ILSU, Iran – Workshop Report

Islam and Liberty Summer University Iran Islam and Liberty Network (ILN) organized a 5-day long regional resident workshop, Islam and Liberty Summer University 2018 (ILSU), between 16th  and 20th July 2018  at the Mofid University, Qom, near Tehran, which is one of the leading centres of Islamic Economics in Iran. It featured guest speakers giving…

Details

Episode 005 – Ali Salman – Building an Islamic Case of Open Market

Islam and Liberty Podcast presents a lively discussion on topical issues around Islam, Society and Economy led by leading experts. The general orientation is towards intellectual dimensions of the relationship between Islam and liberty with focus on religious, civil, political and economic liberties as understood in the Islamic discourse. This webinar was originally recorded on…

Details

One-Day Seminar in Peshawar

A one-day seminar on Islam and Liberty was held for the students of IM Sciences, Peshawar. It was arranged by ILN alumnus from Pakistan, Fida-Ur-Rahman. The seminar was addressed by Prof. Dr. Tang Shuxian, Institute of Ethnic and Religious Studies, Northwest University of Political Science and Law, China. The session began with a brief introduction…

Details

Islam and Liberty Summit – Kabul

Afghanistan Economic & Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) jointly with Islam & Liberty Network and cooperation of The White Assembly organized a one-day summit under the title of “Islam & Liberty Summit” in 21st of Feb 2019 in Kabul, Afghanistan. The summit covered various topics about the compatibility of Islam with free society values; and the…

Details

Episode 004 – Mustafa Acar – Reason vs Tradition, The Intellectual Battle in Muslim Thought

Islam and Liberty Podcast presents a lively discussion on topical issues around Islam, Society and Economy led by leading experts. The general orientation is towards intellectual dimensions of the relationship between Islam and liberty with focus on religious, civil, political and economic liberties as understood in the Islamic discourse. This webinar was originally recorded on…

Details

Episode 003 – Zainah Anwar – Seeking Equality for Women in Islam

Islam and Liberty Podcast presents a lively discussion on topical issues around Islam, Society and Economy led by leading experts. The general orientation is towards intellectual dimensions of the relationship between Islam and liberty with focus on religious, civil, political and economic liberties as understood in the Islamic discourse. This webinar was originally recorded on…

Details

Episode 002 – Nader Hashemi – Is Liberty an Islamic Value

Islam and Liberty Podcast presents a lively discussion on topical issues around Islam, Society and Economy led by leading experts. The general orientation is towards intellectual dimensions of relationship between Islam and liberty with focus on religious, civil, political and economic liberties as understood in the Islamic discourse. This webinar was originally recorded on the…

Details

Islamization of Knowledge Needs a Stock-Taking

Ali Salman In 1987, the celebrated Malaysian intellectual and philosopher Syed Naquib Al-attas founded International Institute of Islamic Civilization (ISTAC) in Kuala Lumpur with the support of then Minister of Education Anwar Ibrahim. ISTAC was a part of institutionalization of the Islamization of knowledge project, which formally dates back to an international conference in Mecca…

Details

Episode 001 – Mustafa Akyol – Reforms in Islamic World ala Luther or ala Locke

Islam and Liberty Podcast presents a lively discussion on topical issues around Islam, Society and Economy led by leading experts. The general orientation is towards intellectual dimensions of relationship between Islam and liberty with focus on religious, civil, political and economic liberties as understood in the Islamic discourse. This podcast is based on a webinar…

Details

6th International Islam and Liberty Conference: Building Islamic Foundations for Open Markets

6th International Islam and Liberty Conference Building Islamic Foundations for Open Markets Ali Salman Islam & Liberty Network organized its 6th international conference “Building an Islamic Case for Open Markets” in Islamabad with the support from the Iqbal Institute for Research & Dialogue (IRD) Islamabad. This article is based on the papers presented in this…

Details

The Socialist Sufi of Sindh: Social Justice and Radical Democracy in 17th Century Sindh

Raza Naeem from Pakistan presented a historical study on the historical figure of Sindh Sufi Shah Inayat (d. 1718) who lodged a struggle to bring collective farming as a socialist mode of production and mode of distribution in the era of feudalism. Raza considered Shah Inayat as a visionary having pre empted socialism whose experiment failed.

Read Full Article Here