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Political Islam and Muslim Democracy

Political Islam and Muslim Democracy Muslim countries cannot be considered secular and liberal in the way we in the U.S. understand these qualifications, says Jocelyne Cesari, Lecturer in Islamic Studies at HDS. Cesari, who is director of Harvard’s Islam in the West Program, will talk about Muslim democracy and about her latest book, The Awakening of Muslim Democracy, during an ... Read More »

Islam and Islamism in the Arab Spring

Islam and Islamism in the Arab Spring A year since the popular uprisings known as the Arab Spring led to the overthrow of several long standing dictators, Middle East expert Asef Bayat discussed the role of Islamism during and since the revolutions in a recent lecture at the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict. Bayat, who coined the ... Read More »

Malek Fahd Islamic School again facing closure

Malek Fahd Islamic School again facing closure The nation’s largest Muslim school is again in financial crisis and facing closure after the ­federal Department of Education refused to continue funding it following years of mismanagement. In February federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham ­ordered that $20 million in commonwealth funding for Malek Fahd Islamic School in Sydney’s southwest be withdrawn in ... Read More »

Islam, Politics and the Arab Uprisings

Islam, Politics and the Arab Uprisings The history of Islam and politics encompasses a wide variety of thinkers and political ideas. It is pivotal to understand the historical context in order to comprehend the rise of Islamist movements in the Middle East and North Africa. Modern Islamist political thought was in part rooted in the rejection of European encroachment into ... Read More »


HADITH OF THE DAY Hadith-75 On the authority of Aishah, who said : The messenger of Allah said: “He who innovates something in this matter of ours that is not of it will have it rejected.” narrated by Bukhari and Muslim And in one version by Muslim it reads : “He who does an act which our matter is not ... Read More »

Principles of employment relations in Islam: A normative view

Principles of employmentrelations in Islam:a normative view Jawad SyedKent Business School, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, andAbbas J. AliEberly College of Business and Information Technology,Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania, USAAbstractPurpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe a normative perspective of employment relationsin Islam.Design/methodology/approach – The perspective on employment relations offered in this paper isbased on a ... Read More »

Accommodating Islam in the Workplace: A Work in Progress

Accommodating Islam in the Workplace: A Work in Progress Allegations by Muslims of workplace discrimination are rising, with the number of annual complaints more than doubling since 2004, according to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) data. In 2009, the EEOC received 1,490 complaints from Muslims, the fifth consecutive year the number of complaints rose. “The trend could reflect a rise ... Read More »

Working in the Islamic section of a bank even though there is mixing

QUESTION I used to work in a bank for long time, in a very respected position. Then Allah guided me, so I moved to the Islamic department in the bank. During the last three years the bank started to employee women without strict conditions. I have denounced this for two years. which made them take some superficial procedures. Then I ... Read More »


EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE OBLIGATIONS Islam has a set of basic rules and regulations for employer and employee to run their affairs.  Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) practiced and also taught these people during his time.  He founded a society where employer and employee enjoyed benefits of these basic rules.  1400 after years from his death, these basic rules still exists as ... Read More »


OUR HERITAGE BOOKS ARE INNOCENT TOP MUSLIM UNIVERSITY REJECTS REFORM, STANDS BY ‘TERRORIST CURRICULUM’ Much of the curriculum of Al Azhar—the Islamic world’s most prestigious university, located in Cairo—is based on Islamic books written in the medieval era or earlier. These books—histories, biographies of Muhammad, hadith (words and deeds of the latter), tafsirs (Koran exegeses), etc.—are often criticized by more ... Read More »