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Turkey should avoid return to ‘assertive secularism’ after Erdoğan

November 22, 2021

Ahmet Kuru || 22 Nov 2021   Ahmet Kuru, a political science professor at San Diego State University, has long established himself as one of the leading scholars of secularism and Islam. His landmark 2009 book, Secularism and State Policies toward […]

Turki perlu mengelak daripada kembali kepada “sekularisme jalur keras” (assertive secularism) selepas Erdoğan

November 22, 2021

Oleh: Prof. Ahmet T. Kuru || 22 November 2021 Terjemahan: Ahmad Muziru Idham Adnan   Ahmet Kuru merupakan seorang professor sains politik di San Diego State University yang telah lama berkecimpung sebagai salah seorang sarjana terkemuka bagi perihal sekularisme dan […]

The Jammu and Kashmir Tragedy: Failure of Indian Secularism

November 12, 2021

Ahmad Fauzi Abdul Hamid | 12nd November 2021 For political philosophers, the term ‘social contract’ will be familiar as the title of a book published in 1762 by Jean Jacques Rousseau. Whether effected in the real or hypothetical realm, as […]

Dismantling the “ulema-state” is crucial for the future of Muslim-majority countries

October 13, 2021

Ahmet T. Kuru | 11st October 2021 In September 2021, the Turkish House was opened in New York with a high-level state ceremony that included President Tayyip Erdogan. The ceremony began with a prayer recited by Turkey’s chief Islamic cleric […]


August 28, 2021

Chandra Muzaffar | 28th August 2021 The mainstream Western media is full of news these days about people fleeing Kabul in the wake of the Taliban victory. Dramatic pictures of young and old scrambling to get on to jam-packed aeroplanes […]

Dr Burhanuddin al-Helmy dan PAS – Bahagian I

August 21, 2021

Ahmad Nabil Amir || 21 Ogos 2021   “Seribu orang tua hanya dapat bermimpi, satu orang pemuda dapat mengubah dunia” Presiden Soekarno Dalam sejarah politik dan struktur pemerintahan di Malaysia, Parti Islam se-Malaysia PAS memainkan peranan yang cukup penting dalam […]

Tunisian Coup: What we can learn from history

July 31, 2021

Osman Softić || 31 July 2021 Tunisian President Kais Saied (Su’ajjed) dissolved parliament on July 25th, removing the prime minister temporarily by decree. Encouraged by military and security officials, Sayed also lifted parliamentary immunity for democratically elected lawmakers, threatening to […]

Islam dan Kebebasan Agama Berinstitusi

July 30, 2021

Ahmet T Kuru || 30 July 2021 Terjemahan: Hamdan Mohd Razali   Ini merupakan artikel kedua dari siri-siri Cornerstone Forum yang diterbitkan di bawah projek Kebebasan Insititusi-Institusi Agama dalam Masyarakat (Freedom of Religious Institutions in Society – FORIS) dari RFO. […]

Muhammad Abduh and His Epistemology of Reform: Its Impact on Rashid Rida – Part III

July 9, 2021

Ahmad Nabil Amir || 9 July 2021   Discussion Abduh largely concentrated his reformist work on educational reform, and his far-reaching achievement had significantly impacted Rida’s advocacy of educational reform extensively in al-Manar. A serious undertaking in the form unprecedented […]

Islam and Institutional Religious Freedom

July 7, 2021

Ahmet T. Kuru || 7 July 2021   In July 2019, Pew Research Center published a report on religious restrictions around the world. Although Muslim-majority countries constitute only about a quarter of all cases examined in the report, they constitute […]