Papa Francesco ad Abu Dhabi, stavolta la notizia non sono i discorsi ma un documento. Genova-crollo-ponte-morandi-ira-sfollati-regione-vogliamo-rispetto-e4b0097c-b027-11e8-943d-6f0a93576229_amp. Rabbia, lacrime e fischi dalle tribune del Consiglio regionale a Genova.
A tre settimane dal crollo del ponte Morandi, la seduta congiunta dei consigli comunale e regionale sul tema è diventata teatro della prima contestazione nei confronti delle istituzioni locali da parte degli sfollati della zona rossa. E il dramma degli sfollati scatena anche la polemica tra il governo e le istituzioni locali, un botta e risposta tra Luigi Di Maio e Giovanni Toti che invita l'esecutivo a non esternare ma ad agire: «Se i soldi sono pochi, li aumenti». Tariq Ramadan a pu recevoir la visite de sa famille qui se dit inquiète de son état de santé. Le comité de soutien de Tariq Ramadan a annoncé sur page Facebook “Free Tariq Ramadan” que “le vendredi 16 mars 2018, après 45 jours de détention, Tariq Ramadan a enfin pu recevoir la visite de son épouse et de sa fille à l’unité pénitentiaire de la Salpétrière à Paris.
La famille s’est dite très inquiète de l’état de Tariq Ramadan. Les pathologies dont il souffre ont gravement évolué et son état de santé se révèle très préoccupant. Les conséquences de la détention se sont avérées dramatiques, au point que les médecins de la prison et de l’hôpital ont préféré le garder sous surveillance médicale à la Salpétrière.” Sur cette même page Facebook, le comité de soutien affirme “qu’il serait question que Tariq Ramadan réintègre la maison d’arrêt, malgré l’opposition du corps médical de la Salpétrière, et malgré la nécessité indiscutable de soins. Ayatollah Khamenei’s fatwa: Insulting the Mother of the Faithful Aisha is prohibited. Ayatollah Khamenei issued a decree wherein he prohibited insult towards Aisha, the wife of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), and any of the figures and symbols celebrated by Sunni brethren.
Cristianesimo e Islam, l'Intreccio Religioso e Secolare. Hijab, l'abbigliamento delle donne musulmane: islamico o culturale? 5 Things You Need To Know About Sharia Law. The legacy of the Crusades in contemporary Muslim world. It is always debatable whether the Crusades remain relevant in Arab political rhetoric.
Islamists in general believe that the Crusades are relevant because they resemble - in their minds - current Western and Israeli wars in our region. Many Islamists still label Western governments, and even Christians as a whole, as "Crusaders". As offensive as that sounds, it reflects a historical continuity on their part in analysing the "West".
Bernard Lewis thought that Muslims are too obsessed with the Crusades; Orientalists often complain that Arabs are too historical-minded. Historical hostility. The meaning and evolution of the word ‘Mosque’ There has been in recent times much confusion regarding the origin of the English word mosque.
The word mosque is a translation of the Arabic word masjid (مَسجِد). The word masjid in Arabic comes from the verb sajada (سَجَدَ) which means ‘to prostrate’, and a masjid is the place in which people prostrate. Etymology of the English word 'mosque' This etymology is incorrect.
The Spanish word for "mosquito" is mosquito and literally means “little fly”. This is a case where the English language borrowed the word directly from the Spanish. The Conference of Ulama in Grozny: the Reaction of the Islamic World. In August 29, the representative congress of Muslim scholars, entitled "World Islamic Conference “Who are they, the followers of the Sunnah” finished its work in Grozny (Chechen Republic).
More than 100 participants from 30 countries, especially from the Russian Federation, (almost all of them were muftiates, including the Mufti of occupied Crimea), as well as from Syria, Egypt, Libya, Kuwait, etc. have participated in the conference. The most representative delegation was from Egypt – it includes even supreme imam and Sheikh of the University "al-Azhar" Muhammad Ahmad al-Tayyib, its rector Ibrahim al-Gudgud, Mufti of the state Shawki Allyam and other important figures. Intervista di Amani Salama a Massimo Campanini: la disinformazione sull’Islam e sul Califfato. Gen 13, 2016.
Perché l’Islam non è il nemico. Transcript > Rethinking Reform. Rethinking Islamic Reform conference on behalf of Oxford University Islamic society.
SHAYKH HAMZA YUSUF HANSON: Bismillah al-Rahman Al-Rahim. Allahumma salli wa sallim 'alaa Sayyidina Muhammad wa ‘ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallim tasleeman katheera. Wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billah al ‘aliy al ‘adheem In the name of God, the merciful, the compassionate and peace and prayers be upon the prophets of God and upon our prophet Muhammad. Alhamdulilah. #00:16:25-9# Islam needs a restoration, not a reformation. Having been invited to speak in many debates and lectures about the question of whether there should be a reformation of Islam, I've observed that it is not a question that I or most Muslims raise, but one that is thrust upon us by others.
