Bosnian: Peace and the Limits of War: Transcending the Classical Conception of Jihad

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International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), Jan 1, 2018 - Religion - 62 pages
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In this book, Dr. Louay Safi provides a systematic analysis of the Qur’anic reference and the prophetic traditions on peace and war. He critically examines the views of classical and modern Islamic scholars in light of the original intent of the Shar’ah. While his views on this subject were articulated as early as 1988, his analysis continues to provide a balanced understanding of the most misunderstood concepts of Islam.

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Dr. Louay M. Safi has a PhD in Political Science and is currently Visiting Professor at George Washington University, USA, as well as President of the Association of Muslim Social Scientists. He serves on the board of several leading Muslim organizations and is former Director of Research at the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), as well as former Editor of the American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences (AJISS). (2003).

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