Tag: Religious Pluralism

Verse in Koran on beating wife gets a new translation

This article was first Published on March 25, 2007 at – :https://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/25/world/americas/25iht-koran.4.5017346.html CHICAGO — Laleh Bakhtiar had already spent two years working on an English translation of the Koran when she… Read more »

A Balanced Explanation of the Banu Qurayza Controversy

This article was first Published on 03 Jul, 2012 at – :https://seekersguidance.org/answers/general-counsel/a-balanced-explanation-of-the-banu-qurayza-controversy/ Answered by Ustadh Abdullah Anik Misra Question 1: Assalamu Alaykum, My questions relate to the treatment of Banu Qurayzah… Read more »

Scapegoating moderate Muslim is a bid to discredit attempts within community to reclaim Islam from extremists

If the “moderate Muslim” can be accused of being an apologist for Islam, the “agnostic Muslim” too sounds like an apologist for the Islamophobes. Written by A. Faizur Rahman https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/paris-attack-muslims-islam-reform-secularism-human-rights-scapegoating-the-moderate-7048314/ Javed Anand… Read more »

THE DECLINE OF MUSLIMS

This article was first Published on 26 jul 2020 at – : https://www.dawn.com/news/1571126/non-fiction-the-decline-of-muslims Since 9/11, issues of violence, authoritarianism and underdevelopment in the Muslim world have attracted much attention in… Read more »

In an Agartala slum, Hindus and Muslims come together to celebrate Durga Puja, brotherhood

This year, the Mollapara Durga Puja committee has cancelled cultural programmes, and is instead organising food distribution drives in their neighbourhood. Setting an example of unity and brotherhood, Hindus and… Read more »