Generally, Muslims are well aware that there is no problem with Islam. I sapienti sunniti disconoscono Casa Saud - l'interferenza. LA PARALISI ARABA. New Islamic Directions - Imam Zaid Shakir. Articles. The Myth of the Caliphate. In 1924, Turkish leader Kemal Ataturk officially abolished the Ottoman caliphate. Today, most Western discussions of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), the extremist group that has declared a caliphate across much of Iraq and Syria, begin by referencing this event as if it were a profound turning point in Islamic history. Some contemporary Islamists think of it this way, too: there’s a reason, for example, that Lion Cub, the Muslim Brotherhood’s children’s publication, once awarded the “Jewish” “traitor” Ataturk multiple first prizes in its “Know the Enemies of Your Religion” contest. The caliphate’s more recent history under the Ottomans shows why the institution might be better thought of as a Your subscription includes: Full website and iPad access Magazine issues New!
Some Thoughts on Reforming Islam interpretations and Fighting Terrorism. Former Special Operations commander for the United States in the Middle East General Michael Nagata once said that he has just begun to understand ISIL’s appeal. “We have not defeated the idea. We do not even understand the idea”, he said in describing the current conditions of fighting ISIL. And Paris tells us that enough time was wasted since 9.11 to really figure out what is going on.
Only a real Islamic caliphate can stand up to the sham of ISIL. At eleven o’clock in the morning on the eleventh day of the eleventh month, guns across Europe fell silent. An assassination in Sarajevo that had turned into a grinding, grueling conflict was coming to a diplomatic close—but it was not over. For Americans, Nov. 11 is celebrated as Veteran’s Day, a time to honor the brave servicemen and women who have fought for our nation. Tesina - Mathilde Sion (752519) New Texts Out Now: Ahmed El Shamsy, The Canonization of Islamic Law: A Social and Intellectual History. Ahmed El Shamsy, The Canonization of Islamic Law: A Social and Intellectual History. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013. Jadaliyya (J): What made you write this book? No, the “Birmingham Quran” does not predate Muhammad. If you have followed the news over the last week, then there’s little doubt you may have seen some of the following headlines: Fragments of World’s Oldest Koran May Predate Muhammad Birmingham’s ancient Koran ‘could rewrite history of Islam’ Carbon dating suggest ‘world’s oldest’ Koran could be older than the Prophet Apparently this ancient Quran found in England is older than the Prophet Muhammed!
Well, does the Birmingham manuscript predate the lifetime of the Prophet? How Should Rationalists Deal with Dogmatism? The Case of the Birmingham Quran Pages. One of the reasons I do not to write about early Islamic history is that I find it very difficult to manage the constant clash of faith claims and appeals to empirical evidence. When it comes to religion in general, Islam in particular, and the origins of Islam even more specifically, scholars find it difficult to recognize how their non-rational commitments direct their reasoning.
Being able to set aside those commitments is even harder. Coran_authentique.pdf. PARLALEX - Archivio di legislazione comparata. La famiglia giuridica islamica.
La scuola Mutazilita MUTAZILITA La prima vera e propria scuola teologica, quella dei mutaziliti, sorta intorno alla metà del IX secolo, tentò per prima una grande mediazione e sintesi tra la visione islamica del mondo e l´apporto di altre tradizioni, in un ardito tentativo di inculturare la loro fede nella nuova epoca in cui vivevano. Tra le loro "cinque tesi", si può ricordare quella del rifiuto di considerare il Corano eterno e increato.La parola di Dio, in quanto sua azione operata verso l´esterno, non potrebbe partecipare alle caratteristiche proprie solo della divinità , tra cui appunto l´eternità. Ne discende il rifiuto degli antropomorfismi e l´interpretazione allegorica di vari passi del Corano. Una simile posizione venne ritenuta troppo intellettualista,capace di ridurre la divinità alla logica dell´uomo ,riducendone la sua assoluta trascendenza. Dopo essere stata per molto tempo emarginata essa è stata recuperata dal moderno riformismo islamico. – mcc43
L'ECOLE D'AHL - UL - BAYT: PREMIERE DES CINQ ECOLESJURIDIQUES MUSULMANES. Ayatollah%20Sayyed%20Ruhollah%20Khomeini%20-%20Discourse%20On%20Patience.pdf. KHOMEINI Greenbook.pdf. Muhammar GADDAFI Greenbook.pdf. Sayyed Qutb: A Profile from the Archives. [”A Profile from the Archives“ is a series published by Jadaliyya in both Arabic and English in cooperation with the Lebanese newspaper, Assafir. These profiles will feature iconic figures who left indelible marks in the politics and culture of the Middle East and North Africa. This profile was originally published in Arabic and was translated by Mazen Hakeem.] Hassan Al-Banna: A Profile from the Archives. [”A Profile from the Archives“ is a series published by Jadaliyya in both Arabic and English in cooperation with the Lebanese newspaper, Assafir.
These profiles will feature iconic figures who left indelible marks in the politics and culture of the Middle East and North Africa. Workers and Revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia - Status Hour.