Posts Tagged ‘ EP – Democracy ’

Islam, Democracy, and Khilafat: A Response to The Economist
Is Islam compatible with liberal democracy? What are the implications of an Islamic caliphate? Questions posed by a recent article in The Economist are answered. (Nakasha Ahmad - USA, Shehzad Ahmad - UK)
Africa – The Invisible Continent
An analysis of how the effects of war, trade and debt have left Africa in trouble, and how religion can help to bring about change. (Mujeebur Rahman - UK)
THE ROLE OF TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION THE ROLE OF TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION: THE CASE OF GHANA
A paper presented at a workshop on regional issues and challenges of reconciliation in West Africa. (Maulawi A. Wahab Adam – Ghana)
True Islamic teachings Compared to Al-Qaeda’s Doctrine
A paper read at the networks of instability seminar in Brussels. Religious terrorists, disowned by their own faith, have mentors who provide them with the political justification in pursuit of their objective of dying as martyrs. The teachings of Islam totally condemn terrorists and suicide bombers. (M. A. Ashraf)
The Road to Social Peace
Comparison of the teachings of various faiths about the responsibilities of both the individual within society, and government towards all members of society, and the facets of both individual and government behaviour that lead to social peace. (Fazal Ahmad - UK)
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(Tariq Ahmad - UK)