5 entries found

The Sunni-Shia Conundrum – Part II

July 25, 2012

So what’s the difference, other than one group believing that leadership of the religion after the Prophet’s death should go to his son-in-law and the other to one of his companions? Depending on where you stand, not much because essentially […]

The Shia-Sunni Conundrum – Part 1

July 24, 2012

The Prophet of Islam, Muhammad passed away in 631 AD. From that time on, Islam and Muslims have been fighting a civil war, with the battle of Karbala in 680 AD being the defining moment when the hatred between two […]

Projek Dialog: Fostering intercultural conversations

April 1, 2012

Projek Dialog is an online portal aimed to assist Malaysian youths in their exploration and understanding of other cultures and faiths.

Living under siege part III: Ahmadiyah, a Renaissance view

December 12, 2011

Part of the Ahmadiyah series features the point of view of Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa, of the Islamic Renaissance Front ( Our attempts at obtaining views from more ‘traditional’ Muslims proved unsuccessful. The front is an intellectual organisation with the […]

Sex, Gender Politics & Religion – Obedient Wives Club

July 7, 2011

Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir (Sisters in Islam), Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa (Islamic Renaissance Front) & Dr Azalina Dato’ Jamaludin (Obedient Wives Club) discuss sex, gender politics and religion on The Evening Edition.