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25 Years On, The Dayton Peace Agreement Is a Ticking Time Bomb

November 21, 2020 by Dr Emir Hadzikadunic

Throughout Danis Tanovic’s Oscar-winning film “No Man’s Land,” a viewer waits distressingly for the bouncing mine to explode below the body of Cera, an injured Bosnian soldier lying in a trench. The last moments of this antiwar satire do not […]

The Paradox Between Shoe Diagram and Sound Mind

November 18, 2020

Muhammad Irwan Ariffin || 18 November 2020 I am appalled when I read the statement issued by the Mufti of the Federal Territory on the issue of using the diagram of the Prophet’s shoe to invoke the blessings of Allah […]

Déjà Vu In France: Change Attitudes

November 2, 2020 by Chandra Muzaffar

Chandra Muzaffar || 1 November 2020   As events unfold in France centring around Islamophobia, there is a feeling of déjà vu. We have witnessed a few times before this sequence of events. There is some provocation or other targeting […]

Freedom of Expression or Freedom to incite Hatred and Violence?

October 30, 2020 by Lucy J. Aguilar

Lucy J. Aguilar || 30 October 2020   As a neutral (non-Muslim and non-religious) world citizen, I’m indignant at the media’s pathetic attempt to garner public sympathy by portraying Charlie Hebdo as a staunch defender of the freedom of expression, […]

Pandangan Muhammad Asad Tentang Syariah

October 11, 2020

Ahmad Nabil Amir || 11 Oktober 2020   Muqaddimah “The great mistake [of the Fundamentalists], is that most of these leaders start with the hudud, criminal punishment. This is the end result of the sharia [Islamic law], not the beginning. […]

Konsep Jihad dalam aL-Qur’an menurut Tafsiran Klasik dan Moden – Bahagian II

October 2, 2020

Oleh: Asma Afsaruddin Terjemahan: Ahmad Muziru Idham Adnan   (Artikel asal diterbitkan dalam salah satu bab dalam buku The Oxford Handbook of Qur’anic Studies, suntingan Muhammad Abdel Haleem dan Mustafa Shah)   Surah at-Taubah: Ayat 5 dan Surah at-Taubah: Ayat […]

Killing for the sake of something called … ART: The Charlie Hebdo Affair

October 1, 2020 by Shabbir Akhtar

Shabbir Akhtar || 1stOct 2020   The trial of a dozen French Muslims, accused of complicity in the Charlie Hebdo killings, has started.  The French artistic elite repeat their mantra: ‘Relax: it is only satire.’ But why should we not take […]

Konsep Jihad dalam aL-Qur’an menurut Tafsiran Klasik dan Moden – Bahagian I

September 27, 2020

Oleh: Asma Afsaruddin Terjemahan: Ahmad Muziru Idham Adnan (Artikel diterbitkan dalam salah satu bab dalam buku The Oxford Handbook of Qur’anic Studies, suntingan Muhammad Abdel Haleem dan Mustafa Shah) Abstrak dan Kata Kunci Bab ini memberi fokus terhadap tiga konsep […]

Beirut Blast

August 9, 2020 by Chandra Muzaffar

Chandra Muzaffar || 9 August 2020   Four days after the Beirut Blast of 4th August 2020, the Lebanese president, Michel Aoun, has attempted to explain what caused the largest explosion since the end of the Second World War. He […]

Wawancara dengan International Quran News Agency (IQNA) Mengenai Ali Shariati dalam memperingati Ulangtahun Kematiannya yang ke-43 | 18th June 2020

June 18, 2020 by Ahmad Muziru Idham (Penterjemah)

Prolog Ali Shariati, (dilahirkan pada tanggal 23 November 1933, Mazīnān, Iran – meninggal dunia pada 18 Jun, 1977, England), merupakan seorang intelektual Iran dan pengkritik terhadap rejim Reza Shah Pahlawi. Ali Shariati membangunkan sebuah perspektif baru terhadap sejarah dan sosiologi […]