Review Article : A New Hope for Moderation

  The New Hope for Moderation Pradana Boy Zulian University of Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia   IN many of my writings on recent religious landscape in Indonesia, I frequently quoted the late Peter L Berger’s analysis on the marginalization of religion against the secularization backdrop. As a sociologist of religion, among his earliest academic concern was […]

Highlights from Mardin

Special thanks for the ILN 9th Conference donors and partners: Atlas Network, Acton Institute, Association for Liberal Thinking and Mardin Artuklu University. After 3 years of virtual activities and online conferences, the ILN 9th International Conference was held on October 27th and 28th 2022 in Mardin, Türkiye, in partnership with Mardin Artuklu University.The best way […]

Why does Islam have such a terrible reputation?

Mohammed Amin is Chairman of the Islam & Liberty Network Council. He is writing in a personal capacity. Grammatically, Islam is an abstract noun. Logically, Islam’s reputation should be determined by people evaluating the ideas constituting Islam and deciding what they think of those ideas. However, the world does not work that way. In practice, […]

Tunisia democratic backslide

Author is CEO of Islam & Liberty Network. These views are written in his personal capacity. Tunisia has been considered a beacon of representative democracy in the Arab world. It is now experiencing a democratic backslide. Tunisia conducted a referendum on 25th July 2022. At least one quarter of Tunisians have voted in a controversial […]

ISLAM AND STATE‐​SKEPTICISM

ISLAM AND STATE‐​SKEPTICISM                                                  Author: Yahya Alshamy Yahya Alshamy is a first year PhD student in the Department of Economics, Graduate Fellow in the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, […]

Researching (for) desirable futures: How can we theorize what does not exist?

Author: Dr. Ali Aslan Gümüsay   Dr. Ali Aslan Gümüsay is Head of Research Group Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society |Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society Researcher|University of Hamburg         Like many of our colleagues, we came to academia through a combination of intellectual curiosity to understand the world of organizations and management […]

Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Refugee Crisis and Human Rights

Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Refugee Crisis and Human Rights                                                  Author: Azeemah Saleem Assistant Professor at the Center for Communication and Critical Thinking, JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur, India   The Organization of […]

The Prayer Must Be Free

Author : Adnan Abbasi is currently pursuing Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) degree majoring in Social and Political Science from Ahmedabad University. He is a Writing Fellow at Students for Liberty’s Fellowship for Freedom in India.   The origin of human beings in Islam is an interesting story, quite like the ones found in Christianity and Judaism, […]

Religions have a central yet underexplored impact on business & society

Author: Dr. Ali Aslan Gümüsay   Dr. Ali Aslan Gümüsay is Head of Research Group Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Society |Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society Researcher|University of Hamburg       Faith is a social fact that is underexplored in studies at the intersection of business and society. As it is oftentimes quite contentious, it […]

Politics in the Pandemic and Information Age

Politics in the Pandemic and Information Age                                                                                                Author: […]