|The Message of the Qurʾān,
Muhammad Asad, Book Foundation.Muhammad Asad born Leopold Weiss (2 July 1900 –
20 February 1992) was a Jewish-born Austrian
journalist, traveler, writer, linguist, thinker, political
theorist, diplomat and Islamic scholar. Asad was one
of the most influential European Muslims of the 20th
Mustafa Islamoglu, Dusun Yayinlari.Those who defend Islam are to produce
irrefutable proof; those who oppose Islam are
to follow suit. No matter what choices the human
makes, he is expected to make it conscientiously.
One of the goals we are pursuing with this book is
helping those who wish to learn more about Islam,
because man becomes an enemy of things or
concepts he is ignorant of. We ask Allah to grant
us a life wherein global peace reigns over Earth.
|Amina Wadud, Qur’an and Woman:
Rereading the Sacred Text from a Woman’s PerspectiveFourteen centuries of Islamic thought have produced a legacy of interpretive readings of the Qu’ran written almost entirely by men. Now, with Qu’ran and Woman, Amina Wadud provides a first interpretive reading by a woman, a reading which validates the female voice in the Qu’ran and brings it out of the shadows. Muslim progressives have long argued that it is not the religion but patriarchal interpretation and implementation of the Qu’ran that have kept women oppressed. For many, the way to reform is the reexamination and reinterpretation of religious texts.
|From the stage to the prayer mat,
Rabia Christine Brodbeck, TUGHRA BOOK. .Gracefully chronicling one Western woman’s
attraction to the universal charm of Islam and
the Prophet Muhammad, this inspirational
memoir chronicles why and how Brodbeck
journeyed from the exciting world of modern
dance in New York City to Istanbul, where she
lovingly embraced Islam. Rabia Christine
Brodbeck is a former ballerina.