shari'ah, for removing the House of Saud

Mohammed H. Siddiq

Sha'ban 12, 14191998-12-01

This book challenges the legitimacy of the Saudi monarchy as well as attempts to draw attention to the unjust activities of the regime...

The Islamic Law and Constitiuition

Sayyid Abul A'la Maududi

Shawwal 22, 13891970-01-01

A book like the present one, which has not been written in the common textbook style, may not cater to all the academic needs of a student or Islamic Law and Constitution, who wants to study the subject in all its multifarious details, but I do hope, it will prove of immense help to all those persons who want to study the nature of the Islamic State, its theory, form and underlying principles, and who wish to understand how the Islamic Law can be implemented in a modern state. Today there are many countries whose Muslim population is, after attaining independence, naturally eager to base its polity on those principles and traditions of Islam which are a demand of its faith and conscience.The people want that the Islamic Law should be introduced in their respective countries so that they may follow a law which they owe their honest and sincere allegiance.

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